Fart – 10 Essential Reasons Why you pass Loud Gas As You Wake Up

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When you wake up in the morning do you hear loud window banging fart of your partner from the loo, I am sure they must have heard too. Though it is not unusual to pass gas in the morning, but if it’s a new relationship, it’s a very awkward and uncomfortable situation. The sound gets so embarrassing and there is no way out you can hold it. The smelly fart sometimes comes along with the poop. You even pass gas when you are sleeping. An average person releases fart 12 to 20 times a day. 

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Waking up with a ballooned stomach is not a good feeling. This even makes you feel you are not peaceful while you sleep or something is wrong in your body. The fact is when you wake up and tear a big one, it doesn’t mean there is something wrong. Gas in the digestive system is very normal. Bloating or flatulence can also be a result of a food allergy or constipation or irritable bowel syndrome or even stress. 

What is a Fart?

Farts or air build-up mainly comprises fermentation gases such as oxygen, some amount of hydrogen, nitrogen, methane, and oxygen. The air builds up because of eating food, chewing, and swallowing and later gets released from the body in the form of a gas or burp. It is the release of stomach gases, which is a part of the digestion process. Although the gases are without any smell, in some cases, they are extremely smelly because of certain food, medication, seasonings, and supplements. While farting is a normal part of the human experience, excessive or painful gas may indicate some issue in the body.

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Farting can be inconvenient, but it’s a usual and natural process. They are healthy for your system. But when you release the gas along with excessive pain, this may imply some underlying health condition. A person can’t stop releasing gas completely, but one can reduce it by making some changes in the lifestyle and food habits. So, if you fart a lot, here are some possible reasons which make you extra gassy. 

1.Eat slowly and chew properly:

When we eat too fast and don’t chew it properly, a lot of air gets swallowed inside. This produces gas in the system. They can increase issues such as acid reflux and heartburn. Therefore, it is important to eat slowly and so that a small amount of air is swallowed. 

2 Avoid wearing tight clothes:

Tight clothes put pressure on your stomach and the food doesn’t get digested properly. Comfortable clothes allow the gas to move easily from your system and also ease out bloating.

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3 Food allergy:

A common cause of fart can be sensitivity towards various food items. Some people are lactose intolerant or have an allergic reaction due to caffeine or gluten. This can result in farting and can also cause extreme bloating. 

4. Don’t chew gums:

A common habit which most of us have to keep our breath fresh and eradicate any smell from the mouth. When you chew gums, you constantly swallow air, which causes fart. 

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5. Food items:

There are certain food items such as beans, lentils, corn, soft drinks, artificial sweetener, fiber-rich food, etc. that can cause gas in the body.  You don’t have to limit your diet. But be aware, that they can also be the reason behind your farts. See, after a while, you know what suits you or what doesn’t.

6. Drinking carbonated drinks:

Drinks with soda comprise air fizzes or bubbles. People who drink carbonated drinks on regular basis tend to fart and burp more. 

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7. Constipation:

If you have constipation, this can result in bloating and flatulence. If the poop remains in the colon for a longer duration, it will start to ferment. This produces a foul smell. 

8. Stop smoking:

When you smoke, you swallow more air causing farts.            

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9. Drink plenty of water:

Keeping yourself hydrated will help you fight constipation. Water also decreases the amount of gas your body produces. 

10. Take a walk after your meals:

The best way to digest your food is by taking a small walk or some stretches after your meals. This will improve your digestive system and will reduce flatulence.

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Any information on the website My blog adda is not proposed as a substitute for medical assistance. Always consult your doctor in case of any medical diagnosis or cure. 



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