Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Devrom: Gas Remedy

There are a number of gas remedies. They can vary from simple treatments that can be completed at home to the use of FDA approved medicine. For occasional uneasiness, consider using some old home gas remedies like a cup of ginger ale or tea from an herb with carminative effects.  

Carminative refers to a substance that expels gas from the stomach or intestines so as to relieve flatulence or abdominal pain or distension.

Ginger ale is very common to come by in grocery stores and commonly used for bloating. 

Cinnamon tea can be made mixing a few drops of cinnamon powder into a cup of hot water. Cinnamon powder is typically accessible in the spice section in many grocery stores. 

Ginger tea is a gas remedy that can be made by steaming a few dense slices of ginger root in water. Mint tea, another gas remedy, can be made from fresh mint leaves if they are available.

People who experience regular upset stomach and gas but do not have serious medical conditions, ought to choose to include mint or ginger tea into their daily diet as a gas remedy. This might prevent stomach upset and gas and also treat it when it happens.  If you do not enjoy tea, a simple over the counter antacid may be the right gas remedy.

Stomach gas can also be produced by a number of foods and beverages. Processed foods, fried foods, and foods that are high in fat can cause stomach gas pain. By adding more fiber to your diet, reducing the amount of fried, fatty, and process foods can be a gas remedy itself. Drinking too much coffee or alcoholic beverages may also cause problems with the stomach. 
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Devrom® Medicine for Gas

Medicine for gas acts in the stomach and intestines to scatter and reduce the formation of trapped gas bubbles.  Embarrassment is a key reason people seek treatment, but excess gas can also be a cause of painful bloating and cramps. Typically you first identify and remove dietary sources of excess gas production, but there are also many types of medicine for gas.

One type of medicine for gas is a non-prescription drug that uses enzymes to treat gas. Alpha-galactosidase enzymes help break down compound carbohydrates such as those found in beans. These enzymes are can either be taken alone or in combination with many other products. According to the American Family Physician, people using these enzymes had substantial improvement in gas reduction.

Another medicine for gas would be antacids. Antacids allow individuals to bring the gas upward through the mouth, as a belch, instead of the rectum.  Some believe charcoal is also a medicine for gas. Charcoal tablets taken by mouth before meals often have mixed results in their ability to reduce the volume of gas in the intestine. 

Charcoal ingested can absorb micronutrients and is not recommended for all people. Charcoal undergarment pads and seat cushions are also some external charcoal devices that also have mixed results and are used to absorb odor caused by gas.

Simethicone, another gas medicine, lowers the surface tension of gas bubbles allowing it to escape via mouth or rectum. The combination of simethicone and loperamide hcl (active ingredient in Immodium) is a good  method to reducing gas and bloating related with diarrhea.

Antibiotics can be used to treat intestinal bacterial overgrowth.  This bacteria may play a role in the gas production.   In some cases, antibiotic use has been charged with contributing to excess gas. 
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