Friday, July 28, 2017
Gas can collect in some part of the digestive tract if it isn’t passed easily. Swallowed air can enter the stomach from chewing gum, drinking fast, carbonated drinks, and possibly sucking on hard candy. You release quite a bit of swallowed air through belching. Your body may have trouble digesting certain foods, such as beans and starches. Some people have an absence of the enzyme lactase in their small intestine, leading to challenges in digesting lactose, the sugar found in dairy products. Eating and drinking dairy products cause uncomfortable cramps, gas, and diarrhea.
Most gas relief medicine is over the counter medicines. Some gas relief medicines contain simethicone. Simethicone acts on gas bubbles in the digestive tract to reduce formation of bubbles therefore reducing bloating and allowing you to discharge it through belching. Some gas relief medicines contains enzymes that help you digest mainly beans and vegetables. This, in turn, eases intestinal gas. If you are lactose intolerant, a lactase enzyme supplement will help you digest dairy products. Activated charcoal tables are advertised as a gas relief medicine but evidence is not conclusive.
When the intestinal tract or stomach is full of gas, it can be released by “breaking wind” or belching. Persistent gas can cause pain in the abdomen and possibly chest. Gas relief medicine can help with this and other problems.
Gas relief medicine acts in the stomach and intestines to dissolve and diminish the development of trapped gas bubbles. Gas relief medicine can come in both tablet and liquid form. Gas relief can come in the form of relief of the odor from gas. In this case, Devrom® (internal deodorant) tablets and capsules are an inexpensive option to safely and effectively deodorize offensive smelly intestinal gas quickly and discreetly.