To be bloated is not the sexiest thing for women, not to mention that your abdomen won’t be plat anymore if your body is full of gas. You will not only feel fat because of the bloating but you will also look like you gained several kilograms. In order for you not to feel constantly like this, you have to avoid the ingredients that make you feel bad and create a discomfort in your body.
Here are some tricks for you that will help you treat or prevent bloating:
- Aliments that contain potassium – potassium is very good in adjusting the level of fluids from your body to prevent bloating. The aliments that are good to be consumed are bananas, mango, spinach, tomatoes, nuts and asparagus. Asparagus is also diuretic.
- Mouth close – you cannot notice but you swallow air every time you chew gum, drink with the straw, smoke and talk while eating. This air gives bloating.
- Don’t eat carbs in the night – avoid as much as you can to eat processed carbs as white bread and pasta, especially in the night. Carbs contribute to liquid retention.
- Stay away from gas drinks – the gas that these drinks contain will bloat you for the next hours.
- Don’t count on sweeteners – Many people cannot process easy the artificial sweeteners and they become having problems with bloating.
- Get ready for premenstrual symptoms – don’t forget to take enough calcium and magnesium before the menstrual period to avoid bloating.
- Apply pressure – for you to take out the gases, make yourself an abdominal massage. Press with your fingers near the right balance, climb on the ribs and then go in the opposite direction and get down, with a circular motion.
- Eat dill – add fresh dill to every meal
- Take probiotics – probiotics help you get rid of bloating. Many women who suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (abdominal pains, bloating, constipation and diarrhea) saw an improvement after they took probiotic B for 4 weeks.
- Do exercises – fight against this affection by walking every day for 15-20 minutes, this way the food will move along the digestive tract.