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While the very mention of the word ‘Farting’ makes some of you cringe and cover your nose, you can’t ignore the sheer obviousness of the whole process. It is as natural as eating, drinking, sleeping & other daily habits you associate yourself with. Farting occurs mainly when air is trapped within your body. Air might be swallowed during eating or from intestinal gas and chemical reactions in the stomach. In hindsight, farting can be a good thing. Don’t think so?
Here are 6 reasons for you to believe that farting is actually wonderful and not as gross as you think it might be:
- The hydrogen sulphide present in the fart is poisonous and smelly, but if used in small amount, is known to be beneficial in the prevention of heart disorders and strokes.
- The smelling farts containing hydrogen sulphide, which is known to be useful for slowing down the ageing process
- Farting, openly and without inhibition, while being in a relationship can actually be considered as taking a step forward in terms of honesty and comfort in the relationship. If you can share the process with your other half without hesitation and can accept the pungency that comes with it, then the relationship is definitely working well.
- Farting can work as a self-defensive mechanism, as proved by recent researchers.
- Holding your fart for a long time might cause uncomfortable conditions, such as bloated bowel movements and haemorrhoids. No matter how much you hold them, the farts will release themselves once you’re relaxed, especially when you’re sleeping.
Bottom-line: Just let it go. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor.
Yesterday I went to a party and after dat I mess in n8 wd food poisoning. As if I am going to vomit. And today still the same issue I have. I have little loose motion also. My whole body had become weak. Pz help.
Dear Dr. Sir Mujhe Gas Ki wajh se bhut Jyada dikat hota hai jike chalte mere peth me bhut DARD Hota Hai Lagta Hai Ki Jan Nikl Jayegi Maine Ultrasound Kraya To Usme Fatty Liver Nikla. Haptey 1 Ya 2 Bar Pet Dard Gass Ke Karn Hota Hai Maftal SPSS aur DSR Khane Se 2 Ghanta Bad Aaram Milta Hai Mai Kya Kru Jis se mujhe Aaram mile plz?
Ulcerative colitis is a chronic inflammation of ulcers or open sores, in the innermost layer of the large intestine. It is a form of inflammatory bowel disease. Even though there is no absolute cause of ulcerative colitis, there are some possible factors such as genetics, infections and stress. It mostly seems to be hereditary in the sense that of the 10-30% people that have ulcerative colitis, most of them have one close family member with the same condition.
The main symptoms of ulcerative colitis are the following:
- Diarrhoea with blood and mucus
- Abdominal pain can range from mild discomfort to painful cramping
- Weight loss
Treatment of Ulcerative colitis: Even though conventional treatment such as corticosteroids and aminosalicylates are used to reduce inflammation, homeopathic treatment can help stop the bleeding and diarrhoea. A long-term remission is possible, and future attacks can be prevented by homeopathy.
Some of the common homeopathic ulcerative colitis remedies are:
- Argentum nitricum: This is used to relieve diarrhoea with mucus and blood, excessive gas; it is also used to treat anxiety that may arise from diarrhoea.
- Arsenicum album: This is used if the stool is foul smelling and frequent, especially at night, and there is a burning pain in the abdomen; fear of disease and death along with sudden chills is also treated by Arsenicum album.
- Mercurius corrosivus: This is used to treat haemorrhagic and ulcerative lesions, severely painful defecation and painful foul smelling diarrhoea with blood; it might be taken if the pain remains even after defecation.
- Nitricum acidum: This is used if there is diarrhoea with mucus and blood and stinging pains; it is also taken if there are chills coupled with irritable anxiety.
- Phosphorus: It is used to treat bloody and painless diarrhoea; it is also used to treat emotional oversensitivity to the feelings of others.
Hello Doctor. I am suffering from indigestion from 4 days and dysentery from 3 days. I can't sleep due to the stomach problem. The stomach sometimes pains and mostly feels unpleasant. Dysentery occurs 9 times a day. Vomiting occurred twice and after eating their is a urge to vomit it out. I ate burger and sandwich and after this this condition happened. It makes me feel weak and exhausted. I can't take it any more. Please help me out with it.
I am self employed. My weight is 102 and I am facing gas trouble often Pls help with some solution so that I can get relief.
Hi i am 52 years male patient of myasthenia gravis responding well to steroids and neuro medicine. Now suffering from recurrent diarrhea. Pus, rbc in stool, acidic reaction in stool, crp count more then 10. What might be the cause.
Hi sir, Nowadays I suffering from anal fissure. I taken treatment from local doctor. Now, constipation has been cleared but the pain after faeces are not stopping. What I need to follow.
My father-in-law (75) is having a lot of gas in the stomach. Could you please suggest some ayurvedic/homeopathic cure?
Hii doctor I am suffering from GERD diseases From last 15 day I am taking tab pantodac dsr but still I am not getting relief daily I am taking 2 tablets and also I am suffering from h.plyori infection last year that has been treated by taking pantocid hp kit.
Mujhe under bust ek hi point pe hamesha pain hota hai mujhe acidic pain feel hota hai kabhai kabhi ye pain halka hota hai lekin kabhi kabhi ye pain bahut tez hota hai kya ye without reason pain hai iska koi disease hai.
Doctor I am having a mild pain in the abdomen in lower left quadrant since two days I was having shelcal 500 for my lower back pain which my doctor prescribed me I am feeling like it is because of the tablet that I am having a pain type feeling Suggest me some tab with which I can relieve myself.
I have coleothesis 3 mm. In my G.bladder.during sleep at night I feel abdominal pain. Recently a few tiny sand like stones were observed under u.sonography in kidneys .it is also to mention you that my B.sugar fasting remains 100. don't take any medicine. Please help me out.
I am having an acidic problem from 2 days. It remains for 3-4 hrs. I feel acidic reflux and pain in stomach. I also have frequent urination with this. Can you please give me a solution for this. Thanking you.
Gallstones are actually hard deposits or lumps that are formed in the gallbladder. The gallbladder is a pear-shaped, a sac-like structure that is located in the upper-right part of the abdomen that stores bile. Many people have gallstones present in their bladder but they never know it. This can be an alarming situation for people who have it.
What Causes Gallstones?
There may be several reasons, including:
- Your genes
- Your weight
- Problems with your gallbladder
- Bile can be part of the problem. Your body needs bile, but if it has too much cholesterol in it, that makes gallstones more likely.
- It can also happen if your gallbladder can’t empty properly.
Who Is at Risk for Gallstones?
While your body produces cholesterol naturally, you can also take in excess cholesterol through your diet. Many risk factors for gallstones are related to diet. These include:
- Being overweight or obese
- Eating a diet that’s high in fat or cholesterol
- Rapid weight loss within a short period of time
- Eating diet that’s low in fiber
- Having diabetes mellitus
What are the treatments available for this?
- Surgery: One of the famous treatments include surgeries. The famous surgery is Cholecystectomy (Removal of the gallbladder) that further includes Laparoscopic surgery and Open cholecystectomy.
- Medications: The patients who cannot undergo surgeries can also use drugs like ursodiol and chenodiol. But this can take months or years to remove stones from the bladder.
You can reduce your risk of gallstones if you:
- Don't skip meals. Try to stick to your usual meal times each day. Skipping meals or fasting can increase the risk of gallstones.
- Lose weight slowly. If you need to lose weight, go slow. Rapid weight loss can increase the risk of gallstones. Aim to lose 1 or 2 pounds (about 0.5 to 1 kilogram) a week.
- Maintain a healthy weight. Obesity and being overweight increase the risk of gallstones. Work to achieve a healthy weight by reducing the number of calories you eat and increasing the amount of physical activity you get. Once you achieve a healthy weight, work to maintain that weight by continuing your healthy diet and continuing to exercise. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a gastroenterologist.