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23 years old BURPING since last 3 years - Root causes & how to overcome it, with Specific Diet & Exercises. Do's & Don'ts.

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Dear Lybrate user, Greetings of the day. Burping is a sign of lots of gases accumulated in the stomach due to following reasons: 1. Indigestion 2. Overeating 3. Eating too much of pulses, sprouts and raw vegetables and salads 4. Poor quantity of ghee and oil in the diet 5. Constipation etc. Treatment: 1. Avoid raw vegetables and salads and sprouts 2. Control quantity of pulses 3. Don't overeat. Eat meal lighter to digest like cooked food, rice roti. 4. Eat 1/4 the quantity less than you need to fill up the stomach. 5. Home remedy: Take 1 glass of hot water. Squeeze one forth medium sized lemon in it. Put salt and sugar to taste. And put 2 pinches of dried ginger powder. This drink help in relieving burps, if taken before food or when the trouble is there. 6. Take a walk for at least 30 min. A day. All the best and have a nice day.
Frequent burping may indicate that you are swallowing too much air, or it may indicate the presence of a more serious problem such as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), peptic ulcer disease, gastroparesis or gastritis, or H Pylori infection. You need to see the food what you are taking. Do exercise daily, avoid spicy, heavy and junk food, avoid alcohol and smoking (if you do) eat salads and sprouts, papaya to reduce gastric problem. Don't be empty stomach, because it will cause acidity which leads to burping. We have good homeopathic medicines, both for reducing burping and acidity, but for that we need to take whole case taking, so that appropriate treatment gets started.
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