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Rumbles and grumbles in your belly? How about gas or even pain? Bloating is a condition where your belly feels full and tight, often due to excessive gas production. Sometimes it can be due to a chronic medical condition, such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or leaky gut syndrome. The professionals at Natural Radiance have solutions for you that work with your body to heal itself.
Abdominal bloating occurs when the gastrointestinal (GI) tract is filled with air or gas. Most people describe bloating as feeling full, tight, or swollen in the abdomen. Your abdomen may also be swollen (distended), hard, and painful. Bloating is often accompanied by:
Abdominal bloating can interfere with your ability to work and participate in social or recreational activities. Bloating is common among both adults and children.
Gas and air
Gas is the most common cause of bloating, especially after eating. Gas builds up in the digestive tract when undigested food gets broken down or when you swallow air. Everyone swallows air when they eat or drink. But some people can swallow more than others. But more commonly, the gut itself produces gas during the digestive process. You may be sensitive to certain foods and your body will react badly. Eating the wrong foods is as bad as the way you eat them. Eating disorders can contribute to bloating symptoms.
For these cases, A Holistic Nutrition consultation may be very helpful. Your nutritionist may recommend a gut cleansing protocol which may include IV Therapy. Similarly, there are certain peptide treatments that will help your digestive system heal. These cleanses effectively resets the digestive system and prepares it for recovery and proper absorption and motility.
Among many other medical causes, hormone imbalances may inhibit proper digestion of foods. Natural Radiance can easily identify these hormonal imbalances, offer hormone replacement therapy, and get your gut performing as it should.
Call for a private consultation at Natural Radiance so we can evaluate the underlying cause of the bloating and develop an effective treatment plan for you.