Stomach Pain After Eating - Methods of Relieving Bloating After Eating!

Added 15/6/2012

Do you experience stomach pain after eating? No matter what you eat, big or small? It just seems to be inevitable that at the end of the meal you are going to be uncomfortable and cranky? When your stomach bloats up it really is an abominable feeling. It can feel like your stomach has grown twice your size just because you ate a modest dinner. There are a lot of reasons why some people have sensitive stomachs that cause bloating after eating, ranging from IBS (Irritable bowel syndrome) all the way to eating TOO healthy (excess fiber can cause bloating while being digested). Whatever the problem is, it's an annoying problem and if you are like me you are likely desperate for a solution. While there is no cure all for stomach pain after eating, there are a few known solutions that can help ease the pain.

So without Further Ado, here is how to get rid of a Bloated Stomach

Carefully Monitor what you Eat:

The first thing you should be doing is to monitor what you are eating. Really try and pay attention - even go as far as taking notes as to what gives you stomach pains after eating and what does not. If it seems like everything gives you stomach pains than try and stray from what you normally eat until you figure out what doesn't. Once you figure out what the problem is, the solution is as easy as staying away from those foods.

See a Doctor:

The most important thing to is see a doctor as soon as possible. It is impossible to truly figure out what the problem is without talking to a physician. There are home remedies that may help alleviate some of stomach pain, however, if you ever truly want to be rid of the bloating, schedule an appointment today

Peppermint Tea:

Extremely beneficial for both your health, and digestion, Piping hot Peppermint Tea can work wonders on your bloated stomach. The pain relieving effects will be present in either hot or cold tea, however, you will see much more results in a freshly brewed cup.

These next 2 go hand in hand so pay attention closely!

Avoid Overly Salty Foods!

Salt/Sodium helps to retain water in your body making you feel extra bloated

Drink More Water!

When you are bloated after eating the last thing that you want to do is put more of anything in your body, much less water, however, water can often help to cleanse your body of nasty toxins and occasionally even help to push out any fecal matter caught in your intestines.

Get up and Moving

I know as well as you do that when you're stomach fills like it's going to explode the last thing that you want to do is to work out... But you just have to.. do some abdominal exercises and get your metabolism going so that you can hurry up and digest whatever it is that is causing the pain.

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