Bloating is right; passing gas and breaking wind is also polite. You can also “cut one” while your kids are “teasing”. And then there are the brutal puns that make us laugh: rectal acoustics, cheek clamps, fog cutters, and strangling a stink monkey. However you choose to call it intestinal gas, it occurs when air is swallowed and bacteria in the colon break down some undigested food. Sometimes that extra air comes out as puffiness; When it comes out in the southern part of the abdomen, the gas is called gas. You may be wondering about foods that cause gas.
10 You are allowed approximately 14 rips per day
Before you object too much, this is a normal number for most people. Maybe you like beans, Brussels sprouts, or bran—all known gas producers. However, more than 20 farts per day may be a sign of another GI problem, such as lactose intolerance, irritable bowel syndrome, or GERD. Here are some reasons why holding farts can be bad for your health.
9 Blame the smell of sulfur
What makes sulfur smell so bad? | Mental phone
Most of the gas you exhale is a mixture of odorless vapors like carbon dioxide, oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen, and sometimes methane. But when bacteria in the large intestine work on carbohydrates (such as sugar, starch, fiber) that are not digested in the small intestine or stomach, they also release small amounts of sulfur compounds. It smells a little bit a little bit. No doubt one of these fools will escape with the others. Here’s how to handle it when it hurts in public.