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  1. Kajisho
    Feb 13,  · You get aerophagia when you swallow so much air that it makes your stomach feel bloated and uncomfortable. Chewing gum can make it worse. Doctors often see aerophagia as a sign of other problems.
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  2. Zulkirisar
    May 03,  · Swallowing air may seem like a fairly innocuous human condition, but too much of it is a medically recognized disorder known as aerophagia. It can result in problems ranging from mild bloating to serious gastric distention. When people swallow air, discrete pockets are forced down the esophagus and digestive tract into the stomach.
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  3. Kegal
    Aug 21,  · The term usually refers to swallowing air subconsciously and at levels high enough to cause gastrointestinal problems. Most people swallow a little air when speaking, eating or drinking. But in cases of aerophagia, the amount of swallowed air is so large it can cause abdominal bloating, intestinal pain and excessive burping, belching or hiccups.
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  4. Faugul
    One possible cause of bloating and upper intestinal gas is swallowed air. It’s normal to swallow small amounts of air when drinking, eating and swallowing saliva, but in some people the amounts become large enough to cause problems. Most swallowed air is usually burped back out.
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  5. Tojadal
    Belching is a normal bodily function that occurs when too much air builds up in your stomach and needs to escape. It's commonly caused by swallowing air as you eat, but it's completely harmless. It can, however, be uncomfortable and annoying, so learning how to reduce how much air you swallow .
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  6. Tebei
    May 05,  · Carbonation essentially means that a drink is swirling with tiny air bubbles; thus, drinking soda is somewhat akin to swallowing air. A short time after drinking a carbonated beverage, air will build up in your stomach. This air must be expelled as gas in the form of a burp. You may need to wait a few minutes for the carbonation to take effect%().
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  7. Mejas
    Feb 13,  · You can reduce belching if you: Eat and drink slowly. Taking your time can help you swallow less air. Try to make meals relaxed occasions; eating when Avoid carbonated drinks and beer. They release carbon dioxide gas. Skip the gum and hard candy. When you .
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  8. Kazishicage
    May 12,  · Air swallowing is one of the most common symptoms associated with CPAP therapy for sleep apnea. It leads to bloating, unwanted gas causing burping and farting, and discomfort. This air in the stomach is sometimes called aerophagia, which literally means "air swallowing" or "air eating". 5  What causes this air swallowing to occur?
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