What causes bloating?
Bloating of the stomach is not caused by excess weight; here are the 3 types of bloating you need to know about.
Gut flora imbalance
The ‘inflated belly’ is the kind of bloating that gets visibly worse as the day progresses. Usually caused by an intestinal flora imbalance or lazy gut syndrome.
Bloating of the lower belly can be triggered by a monotonous diet, recently giving birth or overexertion during exercise.
Excessive stress, unhealthy eating, frequently missing meals and consuming excessive caffeine can cause this type of bloating.
How to recognise bloating
Bloating is rarely unaccompanied, and one or more of the following symptoms will usually make an appearance during your day.
Bloating puts immense pressure on the gut and surrounding organs. Moderate to severe bellyaches and physical sensitivity should be expected.
Occasional diarrhea due to imbalanced bacteria in the small intestine, can increase gas production, further affecting bloating levels.
Nausea & Heartburn
A swollen gut feels full and ressurized, often fueling the sensation of acid-reflux.
How to Prevent Bloating
Believe it or not, bloating is not “just one of those things”. You can live free of this repetitive condition!
Enterogermina® scans the gut for intestinal flora imbalance and delivers two billion good bacteria to help with both the condition, and its associated symptoms.
How can Bacillus clausii help you solve your gut problems?
Bacillus clausii is a unique type of spore-forming good bacteria that works to rebalance the intestine. When consumed regularly (or as advised by a HCP), it can help relieve different conditions associated to gut discomfort.
Learn how different daily triggers could be contributing to intestinal discomfort, and how a good probiotic can be the companion you never knew you needed!