Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Craig Bradford has trapped wind

Hello, I'm Craig. Everyone knows that trapped wind can be an extremely painful problem.

That's why we've created this special page within the site to advise on the major causes on trapped wind as well as the symptoms, cures and ways to avoid trapped wind in the future. if you have any questions please contact us.

Trapped Wind is a condition that almost 90% of men, women, children, and babies will suffer from time to time. Intestinal gas is a very common occurrence, and the #1 reason for abdominal pain in most people. Along with having having this condition comes the psychological stigma, and overall embarrassment of talking to your health care provider about it. The good news is that this ailment is totally treatable, if you get to the root of what is causing the problem in the first place. The first step in doing this is paying close attention to your body, and recording how it reacts to ingesting various foods.
The foods we eat are the #1 reason for Trapped Wind, coupled with the air we swallow as we are eating our meal. Common foods that cause intestinal gas are peas, onions, nuts, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, beans, and certain dessicated fruits. These foods are high in cellulose and protein, which are not easily broken down by the digestive enzymes that are naturally present within our digestive systems. Eating late at night, or eating your food too rapidly are also common culprits of abdominal pain, says Craig Bradford. Keeping a log of these foods, and how they affect your body are key in getting this problem under control.
Other reasons for Trapped Wind are the fluids we drink on a daily basis. Beverages that are carbonated, fizzy or have a high sugar content are high contenders for causing intestinal gas. Being constipated for over a week at a time will result in a buildup of excess flatus. Also, wearing your clothes or belt too tightly around your waist can ensue in a proliferation of unwanted gas. You need not ever feel ashamed or intimidated about talking to your doctor about excess intestinal gas, because they are there to help you effectively treat bodily disorders.
If you ignore the symptoms, and hope they will go away on their on own, they will not. It is vitally important to seek medical attention, because the condition can be easily managed. If left untreated for long periods of time, a person could develop Gallbladder Diseases, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Volvulus, Chronic Constipation, or Crohn's Disease, among other conditions.
For immediate relief try drinking peppermint tea at each meal, until you can get medical attention. Suffering from abdominal pain brought on by Trapped Wind can be greatly reduced or alleviated altogether, when the proper steps are correctly followed, exclaims Craig Bradford.
Trapped Wind is when gas is stuck in your body, interjects Craig Bradford. Most people seem to think that when you have gas you can just push it out however getting rid of gas is not always that simple. Trapped wind can be very painful, excruciating, and at times debilitating.
There are some very common symptoms of trapped wind. These symptoms include and are not limited to bloating, pain in the abdominal area, pain in ribs, pain in chest pain in back. The causes of this predicament is usually the result of an improper diet. Foods high in fiber surprisingly are the culprits. Those foods are very healthy for you but unfortunately at times can cause great discomfort. Some other common culprits are antibiotics, carbonated beverages, dairy intolerance, and artificial additives.
There are some ways to decrease trapped wind attacks and minimize the discomfort of an attack. The first being do not eat while lying down. Do not eat at least an hour before bed. Do not eat foods that are hard for your body to digest. Minimize carbonated beverages if you can not stop drinking them all together. Drink lots of water on a regular basis says doctor Craig Bradford. Another is to limit the amount of high fat foods you eat as well. All of these will help prevent your digestive system from being sluggish while processing your food. Water will help keep your digestive system healthy and help any recurrence of trapped wind in the future.
In a nutshell having trapped wind is painful. A lot of people feel that they have more than others when it is not neccesarily the case. A lot of people are also to embarassed to seek help when they are suffering from trapped wind. First never be ashamed that you are in discomfort because of gas. There are some options that have been known to work in providing relief.
Craig Bradford says to eat smaller meals and chew food more thoroughly.Try some parsley it is known as a digestive aid to help with food absorption and digesting. Cut back on high protein foods. Chew a tiny piece of Ginger Root. Ginger root contains digestive enzymes and stimulates saliva production. As with most remedies please consult a doctor prior to using any remedy first.

Thanks Craig  Bradford