Aerophagia and Excessive Burping - Aerophagia (air swallowing, excessive or constant burping) is defined as a condition when a person swallows too much air. This air is usually goes to the stomach. People with Aerophagia are believed to have excessive belches due to air swallowing. You probably also heard terms like constant or excessive belching or burping. These conditions are closely related to aerophagia but not necessarily caused by it.
Hiatal Hernia as a cause of belching, shortness of breath, chest and back pain. Hiatal Hernia relation to acid reflux and heartburn. - The diaphragm is a flat sheet of muscle tissue that separates your chest from your abdomen. Normally, all your stomach organs are below the diaphragm. To reach your stomach, your esophagus, or "food pipe," travels down through the center of your chest and through an opening in the diaphragm. This opening is called the hiatus...
Remedies to stop excessive burping and belching caused by stress or heartburn - Release of air (also called burping or belching) is a natural reaction of our body to an excessive air in the stomach. This can happen with or without heartburn. Usually some burping is normal and expected (as far as you keep it polite) but sometimes due to reasons like stress, greasy food, etc. it can become very frequent, loud and inconvenient. Below are several advices on how to take it under control or even make it disappear.
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