Solutions for menopause gas. Simple lifestyle changes to improve digestion and decrease bloating.
It's estimated that between 60 and 75% of the population is allergic to dairy.
As women age, they tend to have more stomach issues. This is due to the overuse of antibiotics, white flours, and white sugars that cause imbalances in the gut.
First of all, see if you are allergic to dairy. Avoid dairy for 14 to 21 days.
If you're allergic to dairy, you'll have gas, diarrhea, constipation, and possibly irritability, headaches, and anxiety.
What are good dairy substitutes?
Rice milk or almond milk are good substitutes.
Probiotics and digestive enzymes are important.
Increase green leafy vegetable intake. This will help with your calcium intake.
Supplementing with vitamin D may also be a good idea.
Bloating is pressure or fullness in the abdomen.
Bloating is usually the result of gas or water retention. This is a common experience among menopausal women.
Hormone imbalances and especially estrogen imbalance is a common cause.
Other common causes...
How do you diminish bloating?
Take digestive enzymes and probiotics.
Pay attention to foods that cause bloating. Eat a diet high in fiber. Take fish oil.
Reduce stress by meditating or doing yoga. Avoid carbonated beverages.
Bioidentical hormone treatment may also be a solution.
Here are a couple tips for natural ways to deal with a bloated stomach.
Your menopause gas may have to do with your diet.
Stick to whole foods and organic foods as much as possible. Stay away from processed foods and drink a lot of water.
Mild bloating is often the result of lifestyle factors, such as a stress and diet.
However, if your menopause gas is chronic, this could be do to an underlying hormonal imbalance.
Women may also experience more severe bloating during perimenopause and menopause as a result of water retention, intestinal gas, or a decreased bile production.
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Probiotic supplements are basically good bacteria that help crowd out the bad bacteria in the intestinal tract acting as a barrier of protection against infection causing organisms