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Boehringer Ingelheim Dulcogas 18sachets - for quick relief from bloating
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The Dulcogas® is an innovative and easy to use product that comes to offer quick relief from a very common problem: bloating and the trapped gases.
The Dulcogas® contains: 125 mg simethicone, which is not absorbed and has an excellent safety profile. It has fast action, it is suitable for all population groups and for children over 6 years. It can also be used by those suffering from constipation or irritable bowel syndrome.
For more information consult the pharmacist or doctor.
Bloating; Trapped gases? flatulence?
Not something serious, but certainly very annoying!
The flatulence usually perceived by the feeling of swollen or swollen abdomen, manifested in unusual amount of gas, belching, stomach cramps, heartburn or pain. It is a fairly common disorder of gastrointestinal, often strongly affects both the psychology and social life. Essentially, the inflation caused by entrapped gases that lead to abdominal discomfort. Especially when not treated immediately, can cause intense abdominal pains and sleep disturbances, if observed during night. Recent studies in Greece and abroad indicate that bloating and flatulence afflict:
Up to 30% of the adult population 1
The effect is twice as common in gynaikes1
69% suffering from dyskoiliotita3
Up to 70% suffering from irritable bowel syndrome 2
 Azpiroz F, Malagelada JR. Abdominal bloating. Gastroenterology 129 (3), 1060 - 1078 (2005) [R08-2147]
 N. Viazis et al. Prevalence of irritable bowel syndrome in the Greek general population. Hellenic Foundation of Gastroenterology and Nutrition, Greece, Nov. 2009
 George V. Papatheodoridis, Ioannis Karaitianos et al, Severity of symptoms, quality of life and attitudes towards treatment in greek adults with constipation, Hellenic Foundation of Gastroenterology & Nutrition, Aug, 2009
What caused it ?
The stress of everyday life and the fast pace of life are causes that contribute to poor nutrition and rough. The consumption of specific foods may cause fermentation of sugars and cellulose in the intestine, resulting in the formation of gases such as nitrogen, methane and carbon dioxide.
Finally, occasional constipation or even irritable bowel syndrome (SE) may be hidden behind the formation of gas in the stomach.
Some foods, such as fiber, legumes, fruits and cooked vegetables help in the smooth functioning of the gastrointestinal system.
How to avoid?
Chew slowly and thoroughly
Reduce carbonated beverages and soft drinks, especially during lunch
Reduce dairy products, as well as intolerance to these foods may increase intestinal gas
Avoid artichokes, cabbage, radish and generally legumes
Do not smoke
Avoid chewing gum
A walk 15 minutes after a meal, you can help you get rid of bloating and flatulence.
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