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FREQUENT BURPING (eructation)

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AYURVEDA PERSPECTIVE ON FREQUENT BURPING

>Introduction Everyone burps from time to time. Despite it being somewhat embarrassing, most people don't give burping a second thought. Have you ever stopped to think what your burps might be trying to tell you? Ayurveda has.

A single burp after a meal is considered normal in Ayurveda, a sign that your stomach is at capacity and it's time to stop eating. Burping may be considered impolite in western society, but it compliments the chef in China or India. There, it also implies satisfaction. What about abnormal burps? In this article, you will learn the most common causes of burping, what it means digestively, plus, how to banish troublesome burps for good!

What is a Burp Anyways?

Before going further, let's take a look at what a burp actually is and how it is occurs in the body. A burp is the release of gas from digestive tract through the mouth. Usually, the gas comes from the stomach. The peculiar noise you hear while belching is a vibration of the upper esophageal sphincter. As the air passes through the esophagus, it creates a rippling effect at this location, producing the familiar sound.

A series of coordinated movements facilitates a burp. First, the larynx lifts and seals shut, preventing any food or liquid entering the lungs. You wouldn't want to drown during a burp, would you? Next, all the valves open up to allow the air to escape. Specifically, the upper and lower esophageal sphincters relax so air can pass freely from the stomach to the esophagus, and from the esophagus out of the mouth. During a burp, the diaphragm descends which puts pressure on abdominal organs and literally squeezes the burp out.

Why Do you Burp?

Burping tends to occur at the end of a meal. As your stomach starts to fill up, pressure starts to build. Any air in your stomach starts to feel less and less comfortable. Finally, one more bite triggers a burp. Most people are grateful for the extra space once the burp exits, because they can eat more tasty food. Plus, burping feels good. However, a burp towards the end of a meal is your Ayurvedic cue to stop eating - it's a sign your stomach is almost full.

Your gut can comfortable accommodate only 1 cup of air at a time (though it can hold nine or more cups). You might burp more frequently while exercising as movement massages your digestive organs, dislodging this trapped air and moving stagnant foods.

In most instances, the air pocket in your stomach comes from swallowing air (aerophagia) while eating. As you chew, you swallow the air down. Towards the end of the meal, back up it comes. Babies frequently swallow air that causes uncomfortable pressure. They should be burped to release the pressure.

Carbonated beverages are another frequent culprit. You swallow the fizzy beverage, and it releases the air in your stomach.

Sometimes bacteria generate the air pocket in your stomach by fermenting food in your gut. When food (specifically undigested carbohydrates) sits too long in your upper GI, opportunistic bacteria start to feed on your food, and proliferate. The process of fermentation generates air bubbles.

When your stomach or esophagus is in pain, you may have an urge to burp. But this is a phantom burp because the cause has nothing to do with air pressure building up in your stomach. This is why people with acid reflux, gastritis, and ulcers tend to burp, to get rid of the painful feeling. Even a subjective feeling of emptiness in the stomach can make you want to burp.

Nausea makes a person want to burp too. The release of pressure from the stomach briefly relieves the symptoms of nausea. A variety of conditions from esophageal cancer to vagus nerve disorders can also trigger phantom burping.

If the gas forms in the upper GI, it will be released through the mouth, known as a burp. If the gas forms in the lower GI, it will be eliminated through the anus, better known as a fart. Even restrictive clothing can cause you to burp - a tight fitting belt puts pressure on the abdomen and it causes gas to move upwards.

Burping may seem pretty innocuous, but burping becomes problematic if it's frequent, or if it's a sign of a more serious disorder.

Summary of Burp Inducing Imbalances

Pathological burping is generally associated with slow, heavy digestion or delayed gastric emptying (gastroparesis).

When food sits too long, the bacteria in the digestive tract begin to breakdown the stagnant food, a process of fermentation. These bacteria release carbon dioxide much the same as you and I when we breathe. These gas molecules released by the bacteria begin to collect and build pressure in the upper GI tract.

Food sits in the upper GI for a long time if there is too much mucus (stagnant Kapha type), or if digestion is too weak due to insufficient enzymes (deficient Vata type). This type burping only occurs in debilitated clients whose digestion is very weak. Pain and nausea in the GI is associated with the 3rd type (fiery Pitta type). The 4th type is associated with neurological and degenerative disorders, often Vata in nature. Of these types, burping is most commonly associated with excess mucus and high Kapha.

The Smell of a Burp

In Ayurveda, the smell of a burp can help reveal the root cause or imbalance in the digestive system. A normal burp should not have a foul smell. A burp that smells like the last meal you ate means the meal is still sitting in your intestines. It means that your food has not been digested yet.

A moldy smell is a result of sluggish Kapha digestion (manda agni). A rotten smell indicates the cause is Vata indigestion (vishamagni), and that the food has become rotten.

Burps with a sour or metallic smell can be a sign of acid reflux or fast, Pitta type digestion (tiksnagni). If the burp smells foul, that is a sign of advanced fermentation.

A Heavy, Sluggish Stomach

As discussed, the most common digestive imbalance that contributes to frequent burping is a build up excess mucus in the stomach and sluggish Kapha digestion. Excess mucus blocks the action of acids and enzymes in the gut, causing the food to sit too long. This type of burping normally happens as a result of eating too many rich, heavy Kapha aggravating foods such as wheat and dairy.

Sluggish Kapha type burping is often associated with a tired, sluggish feeling after every meal. A person who experiences it regularly may also have a slow metabolism, or a slightly sluggish thyroid. Sometimes, the mucus in the stomach (kledaka kapha) is so thick, gooey, slimy, and sticky that the mucus acts like a fly catcher for gas in the stomach, absorbing and trapping the air, making it difficult to release. When this happens, aromatic and pungent herbs like cinnamon and cardamom are needed to break up the thick mucus.

Wave Goodbye to Embarrassing Burps

So now you know a little bit more about burping, let's take a look at some of the ways that you can wave goodbye to embarrassing burps.

To clear food stagnation and lighten the load on a heavy, sluggish stomach with excess mucus, try Joyful Belly's custom formula Mint Belly Bliss Tea.

A blend of pungent and aromatic herbs, it dissolves excess mucus and helps propel food through the digestive tract, giving it less time to ferment and lead to unwanted gas. It boosts digestive strength (agni) by encouraging circulation to digestive organs. Instead of that uncomfortable heavy, sluggish sensation in the stomach, you'll feel light, refreshed and energized.

Avoid Rich Foods

Avoid overindulging on rich heavy foods to reduce stagnation and fermentation in the GI tract. Also, learn how to recognize the difference between true and false hunger. By understanding the biological signs of true hunger, you are less likely to overeat. Learning how to slow down and eat mindfully will also prevent overeating and reduce the amount of air swallowed during a meal.

Pulverize Mucus

To reduce this type of frequent burping, pulverize the thick mucus in which the air becomes trapped using aromatic spices. Aromatic herbs and spices, like mint, lemon balm, and cardamom in particular, are known to dry and destroy mucus. They also help relax the muscles of the intestines which release the trapped gas.

Pungent spices, like cayenne and black pepper, or the digestive formula trikatu are effective at flushing mucus. The pungent taste starts to thin the mucus layer, so the trapped air can be released. One of Ayurveda's most praised classic remedies for warming the digestive tract and destroying excess mucus is hing, also known as asafoetida.

Dry a "Soggy" Stomach

The bitter taste is also effective in this type of burping. Bitter substances have a stimulating effect in the body - stimulating metabolism, the release of bile, and also stimulating peristalsis. Peristalsis is the involuntary contraction of smooth muscles in the digestive tract that push both fecal matter and gas out of the body.

The bitter taste is drying and can help dry out excess soggy mucus in the stomach that is bogging down digestion. Some examples of bitter taste are cooked kale and arugula. Bitter orange peel is known as one of the best herbs to clear stomach stagnation as it is highly aromatic and bitter. Foods that are high in insoluble fiber, such as celery and beans, can be added to the diet. The roughage will help scrape out accumulated mucus. A kitchari cleanse may also be appropriate to clear stagnant food from the digestive tract.

Indigestion

If burping is due to weak digestion (Vata type), focus on eating easy to digest foods and avoiding difficult to digest foods. Be sure you are well hydrated before your meal by drinking a glass of warm ginger tea with a pinch of salt and a wedge of lime.

Inflammation, Pain & Nausea

If burping is due to GI inflammation, pain, and nausea, focus on the underlying causes. Avoid irritating foods like coffee, alcohol, vinegar, tomatoes and spicy food. Instead, favor bitter (red leaf lettuce), astringent (hibiscus, raspberry tea), and demulcent foods (oatmeal, okra).

Conclusion

Burping is a natural urge that should not be ignored or suppressed. Deliberately preventing the urge to burp aggravates Vata dosha and causes pressure buildup in the abdomen and can confuse the nervous system of the gut. Most of the time, burping is not cause for concern, and is a result of swallowing air. This can be rectified by chewing food correctly and slowing down while eating and talking. Excessive or frequent burping can be a sign of a much more significant digestive imbalance that usually requires dietary adjustments.

If you have excess mucus, avoid overeating heavy, rich foods that lead to mucus production, food stagnation and increased burping. If you have weak digestion, focus on easy to digest foods and avoid difficult to digest foods and stay well hydrated. Soon you will be free of excessive burping. Instead of feeling heavy and sluggish with bad breath, you will feel light and fresh again.

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DISCLAIMER: The pathogenesis of each person's condition is unique, and so the diet must be fit to the individual and the unique root causes of the condition in your body. The information on this page is for educational purposes only and should not be used to treat a medical condition. It is not a substitute for medical care. Please check with your doctor before making any changes to your health and wellness routine.

Balance Your Body with Diet, Herbs, & Lifestyles Having These Biocharacteristics

Everything you eat has an effect on your body, which Ayurveda categorizes in a simple and easy way, using biocharacteristics (gunas). Biocharacteristics are qualities (like cold and hot) that describe the effect a food or herb has on your body. Cooling foods like cucumber, decrease metabolism. Heating foods like chili pepper, stimulate your body and increase metabolism. For 'Frequent Burping', you should select foods with the following biocharacteristics. Individual results will vary, based on your body type and the root cause of your imbalance.

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EASY

ABOUT EASY BIOCHARACTERISTIC

Easy refers to anything easy to digest, or digests quickly.

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LIGHT

ABOUT LIGHT BIOCHARACTERISTIC

Lightness is identified by reduced weight.

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PUNGENT

ABOUT PUNGENT BIOCHARACTERISTIC

Pungency is characterized by irritation, or sharp, spicy foods that irritate the mouth such as black pepper.

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Appetizer

APPETIZER

Herbs that cleanse the palate & stimulate hunger or desire to eat.

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Carminative

CARMINATIVE

Stimulates the release of gas. Helpful for bloating or cramping abdominal pain. Propels food downward. Carminatives typically expel gas by relaxing the muscles of the intestines.

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Digestive

DIGESTIVE

Herbs that encourage healthy digestion.

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Stomachic

STOMACHIC

An herb that increases appetite or settles a nauseas or nervous stomach. These generally increase the digestive fire, therefore relieving symptoms of sluggish or difficult digestion.

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Mucolytic

MUCOLYTIC

An herb that breaks apart mucus, liquefying the mucus.

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Antispasmodic

ANTISPASMODIC

Herbs that reduce or inhibit muscle spasms or cramping, such as in asthma, menstruation, hear palpitations, migraine, or IBS.

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Aromatic

AROMATIC

Herbs or spices with volatile essential oils that present strong aromas. Aromatic oils shock, refresh and numb tissue, with the end result of relaxing, opening and clearing stagnant fluids in tissues.

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HOW TO ADDRESS ISSUES IN STAGE OF DISEASE #1

FREQUENT BURPING IS IN STAGE OF DISEASE #1 - AFFECTING DIGESTION

If you have symptoms in this category, your body is sending you a warning sign. Since digestion is so metabolically intensive and sensitive to stress and emotions, the earliest warning signs of imbalance usually appear in the digestive tract first. You may have gas and bloating, for example, or acid reflux. Ayurveda recommends paying careful, close attention to warning signs. They indicate that an imbalance is starting to accumulate. Correct these warning signs before they accumulate further and weaken your body's resistance. This is usually accomplished by removing diet and lifestyle habits that aggravate your imbalanced doshas and biocharacteristics.

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AVOID DIETS, LIFESTYLES & HERBS THAT AGGRAVATE THESE EFFECTS

According to Ayurveda, one or more of the following doshas and biocharacteristics may aggravate 'Frequent Burping'. If you have an excess of one of these doshas or biocharacteristics below, Ayurveda recommends reducing foods and lifestyle habits that aggravate them. Click on the biocharacteristic to learn what foods and lifestyle habits should be reduced.

Symptoms Tell A Story

The first step to healing is learning patterns from your symptoms. Symptoms are clues that reveal underlying imbalances. Symptoms show you where your body is weakened. Ultimately, all disease has a root in tissues too weak to defend itself. Ayurveda describes these patterns of weakness using doshas & biocharacteristics. If you notice a biocharacteristic or dosha appears next to many of your symptoms, it helps you establish a pattern that may be systemic.
BIOCHARACTERISTICFOODS TO AVOIDDO YOU HAVE THIS IMBALANCE?
VATA
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KAPHA
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DIFFICULT

ABOUT DIFFICULT BIOCHARACTERISTIC

Difficult refers to anything that is difficult to digest, or takes a long time to digest.

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HEAVY

ABOUT HEAVY BIOCHARACTERISTIC

Heavy is identified by sedation, sluggishness, or increased weight.

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GOOEY

ABOUT GOOEY BIOCHARACTERISTIC

Gooey is identified by anything gelatinous (such as oatmeal), or by mucus congestion.

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OILY

ABOUT OILY BIOCHARACTERISTIC

In Ayurveda, oily refers to anything moistening. More specifically, oily refers to building substances that increases fat, or are themselves fatty. For example, sugar is Oily.

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SWEET

ABOUT SWEET BIOCHARACTERISTIC

Sweet refers to anything builds tissue, including macronutrients such as carbohydrates, proteins and fats.

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RELATED SYMPTOMS & HABITS

The following symptoms & habits may be related to 'Frequent Burping'. See your quiz results for a computerized assessment of your body type. Please click on the symptoms below to learn more about them.

Biocharacteristics of 8,672 People Reporting Frequent Burping

On average the biocharacteristics of people reporting Frequent Burping were less aggravated than 53% of other symptoms. From the 8,672 people who reported Frequent Burping in this research study of 74,671 individuals, average deviation in biocharacteristic levels were the following:

BIOCHARACTERISTIC

AVG CLIENT LEVEL %

%CASES (#)

#IMBALANCE

Difficult Sign
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98.5%
39.6% (3,430)
8,532 have Difficult constitution
Heavy Sign
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72.2%
29.7% (2,579)
9,738 have Heavy constitution
Vata Sign
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60.3%
33.7% (2,923)
11,554 have Vata constitution
Dry
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57.5%
26.1% (2,262)
9,009 have Dry constitution
Astringent
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54.4%
20.8% (1,801)
8,068 have Astringent constitution
Kapha Sign
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52.4%
32.3% (2,804)
12,745 have Kapha constitution
Light
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48.8%
22.8% (1,975)
9,391 have Light constitution
Sour
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48.0%
22.3% (1,934)
7,528 have Sour constitution
Pungent
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44.8%
20.7% (1,794)
6,802 have Pungent constitution
Hot
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41.7%
21.7% (1,881)
7,949 have Hot constitution
Oily Aggravates
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39.7%
24.1% (2,091)
9,587 have Oily constitution
Bitter
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39.0%
23.3% (2,022)
8,626 have Bitter constitution
Toxic
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38.6%
28.5% (2,475)
7,099 have Toxic constitution
Sweet Aggravates
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38.6%
26.7% (2,315)
9,650 have Sweet constitution
Salty
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37.8%
25.4% (2,207)
7,179 have Salty constitution
Pitta
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33.4%
27.7% (2,405)
10,540 have Pitta constitution
Gooey Aggravates
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27.1%
16.6% (1,438)
7,069 have Gooey constitution
Cold
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26.4%
21.1% (1,832)
8,107 have Cold constitution

Risk Factors of Frequent Burping

Below you will see general risk factors as well as the greatest risk factors, i.e. those who were also more likely to report Frequent Burping. Overall, 23.91% of people surveyed in this research study reported Frequent Burping.

SYMPTOM (Cases)

Cases With Both

% Reporting This

Increase from 23.91%

Review These Common Risk Factors

Feel underweight (2358)
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659
27.9%
20% more often
Feel overweight (25362)
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5499
21.7%
10% less often
Hyperactive, quick (19615)
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2593
13.2%
40% less often
Fatigue / tired (16721)
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4352
26%
10% more often
Male (1336)
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401
30%
30% more often
Female (26227)
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6085
23.2%
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Burping relieves stomach pain (3413)
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2071
60.7%
150% more often
Frequent Hiccup (2477)
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1140
46%
90% more often
Even liquid foods aggravate abdominal pain (1126)
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494
43.9%
80% more often
Vomiting (1149)
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488
42.5%
80% more often
Recurrent Vomiting (817)
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324
39.7%
70% more often
Solid foods aggravate abdominal pain (1417)
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559
39.4%
60% more often
Intestinal Obstruction (352)
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133
37.8%
60% more often
Hyperacidity (4450)
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1679
37.7%
60% more often
Hiatal Hernia (1911)
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717
37.5%
60% more often
Burning abdominal pain (2301)
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862
37.5%
60% more often
Gastritis (5279)
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1968
37.3%
60% more often
Abdominal pain relieved by eating (1562)
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580
37.1%
60% more often
Abdominal pain continuous (1145)
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421
36.8%
50% more often
Pain wakes you up at night (1604)
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589
36.7%
50% more often
Pain in testicles (251)
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92
36.7%
50% more often
Acid Reflux (10057)
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3614
35.9%
50% more often
Guarding area of pain (886)
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318
35.9%
50% more often
Duodenal Ulcer (373)
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132
35.4%
50% more often
Frequent Nausea (5021)
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1770
35.3%
50% more often
Short Bowel Syndrome (201)
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71
35.3%
50% more often
H pylori infection (1025)
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362
35.3%
50% more often
Pancreatic Insufficiency (545)
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192
35.2%
50% more often
Intestinal colic / spasm / cramping (5234)
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1827
34.9%
50% more often
Anal Spasm (1145)
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400
34.9%
50% more often
Pain with sense of fullness (4736)
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1629
34.4%
40% more often
Abdominal pain worse after eating (3850)
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1319
34.3%
40% more often
Large amounts of mucus (2491)
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855
34.3%
40% more often
Pain above belly button (4330)
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1480
34.2%
40% more often
Pain left upper abdomen (3172)
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1083
34.1%
40% more often
Stomach Ulcer (1449)
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493
34%
40% more often
Location of abdominal pain moves (5432)
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1849
34%
40% more often
Difficulty Swallowing (2999)
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1019
34%
40% more often
Pain relieved by cold (374)
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127
34%
40% more often
Pain right upper abdomen (3670)
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1244
33.9%
40% more often
Cardiac Insufficiency (139)
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47
Small number of cases
33.8%
40% more often
Tickle in nose (3451)
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1167
33.8%
40% more often
Gallbladder Inflammation (1070)
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361
33.7%
40% more often
Burning / painful urination (1010)
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339
33.6%
40% more often
Blood or pus in mucus (462)
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155
33.5%
40% more often
Crohn's Disease (341)
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114
33.4%
40% more often
Pain around belly button (2663)
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887
33.3%
40% more often
Eat when abdomen painful (2767)
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921
33.3%
40% more often
Prolapsed colon (272)
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90
33.1%
40% more often
Liver Sore (883)
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292
33.1%
40% more often
Chronic cough (1911)
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633
33.1%
40% more often
Many bubbles after urinating (1033)
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342
33.1%
40% more often
Pain relieved by arching / twisting (2938)
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971
33%
40% more often
Carbuncle (209)
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69
33%
40% more often
Pancreatitis (498)
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164
32.9%
40% more often
Indigestion / Upset stomach (15960)
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5241
32.8%
40% more often
Tongue frothy on edges (739)
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242
32.7%
40% more often
Pain sudden onset (3992)
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1307
32.7%
40% more often
Tight/tense abdomen (2454)
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802
32.7%
40% more often
Gray Stool (528)
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172
32.6%
40% more often
Foul taste on tongue (3794)
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1233
32.5%
40% more often
Pain relieved by pressure (2280)
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742
32.5%
40% more often
Lump in throat (2115)
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688
32.5%
40% more often
Intestinal Perforation (142)
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46
Small number of cases
32.4%
40% more often
Non-healing sore / ulcer (816)
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264
32.4%
40% more often
Food Poisoning (1032)
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334
32.4%
40% more often
Tooth ache (2997)
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970
32.4%
40% more often
Difficulty expectorating (1399)
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452
32.3%
40% more often
Malabsorption (4275)
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1379
32.3%
40% more often
Emphysema (124)
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40
Small number of cases
32.3%
40% more often
Nut allergy (960)
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309
32.2%
30% more often
Hoarse Voice (4563)
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1471
32.2%
30% more often
Discomfort in abdomen (10315)
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3324
32.2%
30% more often
Sour Taste in Mouth (2940)
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948
32.2%
30% more often
Wheezing (2488)
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800
32.2%
30% more often
Painful rash (516)
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166
32.2%
30% more often
Morning Sickness (1146)
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368
32.1%
30% more often
Green mucus (1730)
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555
32.1%
30% more often
Cough with mucus / wet cough (3294)
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1055
32%
30% more often
Strong abdominal pulse (2630)
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837
31.8%
30% more often
Tongue deviates to right/left (484)
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154
31.8%
30% more often
Pain relieved by doubling over (2537)
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808
31.8%
30% more often
Weakness / Debility (3964)
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1256
31.7%
30% more often
Pretend Eating / Playing with Food (461)
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146
31.7%
30% more often
Neuralgia (784)
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248
31.6%
30% more often
Fruits Cause Gas (2764)
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873
31.6%
30% more often
Metallic Taste in Mouth (3927)
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1237
31.5%
30% more often
Recent weight loss (1516)
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477
31.5%
30% more often
White mucus (4086)
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1287
31.5%
30% more often
Gastrointestinal Bleeding (555)
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174
31.4%
30% more often
Intermittent abdominal pain (6963)
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2186
31.4%
30% more often
Blisters (609)
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191
31.4%
30% more often
Lungs Irritated / Inflamed (1038)
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326
31.4%
30% more often
Peanut allergy (788)
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247
31.3%
30% more often
Chronic Infection (1413)
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442
31.3%
30% more often
Fever (Current) (294)
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92
31.3%
30% more often
Sticky saliva (2391)
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749
31.3%
30% more often
Frequent urge to defecate (2843)
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891
31.3%
30% more often
Chest Pain (2589)
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811
31.3%
30% more often
Shaky / Jitters (4508)
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1410
31.3%
30% more often
Sore eye muscles (2328)
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729
31.3%
30% more often

Complications of Those Reporting Frequent Burping

In this research study, people who report Frequent Burping were likely to report the following:

REPORTS

CASES WITH BOTH

INCREASE

%

NORMALLY

Burping relieves stomach pain
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2071
+2.9 times
24%
8.22% (3,413 cases)
Prolonged bleeding when cut (Poor clotting)
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388
+2.3 times
4%
1.74% (1,259 cases)
Vomiting
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488
+2.1 times
6%
2.82% (1,149 cases)
Frequent Hiccup
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1140
+2.0 times
13%
6.43% (2,477 cases)
Recurrent Vomiting
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324
+2.0 times
4%
2.03% (817 cases)
Slow, heavy digestion
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3865
+2.0 times
45%
22.89% (21,898 cases)
Even liquid foods aggravate abdominal pain
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494
+2.0 times
6%
3.06% (1,126 cases)
Bluish / Purple Tongue
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139
+1.9 times
2%
1.04% (472 cases)
Painful menstruation & menstrual cramps
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3436
+1.9 times
40%
21.59% (13,471 cases)
Anal Spasm
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400
+1.7 times
5%
2.91% (1,145 cases)
Hyperacidity
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1679
+1.7 times
19%
11.19% (4,450 cases)
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Guarding area of pain
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318
+1.7 times
4%
2.38% (886 cases)
Abdominal pain relieved by eating
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580
+1.7 times
7%
4.17% (1,562 cases)
Burning abdominal pain
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862
+1.7 times
10%
5.97% (2,301 cases)
Pain wakes you up at night
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589
+1.7 times
7%
4.18% (1,604 cases)
Gastritis
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1968
+1.7 times
23%
13.86% (5,279 cases)
Stomach Ulcer
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493
+1.6 times
6%
3.67% (1,449 cases)
Abdominal surgery
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364
+1.6 times
4%
2.47% (1,336 cases)
Abdominal pain continuous
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421
+1.6 times
5%
3.09% (1,145 cases)
Acid Reflux
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3614
+1.6 times
42%
25.96% (10,057 cases)
Solid foods aggravate abdominal pain
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559
+1.6 times
6%
3.75% (1,417 cases)
Frequent Nausea
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1770
+1.6 times
20%
12.57% (5,021 cases)
Tongue deviates to right/left
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154
+1.6 times
2%
1.26% (484 cases)
Hiatal Hernia
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717
+1.6 times
8%
5.05% (1,911 cases)
Intestinal colic / spasm / cramping
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1827
+1.6 times
21%
13.28% (5,234 cases)
Difficulty Swallowing
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1019
+1.6 times
12%
7.64% (2,999 cases)
Nut allergy
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309
+1.6 times
4%
2.56% (960 cases)
Pain above belly button
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1480
+1.6 times
17%
10.91% (4,330 cases)
Pain with sense of fullness
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1629
+1.5 times
19%
12.26% (4,736 cases)
Pancreatitis
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164
+1.5 times
2%
1.3% (498 cases)
Location of abdominal pain moves
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1849
+1.5 times
21%
13.68% (5,432 cases)
Tongue frothy on edges
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242
+1.5 times
3%
1.96% (739 cases)
Gas, irregular digestion
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7700
+1.5 times
89%
58.32% (47,247 cases)
Pain relieved by pressure
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742
+1.5 times
9%
5.91% (2,280 cases)
Pain sudden onset
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1307
+1.5 times
15%
9.9% (3,992 cases)
Sour Taste in Mouth
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948
+1.5 times
11%
7.33% (2,940 cases)
Food Poisoning
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334
+1.5 times
4%
2.68% (1,032 cases)
Sweet taste on tongue
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394
+1.5 times
5%
3.36% (1,286 cases)
Abdominal pain worse after eating
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1319
+1.5 times
15%
10.09% (3,850 cases)
Recent weight loss
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477
+1.5 times
6%
4.04% (1,516 cases)
Intermittent abdominal pain
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2186
+1.5 times
25%
16.93% (6,963 cases)
Peanut allergy
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247
+1.5 times
3%
2.05% (788 cases)
Pain left upper abdomen
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1083
+1.5 times
12%
8.2% (3,172 cases)
Feel underweight
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659
+1.5 times
8%
5.47% (2,358 cases)
Exercising after eating too much
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653
+1.5 times
8%
5.47% (2,548 cases)
Strong abdominal pulse
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837
+1.5 times
10%
6.85% (2,630 cases)
Restricting Food Intake
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3587
+1.5 times
41%
28.12% (15,613 cases)
Tooth ache
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970
+1.5 times
11%
7.57% (2,997 cases)
Pain relieved by doubling over
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808
+1.5 times
9%
6.2% (2,537 cases)
Pain right upper abdomen
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1244
+1.5 times
14%
9.65% (3,670 cases)
Dilated Pupil
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155
+1.4 times
2%
1.38% (518 cases)
Ringworm
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222
+1.4 times
3%
2.07% (712 cases)
Exercise aggravates symptoms
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1365
+1.4 times
16%
11.1% (5,106 cases)
Yellow bump on eye
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140
+1.4 times
2%
1.39% (535 cases)
Tooth Infection
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489
+1.4 times
6%
4.17% (1,644 cases)
Sharp abdominal pain
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1703
+1.4 times
20%
13.92% (5,537 cases)
Indigestion / Upset stomach
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5241
+1.4 times
60%
41.81% (15,960 cases)
Pain around belly button
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887
+1.4 times
10%
6.98% (2,663 cases)
Gout
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133
+1.4 times
2%
1.4% (451 cases)
H pylori infection
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362
+1.4 times
4%
2.8% (1,025 cases)
Hyperthyroid
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224
+1.4 times
3%
2.1% (780 cases)
Hoarse Voice
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1471
+1.4 times
17%
11.92% (4,563 cases)
Foul taste on tongue
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1233
+1.4 times
14%
9.82% (3,794 cases)
Gallstones / Attack
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575
+1.4 times
7%
4.95% (1,914 cases)
Dull ache in abdomen
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1545
+1.4 times
18%
12.73% (5,023 cases)
Discomfort in abdomen
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3324
+1.4 times
38%
26.92% (10,315 cases)
Sticky saliva
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749
+1.4 times
9%
6.38% (2,391 cases)
Pain relieved by arching / twisting
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971
+1.4 times
11%
7.81% (2,938 cases)
Lungs Irritated / Inflamed
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326
+1.4 times
4%
2.86% (1,038 cases)
Fruits Cause Gas
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873
+1.4 times
10%
7.15% (2,764 cases)
Gurgling Noises
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4326
+1.4 times
50%
35.87% (13,930 cases)
Shortness of Breath
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1973
+1.4 times
23%
16.54% (6,434 cases)
Discolored Tooth
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1186
+1.4 times
14%
10.07% (4,009 cases)
Ulcerative Colitis
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153
+1.4 times
2%
1.44% (568 cases)
Malabsorption
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1379
+1.4 times
16%
11.52% (4,275 cases)
Irregular/small appetite
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2897
+1.4 times
33%
23.81% (20,509 cases)
Large amounts of mucus
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855
+1.4 times
10%
7.22% (2,491 cases)
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
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2802
+1.4 times
32%
23.16% (9,239 cases)
Clammy Skin
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830
+1.4 times
10%
7.24% (2,812 cases)
Difficulty expectorating
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452
+1.4 times
5%
3.62% (1,399 cases)
Poor diet
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2941
+1.4 times
34%
24.63% (11,384 cases)
Sores inside mouth
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1459
+1.4 times
17%
12.32% (4,704 cases)
Gallbladder Inflammation
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361
+1.4 times
4%
2.9% (1,070 cases)
Pain relieved by pooping
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2747
+1.4 times
32%
23.29% (9,034 cases)
Strong hunger
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4653
+1.4 times
54%
39.61% (31,540 cases)
Pain left lower abdomen
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1348
+1.4 times
16%
11.74% (4,442 cases)
Metallic Taste in Mouth
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1237
+1.4 times
14%
10.29% (3,927 cases)
Pain relieved by heat
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1114
+1.4 times
13%
9.59% (3,723 cases)
Exercising as punishment
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557
+1.4 times
6%
4.43% (2,175 cases)
Stole food or money to buy food
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312
+1.4 times
4%
2.96% (1,041 cases)
Pretend Eating / Playing with Food
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146
+1.4 times
2%
1.48% (461 cases)
Artificial sweeteners
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2000
+1.3 times
23%
17.04% (8,589 cases)
Bad breath
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3025
+1.3 times
35%
25.96% (10,654 cases)
Intestinal Worms / Parasites / Protozoa / Bacteria
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483
+1.3 times
6%
4.46% (1,615 cases)
Abdominal pain relieved by rest
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1212
+1.3 times
14%
10.41% (4,012 cases)
Blood or pus in mucus
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155
+1.3 times
2%
1.49% (462 cases)
Sore eye muscles
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729
+1.3 times
8%
5.97% (2,328 cases)
Intestine lumpy / like a rope
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503
+1.3 times
6%
4.48% (1,615 cases)
Dry Mouth / Tongue
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3322
+1.3 times
38%
28.4% (11,458 cases)
Sores on tongue
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658
+1.3 times
8%
5.98% (2,144 cases)
Anal Itching
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2593
+1.3 times
30%
22.43% (8,715 cases)

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John Immel, the founder of Joyful Belly, teaches people how to have a healthy diet and lifestyle with Ayurveda biocharacteristics. His approach to Ayurveda is clinical, yet exudes an ease which many find enjoyable and insightful. John also directs Joyful Belly's School of Ayurveda, offering professional clinical training in Ayurveda for over 15 years.

John's interest in Ayurveda and specialization in digestive tract pathology was inspired by a complex digestive disorder acquired from years of international travel, as well as public service work in South Asia. John's commitment to the detailed study of digestive disorders reflects his zeal to get down to the roots of the problem. His hope and belief in the capacity of each & every client to improve their quality of life is nothing short of a personal passion. John's creativity in the kitchen and delight in cooking for others comes from his family oriented upbringing. In addition to his certification in Ayurveda, John holds a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Harvard University.

John enjoys sharing Ayurveda within the context of his Catholic roots, and finds Ayurveda gives him an opportunity to participate in the healing mission of the Church. Jesus expressed God's love by feeding and healing the sick. That kindness is the fundamental ministry of Ayurveda as well. Outside of work, John enjoys spending time with his wife and 7 kids, and pursuing his love of theology, philosophy, and language.

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