16 Quick Home Remedies To Prevent Belching

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Do you recollect sitting in an important business lunch and right in the middle of your magnificent pitch, your body lets out an embarrassing sound? Silence ensues. A natural response of your body’s digestive tract to expelling excess air, belching can be embarrassing.

Belching is a common occurrence, not a medical condition that one has to be concerned about. Without belching, the gas in the stomach would spread to other parts of the abdomen, causing cramps and aches. While this is a natural reaction to gas in the body, belching can land you in awkward social situations.

Given below are 16 quick and effective home remedies for belching to prevent a social faux pas:

Home Remedies for Belching

1. Fennel:

Fennel seeds are a good remedy for belching. Fennel seeds aid in digestion of food and are commonly offered after meals for good digestion. Chew half a teaspoon of fennel seeds after meals to prevent belching.

2. Ginger:

Ginger is a home remedy used for to cure a variety of ailments including diarrhoea and nausea. Chew a small piece of ginger, drink a cup of ginger tea or suck on ginger candy to prevent belching. Crush ginger, add a dash of lemon juice and a teaspoon of honey to a glass of warm water and drink the mixture to prevent belching.

3. Peppermint:

Peppermint is a good cure for belching. Peppermint tea soothes the intestinal muscles and reduces the spasmodic movement of bowels to prevent belching. Add a teaspoon of dried peppermint leaves to a cup of water, boil the mixture and drink about half hour after a meal to prevent belching.

4. Baking Soda: 

Baking soda is an effective home remedy for belching. Drink a glass of water mixed with two teaspoons of baking soda to control belching.

5. Papaya: 

Eat a bowl of chopped papaya to control belching. Papaya contains the enzyme Papain, which aids in the digestion process and prevents the formation of gas inside the stomach. No gas, no belching!

6. Lemon Juice:

Lemon, like ginger, is excellent for the digestive process. Mix a teaspoon full of lemon juice with half a teaspoon baking soda in a cup of water. Drink the solution about ten minutes after a meal. A glass of water with lime juice and apple cider vinegar after each meal also prevents the formation of gas in the digestive tract.

7. Cumin: 

Roast equal quantities of cumin, celery seeds, and fennel seeds. Consume the mixture once it is cool. Drink a glass of warm water after you chew the mixture. This should help control belching and prevent the formation of gas.

8. Cardamom: 

Belching is caused due to muscle spasms in the digestive tract. Cardamom can help control the spasms and prevent belching. This home remedy prevents the production of excess digestive fluid, thus aiding the digestive process. Gently remove skin and chew on a pod of cardamom after each meal to prevent belching.

9. Clove: 

Cloves are an excellent home remedy for belching. Cloves soothe the digestive system and suppress the production of gas. Chew a clove after each meal to prevent belching. Cloves can also prevent nausea.

10. Yogurt: 

Ever wondered why the people living in the southern part of India love their yogurt? Yogurt contains cultures of the Lactobacillus bulgaricus bacteria that helps the digestion process, soothes irritable bowels, and prevents belching.

11. Milk: 

Another drink that helps the digestive process is milk. Warm or cold, milk relaxes the muscles of the stomach and eases burping. A large glass of milk is replete with all the good sorts of bacteria, which are great for the digestive process.

12. Fizzy Respite: 

If you find that you have a case of the burps and no fizzy drink at hand, you can make your own! Simply mix a little lemon juice to a concoction of water and baking soda. You can drink it even after belching has made its presence felt. It clears the stomach of all the gas much faster.

13. Tea Treatment: 

Warm water of any kind is good to remove excess gas from the stomach. And if this warm water is in the form of tea, all the better! Teas of the fruity or green variety aid digestion and absorption of minerals too.

14. Slow It Down: 

Remember that saying “chew each mouthful thirty-two times for all thirty-two teeth”? Proper chewing doesn’t just make it easier for your stomach to break down food matter, but it also prevents large amounts of air from entering the mouth while chewing. Also, follow other popular sayings such as “don’t talk with your mouth full” and “eat slowly” – these age-old advices will help you keep belching at bay.

15. Change Your Diet: 

The excess gas in your body is due to an unhealthy diet. So ensure that you get a lot of milk products and steamed, leafy vegetables in every meal. As for foods to avoid, it is preferable not to make a habit of consuming aerated drinks and whipped cream. Also, the “no smoking” rule applies to this ailment as well.

16. Change Your Clothes: 

If you are in the habit of continually wearing tight clothes, you constrict the normal space allowed for optimal functioning of the digestive system. This makes way for burp attacks.

These are few of the best belching home remedies that will help keep belching at bay, especially when you have company! Try them for they do work!

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