Do you have bloating? Here are the triggers! Ylli Merja recommends the best medicinal plants that can help

In the “Herbs and Health” column on the morning show “Rreze Dielli” on Report TV, we talked about bloating with the medical plant specialist Ylli Merja. What are the main causes that affect abdominal swelling, how can we prevent them and the medicinal plants that help us to treat this problem.

Everyone in our life has felt the feeling of bloating at least once. In addition to the unsightly aesthetic appearance, this sensation creates discomfort and discomfort in the body. Feeling bloated after a large meal is more normal, but if bloating becomes common and becomes chronic, then we need to understand the causes of this problem.

According to the medical plant specialist Ylli Merja, knowing the causes that lead us to bloating is the first step for prevention as well as starting a treatment to cure this problem.

The causes of abdominal and intestinal bloating are:

· Swallowing air while chewing

· Not chewing food well

· Indigestion of the stomach (food remains heavy…)

· Excess in feeding

· Foods that release gas

· The presence of parasites in the intestine

· Stress disrupts the brain-gut connection

In addition to the above-mentioned causes, bloating can be an indicator of some other problems in the body or diseases such as:

· Food intolerance

· When the person has abdominal bloating and white stools

· Bloating is accompanied by pain and constipation

· When we have irritated bowels and frequent bloody stools

· When during 7 days a person defecates 2-3 times a week

· When we have bloating, body itching and headaches

Herbal medicine specialist Ylli Merja gives some tips on how to avoid bloating:

· Calm the nerves during feeding, avoid stress

· Chew food with your mouth closed

· Consume 1-2 cloves of garlic in the morning

· Do not overfill the stomach

· Drink water during the day 1.5 – 2 liters of water

· Use mint, fennel, ginger, basil

· Use apple cider vinegar or baking soda as a solvent

· Add plant seeds, spices, teas to the diet

· Walk every day for 45-60 minutes

Merja also recommended the best plants, which help in dealing with this problem, such as:

· Basil and mint – ease digestion and improve liver function

· Dill, fennel, parsley, celery – ease digestion, contain potassium and help with excretion

· Maysilli herb – improves and cures the large intestine

· Bishtamithi flowers, vidhi bark – improve the physiological state of the entire digestive system

· Chamomile, bee herb – remove gas from the intestines

· Kiwi, plums, blueberries, raspberries, figs – contain potassium and promote bowel movement

· Garlic, wild pomegranate bark – fight intestinal parasites

· A glass of water with ginger, honey and a little soda will ease digestion

Of course, a good diet and a healthy lifestyle should not be forgotten./

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