No matter how hard we try to be careful, we just can’t avoid these unpleasant moments of feeling bloated. While some get this feeling occasionally, others sadly have this feeling all the time. For the latter unfortunate ones, here’s some reasons why they are feeling bloated all the time.
You eat too fast
We’re all live in a hurry now and that leaves us wolfing down our meals. However, while eating so fast, you're also swallowing gas-producing air, which balloons your belly.
You drink through a straw
Nowadays all drinks are designed to be sipped through a straw, yet as great as straws are, they also make you suck in lots of extra air, and that could lead to a bloated stomach.
You choose diet or low-calorie products
While you may be thinking that you’re making the right thing and going for low-calorie products, but the low or no calories come at a cost. As artificial sugars such as aspartame and sucralose have been added to everything from diet beverages to gum and candy which could cause your stomach to be bloated.
You can't give up your soda habit
You know that tiny bubbles that give soda and sparkling water that bubbly sensation? Well, it turns out that these bad boys also cause your stomach to swell. Diet soda is an even worse belly bloater since artificial sweeteners can't be digested.
You chew gum or suck on candy
Gum and hard candy keep your mouth occupied, which can help you lose weight or quit smoking. But they too cause you to gulp lots of excess air.
You eat dinner too close to bedtime
Eating dinner within an hour or two of hitting the sack, will end up being a morning muffin top. As if you hit the bed with food in your stomach, it won't be broken down as quickly, leaving you bloated.
So to avoid this unpleasant feeling of bloated stomach, just pay attention to your eating habits.