Bloated stomach

Ursache erkennen und loswerden

Autor:Jan Wellermann Jan Wellermann (Medical journalist)
Last updated:01.09.2021

Dear reader,

In this article we dedicate ourselves in a well-known scientific, evidence-based and holistic way to the topic of “bloated stomach ” (medical meteorism).

A bloated stomach is caused by the accumulation of gas in the colon . [1]

In this article we clarify the following questions:

  • why? What are the real ones causes for a bloated stomach?
  • How is created a bloated stomach at all?
  • What are the Symptome a bloated stomach?
  • What to do? How can I get a bloat Get rid of?

Bloat: The Causes

Our experience clearly shows that the most common cause for a bloated stomach is a – mostly undiscovered – infestation with intestinal parasites .

After a treatment with a so-called parasite treatment According to our documentation, in all cases a significant improvement occurs.[2] Most of the time, the bloated stomach even disappears completely.[3]

Take a look at some of our documented cases now :

You can quickly determine whether parasites could be the cause of the bloated stomach , find out easily and from home.

To do this, carry out the free parasite test of the non-profit Swiss association “Parasite Free”:

The pathogenesis: how parasites cause bloating

intestinal parasites produce gases. [4] These accumulate in the Bowel and eventually lead to a bloated stomach. [5] That is why the bloated stomach belongs next to permanent tiredness and cravings are the main symptoms of one Parasite infestation . [6]

Constant fatigue: In addition to bloating, another symptom of parasite infestation

Important NOTE

The gases that parasites secrete are anything but harmless . These are toxic sulfur compounds that damage the intestinal wall . [7] So a bloated stomach not just a cosmetic problem , but a disease symptom , which the cause must be treated.

In addition to toxic gases, parasites also release environmental toxins into the intestine. [8] These inhibit the peristalsis of the intestine, paralyze it So in a way. After many years this leads to a poop belly (coll. “Beer belly”). This means that the excrement builds up in the intestine and the stomach hardens . [9] up to 15kg feces accumulate in the intestines. [10]

Not beavers, but feces deposits in the intestines are responsible for this type of belly

Parasites also promote “negative” Intestinal bacteria . [11] These in turn reduce beneficial intestinal bacteria. [12] As a result, the food in the colon can no longer are sufficiently decomposed and fermentation processes occur. [13]

Through their activity in the body parasites cause various symptoms . We have put together a list with all symptoms for you in our specialist article “Parasites: Symptoms in humans” :

Other possible causes of a bloated stomach

  • Eating while running / eating too fast [14]
  • Food intolerance (e.g. gluten or lactose) [15]
  • Extremely high fiber diet [16]

Bloating: The Symptoms

The main symptom of bloating is a bloated stomach . For those affected it feels as if there is air in the stomach . Often the bloated belly only develops during the day. It is usually most pronounced in the evening .

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The reason that the stomach puffs up every evening and after eating is that the parasite activity at these times is on the The highlight is. In the morning and before meals this is at its lowest point. That is why the stomach is usually not at all or only slightly inflated. [17]

In addition to the main symptom, a few other complaints can be associated with a bloated stomach, e.g .:

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A bloated stomach without gas is also common. In this case, the intestinal gases accumulate in an extreme way and can no longer escape . [23] The cause of “parasites” is in these Cases as good as certain.


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Getting Rid of Bloat: What Really Helps

Conventional medicine has so far not been able to develop any drug that can reduce a bloated stomach. [23] There is also the basic problem that the basic The cause is not determined by most doctors. This means that a causal treatment is not even possible.

Why parasites in humans are often overlooked by doctors can can be read here .

Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt was able to clear up a decades-long misunderstanding: Specialized medical professionals find that almost every person parasites in the body in hidden, non-specialized doctors do not diagnose them and therefore come to the conclusion that parasites are very rare in humans. Click here to find out more.

In our experience, the only safe and effective remedy for a bloated stomach is a Parasite cure .

How such a cure works and what you have to pay attention to , we have published the specialist article “Parasite Cure: The Ultimate Guide” .

If you want to get rid of her bloated stomach, read the article now:

Anti-bloating agents

There is no remedy that works against a bloated stomach. This is also not possible because the cause is complex. In order to get rid of intestinal parasites completely, taking individual remedies is not sufficient. We have explained this in more detail here .

Hausmittel oder Medikamente gegen Blähbauch?

On the drug market, no drug is explicitly sold against a bloated stomach. One might think that a wormer should help, as these are effective against the cause of the bloated stomach – parasites. For many reasons, however, these are not the method of choice, to kill parasites in the intestine .

The main reasons are:

  • Because drugs do not biofilm in the intestine is impossible to get rid of intestinal parasites permanently in this way. More information about this here . [24]
  • Medicines only work specifically against individual types of parasites . For example, albendazole works against pork tapeworm or pyrvinium against pinworms. In order to remove all parasites from the intestine, regardless of which one it is, a systemic parasite cure is required. [25]
  • The use of anthelmintics can serious side effects trigger. Among other things, leukopenia . This of all things reduces the immune cells that protect the body from parasites. Taking medication opens the door to the parasites . [26]

Conclusion

FAQ: Frequently asked questions on the subject of "bloated stomach" answered briefly and concisely

No, 1 liter of sulfur gas weighs only half a kilogram. The weight gain can, however, have “parasites” as the cause. For more information on how parasites promote obesity, here .

Basically it is possible. Especially if the bloated stomach is accompanied by other symptoms, such as heavy and prolonged menstrual bleeding, labor-like pain or cramps. Fibroids are benign findings on the uterus.

Since digestion is often slower during pregnancy, a bloated stomach can be more pronounced. However, the cause of the bloated stomach is not the pregnancy itself, but rather parasites in the intestine.

If the bloated stomach is particularly pronounced after eating and later in the day (especially in the evening), the likelihood is that intestinal parasites are the cause. In this case, do the parasite test to get an expert assessment of whether Parasites could cause the bloated stomach.

In this case, digestion seems to have become sluggish. Try dried fruit and plenty of pure water.

If necessary, yes. Let the gynecologist rule out that you have a fibroid causing these symptoms.

This is possible in the context of endometriosis. If you suffer from cramp-like pain, especially during your menstrual cycle (period), and you have a bloated stomach. Because blood that does not drain can cause such a cyst.

The body loses its ability to defend itself as the performance of the immune system decreases. Thus, intestinal parasites have the opportunity to spread and symptoms , such as a bloated stomach trigger.

We rarely find that liver fluke is the cause of are bloated. Most of the time, however, they are intestinal parasites.

The parasitic burden is often passed from mother to child. In addition, a malformed intestinal symbiosis can be the cause. This occurs more frequently in babies born by caesarean section, as some important bacteria are only transmitted to the child in the birth canal.

Probably the most common question we get on this topic is what can be done about a bloated stomach. What ultimately helps is the holistic elimination of parasites. For this we recommend the implementation of a parasite treatment .

The cause here lies in a hormone that is released during ovulation: progesterone. It weakens the intestinal muscles and therefore has a constipating effect.

If the cause is parasitic, food choices are irrelevant. All of them cause a more or less pronounced bloated stomach. Foods that promote parasites in particular, such as sugar, can, however, trigger an even more massive bloated stomach.

If the cause is a food intolerance, of course it helps to stop consuming these foods.

Please have a look at our specialist article: “Parasite Cure: The Ultimate Guide” at. This should be enough help. Under this article you can ask us questions that we will be happy to answer.

This symptom complex is probably an advanced parasite infestation. Further information can be found here .

I recommend that you do the parasite test . If this is positive, the probability that the cause is parasitic in origin is obvious.

If the cause is parasites , then no tea will help. If the cause is only sluggish digestion that is not triggered by parasites, a tea with chamomile, fennel, lemon balm and liquorice can help.

If the cause is parasites , unfortunately no tips will help, only a holistic parasite cure. So the tip would be to do the parasite test to assess the cause.

In the first trimester of pregnancy, the body releases more progesterone. This hormone weakens the intestinal muscles and thus ferments the food in the intestine. The resulting gases cause the bloated stomach.

It all depends on the cause. If this is due to a food intolerance, a bloated stomach can be avoided by not consuming these foods. However, if the cause is an infestation with intestinal parasites, a bloated stomach cannot be avoided – not even with a different diet. In this case, the cause must be healed.

If you eat during stress, you swallow air, which can cause a bloated stomach. However, this is a rare reason for a bloated stomach and only occurs temporarily. If a bloated stomach occurs even when eating at rest, stress is not the cause.

If the cause lies in the intake of too much fiber, then reducing starchy foods can lead to the reduction of the bloated stomach. However, if the cause is intestinal parasites, then a low-carb diet will not help.

L-glutamine relieves irritable bowel syndrome, which can be the cause of a bloated stomach. However, if the cause is different (e.g. parasites), taking L-glutamine will not help.

First of all, the cause of the bloated stomach must be determined. The most common cause are intestinal parasites. If the cause is a food intolerance, leaving out these foods will help quickly. However, if a malformed intestinal symbiosis or a parasite infestation are the cause, there is no quick fix. In both cases we recommend a holistic parasite cure .

Not at all. The air, or rather the gas, accumulates in the intestine and cannot escape. It only slowly escapes over time (often overnight). It is advisable to determine the cause of the “air in the stomach” and to undertake a causal treatment.

Often the cause is an infestation with intestinal parasites. However, it can also be a food intolerance or an intestinal deficiency symbiosis. Other rare reasons are an extremely high fiber diet or hectic consumption of food.

The stomach feels plump, hard and full. The abdominal wall is very tense and the abdomen arches forward.

It is very rare for a bloated stomach to be caused by a tumor. Carcinoses of the ovaries, stomach, intestines or pancreas are possible. Symptoms can be a build-up of fluid in the abdomen (“ascites”).

Parasites are often the cause of a bloated stomach. In this case, bloating occurs with every food intake, no matter what is eaten.

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