The gases are the product of air trapped in the body. A part of the air we swallowed by chewing and swallowing, a part of the product of bacteria that live in our intestines. According to etiquette at all costs should refrain from releasing gases, and how dangerous that is?
Average human gas composed of 4% of oxygen, 7% of methane, 9% carbon dioxide, 21% of hydrogen and 59% nitrogen. A nuisance odor pleasantness and depend on the changes in the percentage of these gases. The sound produced by gases generated by the vibration of the rectum and the volume depends on the strength of the sphincter muscles and of pressure that causes the gas.
The smell of gas is determined by several factors, of which the most important food. If your diet is rich in foods such as broccoli, cabbage and beans, the smell will be more unpleasant.
What happens when you keep your gas?
The consequences are heartburn, bloating, indigestion, flatulence, and abdominal pain. When long retain gases, increases heart rate and blood pressure. And because doctors generally advised to leave the gas as soon as you get a chance.
Gases have to go out, and if they persistently retain, absorb them to the walls of the colon, and one of them goes into the bloodstream. Then the blood passes through the lungs and in some cases the cause of bad breath.
To reduce the amount of gas, be careful how you eat. Chew carefully so as not to enter and unnecessary air, using a tube when you drink, avoid chewing gum and sweets, and alcohol. In addition, these are foods that can help, but also set back.
The biggest challengers gases are: Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, beans, peas, milk and dairy products (for those who do not have enough of the enzyme lactamase), onion, soy and turnips.
Moderate challengers gases are: Apples, bananas, bread and rolls, carrots, celery, eggplant.
The weak challengers gases: eggs, fish, meat, oil, poultry, rice.