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Belching, also known as burping, is normally a physiological process in which excess gas in the gastrointestinal tract is released via the mouth. When this condition becomes frequent and pronounced enough to cause distress and discomfort, then it becomes a problem requiring attention. As is evident this happens when excess amount of air becomes trapped in the digestive system. The action may occur with a sound or a release of odor from the mouth as well. Burping may occur as a standalone problem or it may be accompanied by heartburn and acid reflux, nausea, sour taste in mouth, bloating and abdominal fullness. Needless to say, it is a digestive issue directly related to the diet and physical activity habits of a person.

The causes of belching can be many. Typically, any condition that adversely affects the digestive tract can cause belching. Some of these conditions are gastroesophageal reflux disease, hiatus hernia, peptic ulcer disease, gastritis, gall stones, etc. Non-pathological causes of belching are also many. Large amount of alcohol intake, carbonated beverages, heavy meals eaten quickly, eating while emotionally upset, food rich in fats and spices, and smoking can all cause this problem. Certain medications like antibiotics, aspirin, NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) might also lead to belching. Sometimes it is a voluntary act attempted by a person to relieve the sensation of fullness. It may not always point towards a disease process; however repeated burping at short intervals persisting for days altogether certainly requires medical attention.

To treat the problem of belching it is essential to understand that dietary and lifestyle changes act more favorably than medications. This is because while medicines may control the problem causing belching momentarily, an ill-advised diet will make sure the problem recurs. Thus, there are a variety of good habits that can be encouraged and inculcated in daily life to prevent not only belching but also keep majority of digestive disturbances at bay. Regarding dietary factors, there are a number of things to keep in mind. It is best to avoid chewing gum and taking large quantities of carbonated drinks. Excess consumption of onions may also cause burping in some people and should be avoided. Even chocolates can cause burping in some people. Alcohol intake must be kept to a minimum. One can try to identify the foods that trigger belching, as these may vary between individuals. Such foods should obviously be avoided. For people who suffer from excess acidity and heartburn, it is best to include in the diet foods with known antacid action. Milk is one of the most common and effective of antacids. Fruits like apple, banana and watermelon are beneficial. Heavy meals rich in spices, oils and fats also lead to bloating and must be kept to a minimum. Green leafy vegetables and green tea are helpful for maintaining healthy digestion. Such dietary interventions must be complemented with adequate intake of water.

Lifestyle factors also contribute to the problem of belching. Heavy meals followed by immobility are not advised. One must always strive to take a relaxed walk after a heavy dinner rather than lying down immediately. Meals must be on fixed times, and a routine ought to be formed and adhered to. Erratic meal timings are very harmful. Regular exercise contributes to developing healthy digestive function and minimize gastric disturbances. On top of these measures one very important factor that should not be ignored is stress. Managing of stress is essential not only for improving digestion but for overall health as well. Developing good habits at an early age benefits lifelong.

If you are contemplating belching treatment medicine can help you significantly. For recurrent and excessive belching medicine in homoeopathy is available and effective. The best homeopathic medicine for belching for you is the one most suited to your particular set of complaints. Belching does not occur as a standalone problem but has its basis in certain digestive disturbances. Thorough evaluation of your case history with due emphasis given on your peculiar symptoms and tendencies will help in selecting the medicine indicated for you. This medicine can be complemented by various combinations and formulations that enhance the functioning of the digestive system. Out of these combinations, Alpha-DP by Schwabe India is probably the best medicine for belching because not only does it clear up the gas accumulation in the abdomen but it also tones up digestion so as to prevent recurrence of such problems. This medicine is in the form of tablets. It promptly controls belching, flatulence, bloating and heaviness of the abdomen, nausea and vomiting and exhaustion arising out of digestive disturbances. It also restores the vitality lost to vomiting and diarrhea. Even for general discomfort of the abdomen this medicine has excellent results. One must take care to keep homeopathic remedies in a cool, dark place away from sunlight.