Today’s society is enthralled with acceptable and unacceptable social behaviors. Most people do not point or stare at someone, for example, as it is considered rude. The same goes for spitting, littering, yelling or acting rudely in public. Then, there is flatulence, what is most commonly known as farts. The majority of society sees farts as disgusting, which can be, and as a social “no.” Almost everyone who has ever missed an audible fart in the company of others will testify that it is perhaps one of the most embarrassing moments of his life.
But, “releasing gas” is a completely natural body function. In addition, it is absolutely necessary for a number of health reasons. Farts are a vital part of digestion, specifically when the intestine needs to break down food and eliminate certain by-products.
Below, We Discuss 7 Important Benefits for the Health of the Orders:
“ Although hydrogen sulfide is well known as a pungent and smelly gas in rotten eggs and flatulence, it is naturally produced by the body and in fact could be in a health hero with important implications for future therapies for a variety of reasons. «. Dr. Mark Wood, Professor and Researcher at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Exeter (United Kingdom).
1. It’s Good for the Colon:
“Enduring” any type of natural body reaction is not good for your health, whether it is urine, bowel movement or gas. In certain social situations, nothing will probably happen to avoid a sultry situation. However, people with digestive problems should know that retaining the body’s attempt to release by-products from the gastrointestinal system is potentially dangerous.
2. Help Abdominal Distension:
The feeling of being bloated is really uncomfortable. This symptom is often experienced shortly after eating a meal, particularly a copious meal. It can also cause some stomach aches and discomfort.
“Swelling may also indicate an accumulation of gas that needs to be released”.
Although the accumulation of this type of gas is usually not harmful or dangerous, it can cause a lot of discomfort. This is where the release of gas can immediately decrease any bloating and any associated symptoms.
3. Odor is Really Healthy:
Okay, this is a bit awkward to explain … it’s actually a bit disgusting. But, once again, it is a natural and healthy benefit of gas release. Here is why. When we expel gas, we release a small amount of a substance called hydrogen sulfide, which can be beneficial to thwart future diseases. Studies suggest that this element can also prevent cell damage and even prevent heart attack or stroke.
4. Means a Healthy Intestine and a Composition of Bacteria:
According to Purna Kashyap, a doctor of gastroenterology at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota: “Eating foods that cause gas is the only way for the gut’s microbes to get nutrients. If we didn’t give them carbohydrates, it would be harder for them to live in our guts.” The foods that Dr. Kashyap refers to include those rich in fiber, such as beans and lentils, broccoli, cabbage and kale. These foods improve our digestive functions, and also produce more gas.
5. Can Help with a Balanced Diet:
Yes, the gases we expel can indicate the type of food our stomach needs. On the contrary, it can also indicate foods that we may be overeating. For example, when we do not consume enough fiber, we rarely release gas. When we eat too much meat our gas can give off a very unpleasant smell, which indicates that we have to reduce its intake somewhat.
6. Can Serve as a Health Alarm:
This is one of the most important benefits of farts. Interestingly, the characteristics of farts can help predict health problems in some cases. The unhealthy characteristics of the farts include: extreme odors, pain when the gases pass and an increasing frequency. These symptoms can help diagnose anything from food intolerance to colon cancer.
7. It is an Instant Relief:
Ok, this is not very innovative … but it’s true, isn’t it? Gas accumulation, bloating and stomach pains can be relieved or reduced by simply releasing a fart. It can be embarrassing if we alert the co-worker next door, all right. So, the next time you feel an extreme need to release one, go ahead! But please, don’t do it near me…