Can drinking alot of water cause gas?
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Posted 30 June 2005 - 12:51 AM
No, because swallows are swallows. It-whatever that is, would be occuring all the time.quote:Could it be that you are gulping some air while drinking the water?
It's not. CO2 is rapidly absorbed, so even here, it's not going be a big impact.quote:Of course carbonated drinks are another matter.
Posted 07 June 2013 - 02:27 PM
The same things happens to me! / happening to me right now haha. It helped when I put chlorophyll in my water, only a couple drops will do it. Tap water / any water isn't always neutral, the pH can at times be off balance and on the acidic side (I also have GERD) and chlorophyll is a great alklanizer (as in in makes the water closer to a base than an acid). SO, try water with liquid chlorophyll in it (you can buy it at your local nutrition store, make sure its unflavoured otherwise those with GERD will also have a bad reaction to it because it is normally flavoured with mint).
When drinking water from anywhere, tap, work, bottled, filtered, cold, hot, I always have a bad reaction. After adding liquid chlorophyll I have no complaints and no problems at all
Posted 09 June 2013 - 02:50 PM
Liquids bloat me up immediately. I can take a few sips of water and look in the mirror and see my belly expand. Regular food doesn't seem to cause this, only liquids like water or Ensure. Then the bloating lasts for the rest of the day and seems to stay in my intestines until the next morning when I go to the bathroom.