ThereforMissing the sometimes the obvious….gas!!!
Most people don’t realise but we might pass gas as much as 14 times per day. In reality, the only offense seems to lie in the fact that it might smell. Not forgetting that the smell can be taken as an ‘offense’ to most. So, what makes them smell – hydrogen sulphide. And you would have guessed …yes, it makes them truly flammable! And the reactions to them of course!! This gas is what leads to back pain.
Classically the syndrome described as gas in your stomach is primarily caused by swallowing air when eating or drinking. Most stomach gas is released when you burp. Gas forms in your large intestine (colon) when bacteria ferment carbohydrates, fibre, some starches and some sugars. These aren’t digested in your small intestine. But for many this issue manifests as early as from birth. It is seen especially when there seems to be a slight genetic predisposition towards such.
Everyone passes gas even babies. In fact when the little one is introduced to the world and its bacteria it causes gas; in turn leading to colic syndrome. If gas does not escape naturally and comfortably, pressure may build up and cause pain for all ages. Some of the pressure might be the cause of what leads to back pain.
How do we build up gas otherwise?
- Fast eating/drinking (babies gulping) results in air being swallowed and might result in gas
- Overeating, smoking and even chewing gum may lead to upper intestinal gas as well
- Carbonated drinks might lead to gas build up
- Dehydration might lead to gas
- Stress and classic IBS leads to excess gas
- Prescription drugs might lead to excess gas
- Food allergies and resultant auto-immune responses might lead to gas.
- Excess lower intestinal gas can be caused by eating too much of certain foods. Even by the inability to fully digest certain foods
- A disruption in the bacteria normally found in the colon.
Foods that cause gas in one person might not cause it in another. Common gas-producing foods and substances include:
- Beans and lentils
- Vegetables such as cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts (cruciferous vegetables), beans & peas
- Bran, biscuits…carbs for many
- Dairy products containing lactose
- Fructose, which is found in some dried fruits
- Fructose used as a sweetener in soft drinks and other products
- Sorbitol, a sugar substitute found in some sugar-free candies, gums and artificial sweeteners
- Carbonated beverages, such as soda or beer
- Eggs & Dairy
There are many ‘dis-eases’ linked to gas. The common cause is a disruption of the microme. This is one of the most common causes that relates to most of the issues. Merely adjusting them back is a simple release to the imbalance. I have found clients battle for years with no release and simply taking a huge dose of the Imsyser probiotic almost instantly release the discomfort, especially in the classic IBS cases:
Of course, if the layering of toxic mucous and embedded waste is the problem, a cleanse or two can help. Taking the deep intestinal cleanse and the daily probiotic results in wonders for most. Simply, use the 7 day deep intestinal cleanse to stripping out the old waste. The cleanse will also remove many embedded old bacteria that results in the gas in the first place:
Now you know what leads to back pain and how to deal with it. Our 500 ml Imsyser Probiotic monthly maintenance can not just help the above but can help with chronic daily maintenance. It has never been not only affordable but reliable and effective. For advice please feel free to contact us or simply call for more info 086 010 3859 or click here: Your health is our concern. Let us help you eliminate one cause of back pain,