People who burp often, there’s a special reason.
After eating, drinking soda, I burp naturally. It’s a normal physiological phenomenon, but if you burp too often, you may need medical treatment.
A burp is a phenomenon that occurs when air is collected on top, and the microscope above senses it and emits it reflexively. However, if burping is too frequent, it can be due to a disease. According to a survey, about 50% of people with gastrointestinal reflux disease burp excessively. If you have gastrointestinal reflux disease, most of the gastrointestinal acid flows back with burping. As sphincter tightening the boundary between the stomach and esophagus relaxes, air is continuously released and burps a lot.
Bad eating habits also affect frequent burping. If you eat food in a hurry or live with gum, candy, and soda on your mouth, you will swallow that much air and burp frequently.
In rare cases, there are also burps that make dozens of loud noises per minute. It is an abnormal behavior that is not related to food consumption and repeats inhaling and exhaling air into the esophagus, not into the airway when breathing. It usually occurs in people with mental problems such as depression, anxiety, and compulsion.
Frequent burping has different treatments depending on the cause. Gastroesophageal reflux disease relieves burping when treated. People who burp frequently without any diseases should eat slowly and chew food finely. Gum, candy, and soda should be avoided as much as possible. If you burp too much, you may take a gastrointestinal exercise promoter that increases your stomach’s
Trimming disorders caused by mental problems can be treated for cognitive behavior that corrects the factors that cause burping (wrong breathing). It also learns speech therapy that prevents air from entering the esophagus.