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Bloating is when your tummy is puffy, feels stretched and uncomfortable due to temporary abdominal distension. Common causes are overeating, eating too fast, swallowing food too quickly, talking while eating and swallowing air, certain foods which can cause gas such as beans, lentils, cabbage, cauliflower, and drinking too many fizzy drinks.
When a Mayo nurse suffered with bad morning sickness during two pregnancies, the only ‘cure’ she could find came from America — now she is bringing the solution to other expectant mothers in Ireland.
By Dr Bhatti
The charity Meningitis Research Foundation (MRF) is warning Galway people that cases of meningitis and septicaemia are expected to rise over Christmas.
Bloating is when your tummy is puffy, and feels stretched and uncomfortable due to temporary abdominal distension.
The team at Evergreen Healthfoods get many queries in relation to irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). People ask what exactly it is and what they can do to reduce the symptoms naturally. In basic terms, IBS symptoms include abdominal pain, bloating and irregular bowel habits, including alternating diarrhoea and constipation. In some people, irritable bowel syndrome can be a mere mild annoyance, while others can suffer tremendously crippling IBS symptoms on a daily basis.
One ward remains closed this week at the west’s biggest hospital due to a number of suspected cases of the vomiting bug. (norovirus)
The Coeliac Society of Ireland, in association with SuperValu, will hold an in-store event in Tuam next week as part of a nationwide series of events on coeliac disease and gluten-free living.
Herbal teas are so much more than just a soothing, comforting, pick-me-up. They can also provide the body with a number of natural benefits which may help to improve your mood, sense of wellbeing, and energy levels. Herbal teas have also been used for thousands of years to aid digestion, bloating, relaxation, weight loss, and much more.
Visitors restrictions are in place again this week at two wards at University Hospital Galway due to a number of suspected cases of the vomiting bug (Norovirus).