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4 Things Your Burps Are Trying To Tell You
Ever noticed how you (or a less well-mannered friend) can really project burps after chugging a can of soda? Carbonated beverages basically deliver air directly to your stomach—and burps that come from the belly, rather than the esophagus, tend to be noisier and smellier. "In general, burps from the esophagus are smaller," Berggreen says. "Carbonated drinks usually cause gas to come out of the solution in the stomach. Burps that come from the stomach typically have a stronger smell, as the food has been at least partially digested."
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- Avoid lying down for 3 hours after eating.
- Go to bed on an empty stomach.
- Eat smaller meals.
- Avoid citrus, caffeine, and spicy or acidic foods.
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