At some point, we’ve all experienced gut discomfort of one kind or another. Whether that’s bloating, constipation, or even diarrhea. So how do you know when it’s an underlying problem?
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Millions of people experience bloating and is a common complaint of people of all ages. Abdominal bloating is an uncomfortable build up of air that can form in your gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Apart from it affecting the quality of your life, bloating can be a warning sign of other health issues.