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After exercising in the early afternoon, it seems as though the issue arises and continues through the evening.

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What does this have to do with caregiving? Gas arises from what you're eating.
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1. Walking certainly helps it has done wonders for me. You have to keep walking for at least half hour and maintain the same pace of walking without any interruptions.
2. So don't stop to take or make any calls, things can wait.
3. Walking really helps specially if you have overeaten, and in my case I do that often, I am a good cook and I make a point to finish my plate off!
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I don't think this question is authentic!
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Here's what I found on a website from AZ Central. I have no idea if it's true or not: Carbohydrates are used by the body as a source of energy. If the carbohydrates you eat aren't digested properly before you begin exercising, however, gas can build up in your digestive tract as a result. Similarly, protein is necessary to build muscles and other structures in the body but eating a high-protein meal just before exercising can result in excessive gas buildup while working out.

Some gas pains are caused by improper breathing while exercising, especially when you feel out of breath and are gulping air. While attempting to take deep breaths you may accidentally swallow some of the air; this can lead to belching or introduction of air into the intestinal tract. Large amounts of air in the intestines can cause gas pains and flatulence.

Gas pains and bloating that occur during or after exercise can generally be treated using natural or over-the-counter treatment options; gentle exercise such as walking and yoga may help as well. Proper hydration, balanced sodium intake and the spacing of meals to ensure proper digestion before exercise can help to prevent these problems. If you experience severe gas pain, bloating or other discomfort and are unable to find a cause for it, consult your doctor to make sure that the discomfort isn't caused by some other underlying condition.
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