Does your child constantly struggle with breaking or releasing wind? Flatulence, commonly referred to as gas pain, is quite normal to every human being. Releasing gas is a natural, unavoidable human behavior that is understandable. The inability to pass gas easily has grave implications for the digestive system and the entire body. Gas problems may also be experienced by toddlers. This may be due to some special food or habit that triggers intestinal gas accumulation.
There are several causes which cause belching such as consuming food rapidly, swallowing deprived of chewing correctly, drinking a lot of carbonated drinks, inactive routine, sleeping immediately after having a meal, and food reactions.
Food intolerance, gallbladder stones, inhalation via the mouth and speaking during eating are also contributory factors. These constitute the recurrent reasons for belching in many circumstances.