Flatulence is a phenomenon in which methane, hydrogen and oxygen are being accumulated in various parts of the abdomen. Gas is a natural phenomenon, it might happen to any person, but once the amount of the gas is higher than usual, it causes convulsions, abdominal pain and sometimes difficulty in breathing. These gases are caused by intestinal problems, or due to a psychosomatic effect of mental and emotional states and other diseases. The dietary supplements and the catalysts of Tivoni help to deal with gases problem, which maybe a social problem, as well as a physical one, thus thanks to balancing the population of intestinal bacteria and help in dealing with emotional situations which affect the digestive system.
Different bacteria in the digestive tract cause fermentation of the carbohydrate and other substances in the body. This fermentation produces gases, which act like a hint that there’s something wrong with the digestive system. Sometimes gases aren’t formed in the digestive system, but enter inside of it due air swallowing. This air might leave the system through the mouth in the form of belching while some of the air is left in the system and leave if through the digestive system.
Treatment by Tivoni
|Flatulence||Direction for use||Monthly|
|Biocal||Infants: Consult with the Training Division of TIVONI by firstname.lastname@example.org.|
If the mother is nursing, it is recommended that she will receive treatment instead of the baby.
|Children: Consult with the Training Division of TIVONI by email@example.com||1 Box|
|Adults: 1-5 teaspoons a day, with or without meal, with cup of water. Recommended to start with 1/4 teaspoon a day and increase the amount gradually.||1-3 Boxes|
|DigesTiv||1-2 capsules, 3 times a day, 15-30 minutes before meal.||2 Boxes|
|*For the most comprehensive and precise treatment, and in severe cases, please contact the Training Division of TIVONI by firstname.lastname@example.org|
Factors of Flatulence
There are many factors for gases in the lower gastrointestinal:
- Disruptions in the digestive tract - these disruptions are created by emotional repressed stress, such as: trauma, stress, anger, use of medicaments, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, intestinal parasites and malnutrition.
- Lactose and gluten intolerance.
Types of Flatulence
There are two types of gases: in the upper gastrointestinal and in the lower one.
- Upper gastrointestinal gases - Gases, accumulated in the esophagus and in the stomach. These are air bubbles that enter the body by air ingestion. For example, babies get these gases while eating, from a breast or a bottle. These gases are being released through the mouth usually, by belching.
- Lower gastrointestinal - Gases which accumulate in the intestines. These gases are being formed during food digestion and being released through the rectum. When they don’t get released, it’s a warning of clinical condition that requires treatment.