running a marathon
it is normal because when you eat, you could be eating too fast or eating too much or eating stuff that doesn't agree with your stomache. although, when you're not eating and still cramping, you should see a doctor.
Bloating.The first is a great thirst.
Bloating can be a sign of pregnancy, but it is also a sign of a period.No. Bloating can come from a variety of things. Yes bloating is a symptom of pregnancy but it can easily be from eating spicy foods, stress, etc...the only positive sign of pregnancy is pregnancy testing and a blood test.
Can cause allergies such as indigestion and bloating as well as arthritic pain
There are many causes of dizziness and nausea after eating a meal. Some of these causes include, postprandial hypotension, atherosclerosis, gastritis, heart disease, and emotional disorders. When the symptoms are ongoing it is best to consult a physician.
Some people are gluten intolerant. One of the symptoms of that is persistent bloating. When they give up gluten, the bloating goes away. Over time. So yes- for some people this is true.
eating too much salt and retaining a lot of water.
Yes and if this is all that you are drinking and not eating it will make you dizzy.
Yes, it will give you diarrhea, sometimes vomiting and dizziness.
Yes, I have this disorder and I hate eating breakfast but not eating enough nutrients accelerates the fatigue and weakness and these triggers diziness.
Bloating can be caused by eating a lot of salty foods, but I wouldn't recommend doing that on purpose.
That is not an immediate sign of pregnancy. It is more a sign of eating badly or worry.
Actually, you are eating bacteria with every meal that won't make you sick. If you are concerned about symptoms from eating pathogenic bacteria, they will vary depending upon the microbe and the individual who consumed them. FDA's Bad Bug book has a very good chart listing the symptoms and onset times. Some symptoms of various foodborne illnesses include cramping, nausea, vomiting, bloating, diarrhea, bloody stools, fever, headache, rashes, and prostration.
The answer is yes. Air is being swallowed as you are chewing ice thus causing bloating in the stomach.
Sometimes gall bladder attacks cause this
Un-healthy eating can cause mood swings, bloating, lack of nutrients ot the body, naseua, indigestion, gas, and weight gain.
well, eating to many pickles may cause your heart to implode[not really], but it could cause an upset stomach, direah, and bloating
There are two main ways to get rid of bloating in one's belly: exercise and diet. Increased physical activity, particularly aerobic exercise can help reduce the size and bloating of one's stomach. Additionally, by cutting out certain foods that are difficult to digest, one can reduce bloating. Avoiding inulin fiber and eating probiotic foods are common nutritional practices that can help reduce bloating.
Eating too fast means you swallow air and the stomach may become expanded. Reactions to chocolate / lactose intolerance can cause gas and bloating.
Holding on to your knife and fork too tightly.... or perhaps if one's eating using hands as utensils, then finger-cramping can occur if the fingers aren't stretched enough during the meal? I have no idea - it this question for real?? I suppose anything is possible, so why not that then? ;) Holding on to your knife and fork too tightly.... or perhaps if one's eating using hands as utensils, then finger-cramping can occur if the fingers aren't stretched enough during the meal? I have no idea - it this question for real?? I suppose anything is possible, so why not that then? ;)
Dehydration often accompanies the habits of those suffering from an eating disorder. Lack of proper water in the body can cause cramping and overall tightness.
Pain or tenderness under the rib cage on the right sidePain between shoulder bladesStools light or chalky coloredIndigestion after eating, especially fatty or greasy foodsNauseaDizzinessBloatingGasBurping or belchingFeeling of fullness or food not digestingDiarrhea (or alternating from soft to watery)ConstipationHeadache over eyes, especially rightBitter fluid comes up after eatingFrequent use of laxatives