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Better not to pinch the bumps on the plane
In closed rooms, surrounded by other people, many people refrain from farting out of shame. This is particularly problematic in airplanes, where the fart urge increases from a certain altitude. Experts advise that it is better not to pinch yourself for health reasons.
Stopover due to flatulence Almost everyone knows the problem: You would have to pee, but don't dare because you are surrounded by other people. The crew calls the bloated belly phenomenon in aviation “Boeing Belly”, as the “Welt” writes in a current article. The sheet illustrates the problem with an example from the USA. A machine had to stop there once, after a passenger suffering from flatulence had lit a match after every blow to hide the unpleasant smell.
Still a taboo topic Actually, flatulence is normal, but still a taboo topic for many. According to the “world”, every person produces around 1.5 liters of gases a day in the body. "Most get into the blood through the intestinal wall and are further broken down in the liver and exhaled through the lungs," says gastroenterologist Mathias Strowski on the travel portal "travelbook.de". "All gases that cannot be broken down in this way have to leave the body as pups." These reach a speed of 0.1 to 1.1 meters per second. As the paper writes, the number of daily pups averages 12.7. Each fart consists of gases, such as odorless nitrogen, carbon dioxide, hydrogen, oxygen, but also malodorous sulfur compounds.
Flatulence increases above the clouds During flights, flatulence increases, among other things, due to the reduced air pressure. As reported, from a height of 3,500 meters almost all of these gases pass into the intestine and thus lead to an increased urge to fart. As the aircraft continues to climb, the gases in the abdomen expand further. In addition, the accumulation of air is promoted by a lack of exercise or improper nutrition on board. The crew calls the phenomenon of the bloated belly phenomenon in aviation “Boeing Belly”, which torments both passengers and pilots and flight attendants - especially on long-haul flights.
Experienced frequent flyers do without some drinks and dishes Unfortunately, you often have to do without common flatulence home remedies for flatulence, which can usually be used to counter abdominal pain, belching with heartburn and thumps, since it is not permitted to take drinks and many of the aids be prepared in the form of teas. Not as a home remedy, but as an on-board means, it is advisable to get up and move around every now and then. This is advisable anyway on long flights, especially as a prevention against thrombosis. Experienced frequent flyers often do without alcohol, carbonated drinks, juice and coffee, as these can exacerbate the problem. Instead, they go for unsweetened herbal tea or still water.
Let better drive According to the "world" one should also do without salad and fruit. According to the information, airlines usually do without certain foods that promote flatulence: These include, for example, legumes, leek vegetables or cabbage. It is also reported that some passengers use over-the-counter defoaming preparations containing the active ingredients Dimeticon and Simeticon. These dissolve the gases in the stomach. When it comes to the question of whether to pinch the pups better or not, the paper addresses a study that scientists have published in the "New Zealand Medical Journal". The simple answer is: "Just let it go", which means that it should be let out. Otherwise, complaints such as feeling of fullness, indigestion and stomach ache threatened.
Flying with lederhosen The strained retention of air in the abdomen can cause the intestine to cramp too much and pinch the air at its curvatures on the right and left in the abdomen, which results in further complaints. That is why the motto is: Better to drive. The researchers also address the smell problems that can arise with such consistent let-it-go behavior on board. Your suggestion is to use activated carbon in aircraft seats in the future as this material could neutralize the smell. Professor Doktor Strowski, who thinks that you should "just apologize" to your fellow travelers in such cases, has somewhat unusual advice and says: "Fly with lederhosen! The material dampens the bowel winds and distributes them bit by bit." (ad)
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