The friendly bacteria in our guts help digest foods that our bodies have trouble breaking down. These bacteria also produce gas, usually as they digest food in the large intestines. Foods most often linked to intestinal gas include: Beans and lentils Asparagus, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, and other vegetables Fructose, a natural sugar found in artichokes, onions, pears, wheat, and some soft drinks Lactose, the natural sugar found in milk Fruits, oat bran, peas, and other foods high in soluble fiber, which gets digested in your large intestine Corn, pasta, potatoes, and other foods rich in starch Sorbitol, the artificial sweetener Whole grains, such as brown rice, oatmeal, and whole wheat.
chest pain can be due to underlying diseases of heart,lungs or gastroesophageal reflux or it can be due to injury or muscle strain.
lifestyle changes plays a major role in GERD. Along with the good lifestyle and medication it should get controlled in 2-8 weeks and again that varies from person to person
Gas pain in the chest can feel like jabbing pains or a general tightness in the chest area. Other symptoms may include: belching. indigestion.
Typically burning/sharp pain in the upper center/ upper left abdomen