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Facts about causes & symptoms of gas pain in chest!

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Gas pain in the chest is usually not a cause for concern, though it can lead to pressure or discomfort. It can also be difficult to tell apart from other chest pain, including that associated with a heart attack.

This article looks at the various reasons a person might feel gas pain in their chest. It also discusses symptoms, treatments, and home remedies.

People often describe gas pain in the chest as a tightness or discomfort in the chest area. As well as the pain, there may be a slight burning or stabbing sensation. The pain may also move to the abdomen.

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Other symptoms of gas pain in the chest may vary in each case, depending on the cause, but can include:

  • burping

  • bloating

  • indigestion

  • excess flatulence

  • loss of appetite

  • nausea

  • The sensation of gas pain can be worrying, as it may be difficult to tell apart from heart-related pains, such as those of a heart attack.

    Gas that gathers in the stomach or left part of the colon can feel like heart-related pain.

    The following symptoms may suggest that chest pain is related to a heart attack:

    • pain that resembles a strong pressure applied to the chest

    • pain or discomfort in other areas of the upper body, including neck, back, shoulders, arms, or jaw

    • a pain in the jaw is particularly common in women

    • shortness of breath or inability to catch the breath

    • profuse sweating

    • feeling lightheaded or woozy

    • nausea

    A person experiencing symptoms of a heart attack should seek emergency medical attention.

  • Possible causes of gas pain in the chest include:

    Heartburn

    Heartburn is a type of indigestion that typically feels like a sharp, burning sensation in the chest. It is caused by stomach acid leaking up into the esophagus.

    Food intolerance

    When someone has a food intolerance, it can upset the digestive system, causing extra gas. Lactose intolerance and gluten intolerance are two known causes of gas buildup.

    A person who lacks the enzymes needed to break down certain foods may experience bloating, abdominal pain, and excessive gas.

  • Food poisoning

    Eating contaminated food can cause food poisoning, which may also explain gas pain in the chest. This pain often comes on quickly and can be experienced alongside other symptoms, including:

    • fever

    • nausea

    • vomiting

    • diarrhea

    • blood in the stool

    Artificial sweeteners

    A diet high in artificial sweeteners or sugar alcohols, such as sorbitol and xylitol, may cause digestive symptoms, including excess gas, in some people.

    Excess carbonation

    Carbonated drinks, for example, soda, tonic water, or sparkling water, have a fizz, provided by carbon dioxide gas.

    Too much of this gas can make a person burp, but it might also build up in the digestive tract and cause discomfort or pain.

    Swallowing air

    Similarly to the carbon dioxide in fizzy drinks, the air we swallow when we eat, drink, or chew gum can become trapped in the digestive system.

    Swallowing too much air can cause a buildup of gas in the gastrointestinal tract, which can lead to gas pain in the chest or abdomen.

    Digestive conditions

    Certain digestive conditions can lead to symptoms that resemble gas pain in the chest.

    Inflammatory conditions, including inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) such as ulcerative colitis (UC) or Crohn’s disease, may cause gas to build up in the digestive system.

    Other problems in the digestive tract, such as those due to diabetes mellitus, can cause similar symptoms.

    Chronic inflammatory conditions can also produce the following symptoms:

    • pain in the lower or upper abdomen

    • excessive flatulence

    • diarrhea

    • constipation

    • general fatigue

    • gastrointestinal bleeding

    • weight loss

    • nausea

    Too much fiber

    While fiber-rich foods are beneficial for the digestive system, eating too much of a certain type of fiber can lead to excessive gas.

    This excess production is because the fiber may stay in the gut for a longer time than other food components. It is broken down by bacteria, resulting in gas.

    Gallbladder or biliary tree diseases

    A condition in the gallbladder or biliary tree, such as gallstones, can cause chest pain and excess gas.

    Other symptoms include:

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Indians demands UN intervention on Kashmir terrorist attack

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Indians has call on UN to intervene on the recent crisis in Kashmir that has left dozens dead, the suicide attack is the deadliest attack recorded in the town.



However, Pakistan militant has taken responsibility of the attack but  the Indians has discarded the claim stating that their government is to be blame for the bombing. meanwhile, has urged Pakistan militant to show prove to their claims.

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Indian foreign ministry reacted to the claims saying  “We demand Pakistan to stop misleading the international community and take credible and visible action against the perpetrators of Pulwama terrorist attack and other terrorists and terror groups operating from areas under their control,”

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The situation will see the sitting President face a tough competition when rebidding for re-election.

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Famous designer Karl Lagerfeld, Dies at 85

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Karl Lagerfeld, a genius born on 10 September 1933,  was a German creative director, artist, photographer and caricaturist also known as the creative director of the French luxury fashion house Chanel as well as creative director of the Italian fur and leather goods fashion house has died on Tuesday in Paris. He was 85.



A source says, the famous designer death was announced on Tuesday.

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His sudden dismissal on earth has attracted alot of  tweet from his fans describing him as the greatest orchestrator of his own myth.

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In his 80s, when most of his peers were retiring to their yachts or country estates, he was designing an average of 14 new collections a year ranging from couture to the high street, and not counting collaborations and special projects. His signature combinations of “high fashion and high camp” attracted Rihanna; Princess Caroline of Monaco; Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund; and Julianne Moore.

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