Bloating

It's perfectly natural for our digestive systems to produce gas - even though it can leave you a bit red in the face!

Excess gas particles build up and collect in the digestive system, making it difficult for the body to disperse them naturally.

Flatulence is the body's way of dealing with excess gas but trapped gas may leave you feeling very bloated and uncomfortable, which can affect your day to day lifestyle.

A lifestyle of irregular eating times and stress can leave you feeling uncomfortable after eating- keep your indigestion under control by following our tips...

It's not just what we put in our mouths that can make us feel uncomfortable, other lifestyle factors can also act as trapped-wind triggers:

  • Try to eat smaller, regular meals
  • Chew your food thoroughly - the smaller your food is by the time it reaches your stomach, the easier it will be to digest as your system doesn't have to work as hard
  • Drink more water!

WindSetlers contain activated simeticone. Always read the label. If symptoms are severe or prolonged, you should consult a doctor or pharmacist. Those aged 45 years and over with new onset of symptoms within the last year which lasted for at least four weeks, or whose symptoms have changed should seek medical advice.