Cartoon illustration of a happy man with a box of Gas-X

Relief

Gas-X helps you find effective relief in minutes. But there are also lifestyle changes that can help too.

How to minimize gas & bloating

Cartoon illustration of a woman exercising

Watch what you eat

Your diet plays a huge part in how much gas your body produces. Beans, bran, broccoli, and cauliflower are great sources of nutrients, but they’re also high in fiber and produce more gas.

Try eating smaller portions of the foods that give you gas, and see how your body reacts.

Shake it off

A regular exercise routine will help you stay in tip-top shape, inside and out. Physical activity may also help gas move through your digestive tract, and allow your body to process it naturally. That’s a win-win!

Cartoon illustration of a woman holding a glass of a bubbly beverage

Keep the top on the pop

Carbonated drinks such as soda, sparkling water, and champagne can greatly contribute to your gas. Limit ‘em.

Keep your mouth closed

The more air you swallow, the more gas you’ll produce. Actions such as smoking, eating too quickly, drinking through a straw, and sucking on hard candies can create more gaseous moments. All that air gets stuck in your stomach, which results in bloating.

BACK TO START
What is gas & bloating?