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5 Positions To Evacuate Intestinal Gas (And Empty Your Belly Immediately).

I don't know about you, but me after a big dinner I gas often...

And nothing is more painful than flatulence that won't come out...

So how do you get gas out of your stomach quickly?

Because yes, science is clear on this subject:you must not hold back your farts!

Fortunately, there are easy yoga positions that help evacuate intestinal gas naturally and quickly.

You will finally be able to let go when you choose...

With these home remedies, no more bloating and you have a flat stomach!

Here are 5 positions to evacuate stuck flatulence and put an end to stomach aches . Watch:

  • 1. Claw pose
  • How to
  • 2. Happy Baby Pose
  • How to
  • 3. Knees to chest posture
  • How to
  • 4. Goddess Pose
  • How to
  • 5. Child's posture
  • How to
  • Conclusion

1. Claw pose

The dart is a sitting posture and bend forward .

It is also known as the Western Stretch or Head-to-Knee Pose.

And as you will see, by stretching your upper body towards your ankles, the inevitable will happen:

All the air stuck in your intestines is expelled!

How to

1. Sit on the floor with your legs straight out in front of you.

2. Inhale and raise your arms, with your shoulders down and lengthening your spine.

3. Exhale, tilt the pelvis back and lean forward keeping your back straight.

(If necessary, you can slightly bend your knees.)

4. Grab your feet with your hands. Be sure to keep your back and elbows straight, without bending them.

If that's not possible, use a strap like this under the soles of your feet, and hold it tight.

5. Stretch the torso forward, keeping the head elevated.

The lower belly touches the thighs first, then the upper belly, the ribs, and finally the head.

6. Hold the posture 1 to 3 minutes . Inhale and raise your torso.

2. "Happy baby" pose

You'll quickly understand why babies look so happy when they clasp their feet overhead.

And as you will see, by pushing your feet into your hands, you will create resistance.

This is what will help you let go of the winds and evacuate your intestinal gases.

How to

1. Lie on your back. Bend your knees and raise your feet toward the ceiling.

2. Inhale, and grab the outside of the feet with your hands.

3. Slightly spread your knees, and bring them towards your armpits by pulling on your feet.

4. Place your ankles above the knees, so that your legs are perpendicular to the ground.

5. Very gently, push your feet up, creating resistance with your hands.

6. Hold this position for30 seconds to 1 minute . Then, release your feet while exhaling deeply.

To make this even more effective, you can also rock the body gently from side to side.

3. Knees to chest posture

Its name in Sanskrit, "apanasana ", literally means "evacuation of vital breath".

In French, it is also known as "abdominal pressure posture" or "elimination posture".

So, as you will have understood…

For yoga enthusiasts, it's THE reference posture when you really need to fart .

How to

1. Lie on your back, and bring your knees to your chest.

2. Put your arms around the knees.

3. Take a deep breath and, as you exhale, hug your right knee to your stomach.

4. Inhale and do the same movement with the left knee.

5. Still with your knees on your chest, make small circles, swinging your body left and right.

Continue for 3 minutes .

4. Goddess Pose

It is known:the squatting position is the best to facilitate intestinal elimination.

That's good, because with the posture of the Goddess...

You'll be doing so many squats that it'll be hard to stop yourself from gassing out.

How to

1. Get into a standing position with your upper body straight and your arms along your body.

2. Inhale and open your legs wide, with your feet facing outwards.

3. Exhale and bend your knees, keeping your upper body and head straight.

Your knees should be bent above and in line with your ankles.

4. Inhale as you lift your toes.

5. Exhale and press your feet flat into the ground, so that you have good support.

6. Join the palms of your hands in front of your chest in prayer position, or "namaste ".

Repeat as many times as necessary, for 3 minutes .

5. Child's posture

Balasana is a posture that allows you to relax the body, while exerting a slight pressure on the stomach .

Just what you need to let off a fart!

How to

1. Get on all fours on the floor with your feet together (your big toes should touch).

2. Sit on your heels, with your knees hip-width apart.

3. Exhale and rest your chest between your thighs.

4. Put your hands on the floor, stretching them straight out in front of you.

Balasana is a resting pose. Hold this position for 30 sec to 3 minutes .


There you go, now you know how to empty your belly naturally without using medication :-)

Obviously these exercises work for both women and men.