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12 Ways To Stop Annoying Your Spouse (Come On, You Know You Do!)
There are plenty of things that you are doing that really annoy your spouse. Admit it! You know it’s true! Perhaps one of the worst offenders is passing gas all night long. Seriously, is there anything more annoying than that? Sometimes it’s so bad, you are afraid to light incense because you might cause an explosion.
Experts say that the average person passes gas about 14 times each day. No wonder global warming is such a problem! Even if you are single, you probably worry about those unexpected little farts that happen in public places.
Yes, farts can be funny, but the pain that excess gas causes is no joke. Excess gas can be due to eating too quickly, eating spicy foods, eating a lot of foods that tend to cause gas, stress, digestive problems, and even bacterial infections.
If you really want to stop embarrassing yourself in public and show your spouse that you really do care, keep reading! We have 12 of the best ways to get those tuba-playing moments under control.
1. Dandelion Tea
Considered to be nothing more than an annoying weed, dandelion actually has numerous health benefits. One of which is relief from gas. You can buy dandelion tea in most health foods stores or you can make your own by steeping some of the (organic) leaves, flowers and roots in boiling water for a few minutes. Drink one cup after every meal for gas relief you can count on.
Ah! Here is some tasty relief from excess gas! Cinnamon will soothe the digestive system and prevents the formation of gas. You can add half a teaspoon of cinnamon powder to a cup of warm milk (add a touch of honey if you like) or you can drink cinnamon tea. Try drinking one cup after lunch and then again after dinner for best results.
3. Caraway Seeds
By stimulating proper digestion, caraway seeds can ease gas pains, cramps, and even indigestion. Add caraway to your meals or boil a teaspoon of seeds in one cup of water. Strain out the seeds, and then drink the water (add some honey if you like) after each meal.
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