Farting is a normal bodily function that involves the expulsion of gas from the rectum. The only real difference between farting and burping is the exit route, and contrary to common belief, girls fart just as much as men. Farting is a completely natural procedure that everyone must undergo, but you may have noticed that some individuals act as if they don't fart. This is a matter of personal preference, but it doesn't indicate that they don't fart.
In keeping with a report on Healthline, we'll discuss what the normal number of farts per day is for a healthy individual and what factors lead to chronic flatulence. Relax and take in this article while you get some valuable knowledge.
Can a healthy human fart more than once a day?
The answer to this question depends to some extent on the individual's physical make-up. Still, anywhere from five to twenty farts each day is considered normal for a healthy adult. Although farting is more common when people are asleep than when they are awake, even the healthiest of individuals will let one or more fly before the day is done.
For some, farting more than 20 times in a day may be considered unhealthy, but the average person can safely fart anywhere from 5 to 15 times per day. It's possible that the following medical issues are to blame if someone farts more than 20 times per day, making it physically difficult to control the urge to release gas in public or to go about their daily lives as usual.
First, pancreatitis that is caused by the body's immune system attacking itself
3. Irritable bowel disease
4. Intestinal obstruction
5. Lactose intolerance
6. Ulcerative colitis
GERD has been linked to farting more than 20 times day. In other words, you might want to think about getting checked out if you find yourself farting more than 20 times a day, especially if this behavior persists for days or weeks.
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