bloatedness


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bloatedness

(ˈbləʊtɪdnəs)
n
the state of being swollen, as with a liquid, air, or wind
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And we all know that movement is essential to keeping the energy level up as well as to preventing bloatedness.
Mishra said: "The symptoms can be common and vague, such as gas, bloatedness and loss of appetite.
29) reported a case with abdominal gas, cramps, bloatedness and diarrhea complaints due to SLS in patient's toothpaste.
This will be the ideal situation, otherwise there will be room for corruption or bloatedness .
0 may contain high enough levels of certain substances to cause low-grade intestinal discomforts and other conditions (whether infectious or not), potentially bringing on symptoms such as bloatedness, itchy eyes, stomach cramping and fatigue.
Symptoms range from tiredness, bloatedness and headaches to full-blown coeliac disease, an autoimmune disease that can lead to intestinal cancers.
But for years she suffered stomach cramps, tiredness and bloatedness.
Life's overflowing abundance leads him to conclude, "[i]f you existed, you had to exist all the way, as far as mouldiness, bloatedness, obscenity were concerned" (128).