Keep your belt tight enough

When sitting, a tight belt, in particular, puts pressure on the stomach. This can result in circulatory and even digestive problems. Furthermore, it can unpleasantly impact the quality of life. For example, the digestive process is delayed. Skirts or trousers can constrict the abdominal area. This leads to flatulence, stomach pressure and even stomach pain. In the worst case, clothing that is too tight can even restrict the sphincter muscle of the stomach. Moreover, it allows stomach acid to leak into the oesophagus. It results in gastro-oesophageal reflux. This is characterised by a burning sensation and itching in the chest and throat.

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