Aerophagia

Aerophagia (var. aerophagy) is a condition that occurs when a person swallows too much air, which goes to the stomach. It causes abdominal bloating and frequent belching and may cause pain. ==Causes== Aerophagia is associated with chewing gum, smoking, drinking carbonated drinks, eating too fast, CPAP air pressure (if it`s too high) and wearing l.
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aerophagia

[n] - swallowing air (usually followed by belching and discomfort and flatulence)
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Aerophagia

Aerophagia: Swallowing too much air, a common cause of gas in the stomach and belching. Everyone swallows small amounts of air when eating or drinking. However, rapid eating or drinking, chewing gum, smoking, or ill-fitting dentures may cause a significant increase in swallowed air. The word "phage" in Greek means "to eat." Aero
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aerophagia

The word phage in Greek means to eat. Aerophagia is literally to eat air. Aerophagia is a common cause of gas in the stomach. Everyone swallows small amounts of air when eating or drinking. However, rapid eating or drinking, chewing gum, smoking, or ill-fitting dentures may cause a significant increase in swallowed air. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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aerophagia

noun swallowing air (usually followed by belching and discomfort and flatulence)
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aerophagia

(ār″o-fa´jә) excessive swallowing of air, usually an unconscious process associated with anxiety, resulting in abdominal distention or belching; these are often interpreted by the patient as signs of a physical disorder.
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aerophagia

aerophagia, aerophagy 1. Excessive swallowing of air, usually an unconscious process associated with anxiety, resulting in abdominal distention or belching, often interpreted by the patient as signs of a physical disorder. 2. Abnormal spasmodic swallowing of air; especially, as a symptom of hysteria. 3. The abnormal spasmodic swallowing of air, a
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aerophagia

Type: Term Pronunciation: ār-ō-fā′jē-ă, -of′ă-jē Definitions: 1. An abnormal swallowing of air as seen in crib biting (so called cribbing) and wind sucking in horses. Synonyms: pneumophagia
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