Why does coffee make me burp?

Why does coffee make me burp?

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  1. Coffee and tea both being stimulants, irritate the muscles that are there in your gut. your gut is designed in a way that, normally, it does not allow the food in your stomach to come back up in your food pipe or your mouth. It is able to do this with the help of certain muscles and its structure. when you drink coffee, it often acts as an irritant to these set of muscles and causes the air in your gut to force out in your food pipe. which is essentially burping!
    Homoeopathy can however, help you with your burping and bring it down in terms of frequency and intensity.
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  2. They’re the fuel of the machine that breaks down what we consume. We’ve got to have them! However, too much gastric acid can be a problem, causing some not-so-fun symptoms. Most of these issues manifest in the form of bloating, belching, and general discomfort.

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  3. The only water thin liquid the human body is designed to process is water. There is no process or organ in our bodies that distinguishes one water thin liquid from another beyond the taste buds. Our bodies perform vital cleansing/filtering functions with the water we drink. Your body is trying to perform these vital cleansing/filtering functions with coffee, wine, Gatorade, etc. You should expect distress and poor health. If it’s not fresh, clean water, it’s dirty water. It’s also a dirty trick to play on your body. Give a hoot. Don’t pollute.

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  4. Perhaps you’re drinking air with it.
    Either that or you add something like inulin which gets fermented in your body to make gas. Though that would be more likely to cause flatulence than burping.

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  5. Your Stomach Is Sensitive To Coffee’s Acids
    They’re the fuel of the machine that breaks down what we consume. We’ve got to have them! However, too much gastric acid can be a problem, causing some not-so-fun symptoms. Most of these issues manifest in the form of bloating, belching, and general discomfort.

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