FUTURE, the breeze, letting go or having a trump card, whatever you call it, it’s completely natural.
But a doctor has warned that your partner’s stinky cold sores could actually be dangerous to your health.
We’ve all come close to a tear or a tear from the stench of something before, and Dr. Anthony Youn says farts are no different.
Posting on social media, Dr Young was responding to a user who claimed they had been ‘blind for three minutes’ after ‘severe farting’.
In the Instagram video, he explains how wind blowing can actually cause vision loss.
“Although this is highly unlikely, if the gas you pass through is extremely pungent, it could contain large amounts of hydrogen sulfide,” he said.
“Studies show that hydrogen sulfide is very effective at lowering blood pressure.
“If [a fart] lowering blood pressure to the central retinal artery, your silent but deadly murmur could theoretically blind you.
“So be careful if you’re creating a lot of bubbles in your bathtub!”
The clip has garnered 570,000 views and 36,700 likes on Instagram, leaving viewers stunned by the admissions display.
Some users said they were ‘paranoid’ about farting, while others said ‘you learn something new every day’.
DON’T KEEP IT IN
Experts have also previously warned that you should never keep a fart in, and if you must leave a tear, you should.
Post to TikTok, Dr. Karan Raj explains that on average, people fart about 14 times a day.
He joked: “It’s more fun. If someone tells you they don’t fart they are lying and you should turn them down immediately or else they’ve got a bowel obstruction, this is an emergency. medical”.
The NHS doctor explained to his 4.2 million TikTok followers that the average amount of farting is enough to fill a medium sized balloon.
“If you hold the fart for too long, it can be reabsorbed into the bloodstream and exhaled when you exhale,” he warns.
This means your breath smells pretty bad.
Professor Clare Collins, a nutritionist and dietitian at Newcastle University, said holding on for too long meant that the gas that had built up in the intestines would eventually escape over an uncontrollable distance.
“Your first fart of the day is usually the biggest,” explains Dr. Karan. 75% of farts are produced by bacteria in the large intestine.
“Food that isn’t broken down is chewed up by the microscopic fart-producing bacteria, and they accumulate before becoming your regular herpes.
“25% of farts are swallowed air that you don’t burp, and dissolved gas is from your blood entering your intestines.
“99% of farts are non-foul gases like hydrogen, carbon dioxide, and methane.”
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