Do you know why you fart?
First and foremost, passing gas is a totally natural bodily function.
It’s a necessary and normal part of digesting food; as your stomach and intestines break down chow for nutrients, a certain amount of gas is the inevitable by-product.
Absolutely everybody in the whole world has to do it for their digestive health, it would be much more worrisome if you didn’t fart.
How much do you know about farts besides the fact that they sound and smell funny, and come out from the bum.
These are some things you should know about them:
Men fart more than women.
The original meaning of fart if forth as wind from the anus. This word was coined in 1962.
An average person farts around 14 times a day.
Those 14 farts a day are enough to fill up a balloon.
This is not something to be embarrassed about as it means that you are healthy. So, ladies and gentlemen, if you are not farting at all, go to the doctor.
Farts are made up of hydrogen sulfide that reduces mitochondrial damage. Smelling farts can be healthy, thus next time you fart take a nice deep breath and thank the person.
Female farts tend to be stinkier as females have higher concentration of hydrogen sulfide. Female farts are healthier to smell.
Farts go as fast as 10 ft/sec.
If you have very tight sphincter you will produce louder farts as they have smaller tighter area to squeeze out from.
Gum and soda make you fart more, thus if you know somebody who farts a lot and they drink a lot of soda and chewing gum, hide it from them.
Most of the farting happens at night when we sleep.
1. It Reduces Bloating
2. It’s Good For Your Colon Health
3. It’s An Excellent Early Warning System
4. The Odor Is Good For You