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If your mouth is dry or you’re feeling parched, you also have the tendency to swallow more, moving any of that liquid in your mouth down into your throat; this is an involuntary reaction, but you’re essentially swallowing air, thus filling your stomach with more gas. Therefore, staying hydrated is very important if you think of yourself as a chronic belcher. Drinking 6-8 glasses of water is generally recommended, depending on body size, but if you constantly feel like your mouth is dry, and your social life is suffering due to the subsequent belching, try bumping that number up to 8-10 glasses.

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