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Some have construed Tommy's FULLNESS in terms of the physical state of BLOATEDNESS which may--metaphorically or physically--follow from overeating, while others focused on the overeating itself, and others again on the force-dynamic relation between the ADJ- and the V-positions in the construction.
Norton's father considers his son selfish, his intelligence "average or below" (599); he actually winces when he discovers his son hiding in one of his dead wife's coats as if "he had seen the larva inside a cocoon" (Works 607)--recalling the bloatedness of Roquentin's revelation; he pretends to not see him waiting in bed to be tucked in one night; he dismisses Norton's interest in the telescope.
Symptoms can vary greatly but tend to include discomfort in the abdomen, bloatedness, constipation, diarrhoea, excessive wind and/or indigestion.
Dooley suggests sufferers keep a daily record of their main symptoms - such as depression, irritability, bloatedness or breast tenderness.
Drink plenty of fluids but not during the meal as this will increase the sense of bloatedness.
She explains: "My friend had sought help for IBS and it struck me I had similar symptoms: bloatedness, cramp, constipation and just feeling generally sluggish.
She was previously investigated for a three-month history of bloatedness and constipation, and was on triple therapy for suspected H.
Petronius emphasizes culinary reminders of death, a literal tempus edax: bloatedness, constipation, nausea, intoxication, gas, la grande bouffe.
He put it down to 'Delhi belly' as he'd just returned from a business trip to India but when the symptoms of bloatedness, constipation and diarrhoea worsened, he consulted a doctor.
This also reduces wind, bloatedness and constipation.
It was as though there was some kind of invisible stick in the sky about to beat me for failing to deliver the compulsory goods of busyness, bloatedness and seasonal good cheer.
Stinging nettle/quercetin may help hay-fever sufferers, try chamomile is soothing for restful sleep and colic, and artichokes aid digestion of fatty foods to ease bloatedness