Gas pain in chest? Here are 3 tricks for immediate relief.


If you are reading this article, your gas pain in chest is probably not a heart attack.

A heart attack ususally comes with the following symptoms:

  • Sharp pain behind your sternum that moves towards the jaw
  • Shortness of breath
  • Cold sweats
  • Sudden fatigue and lightheadedness

Still, gas pain in chest is not normal.

This article will help you understand why it is happening, and outline 2 simple tricks for immediate relief.

Why do I have gas pain in chest?

When trapped gas pushes your stomach outward, it pressed against your abdomen.

You’ll feel ‘tight’ in your stomach area…

…but you’ll feel the pain in your chest.

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Is gas always the cause?


Sometimes, the cause can be acidity.

Pain in chest due to acidity is called heart burn.

Heartburn happens when acid spills outside your stomach.

You’ll feel a burn in your throat…

….but you’ll feel the pain in your chest.

“In 3 months my BP
Dropped from 160/100 to 130/80.”

-Ujjwal Kohli

How do I stop my gas pain in chest, immediately?

The answer changes depending on whether your pain in chest in caused by trapped gas or acidity.


If your pain in chest is caused by trapped gas…

…then lie on the floor and hold your knees to your chest.

Trick #1: Pawanmukhtasan

Research shows that staying in this positions makes it easier for gas in your stomach to leave by burping…

…and gas in your colon to leave by farting.


If the pain in chest is caused by acidity…

…then immediately lie on your left side.

Trick # 2: lie down on your left side

Research shows that this position usually lying down on your left side helps lower stomach acid and clear esophageal acid quickly.


If you have a kitchen close-by, find some crushed saunf seeds and mishri sugar.

Mix them into a 50%:50% ratio (i.e. 5gms to 5gms) and have a spoonful.

You’ll be very, very surprised at how quickly this works.

Trick #3: Saunf and Mishri

How do I stop the pain, in the long run?

Pain in chest is a result of hyperacidity or bloating.

To stop the pain, permanently, you need to fix your hyperacidity or bloating.

Here are two practical, actionable guides which may help 👇

You can take a look at these extensive guides to address your hyperacidity or bloating from within.

👉 Hyperacidity: The guide that has worked for 300+ Indians

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clean or dirty?

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