5 reasons why some people’s fart sound louder than others

5 reasons why some people’s fart sound louder than others

What exactly is a fart?

Farts are caused by trapped air, which can come from many sources. Some of it is air that we swallowed while chewing or drinking. Some air is caused by gas seeping into our intestines from our blood, and some gas is produced by chemical reactions in our intestines or by bacteria living in our guts.

If we fart, that is a sign that our body is healing from the inside. Naturally, some of us fart at least ten times a day, but you will notice that some flatulence is so loud that you can hear them from a distance.

Some flatulence is so soft that if someone is standing next to you, they won’t notice the sound or know where the smell is coming from.

If your fart sounds different, here are the reasons why:

1. The sound of your fart depends on the type of food you eat.

For example, if you eat a lot of chicken and drink carbonated soft drinks, your fart tends to sound loud.

This is because soda contains gas and chicken contains some level of protein and fat. If you drink a lot of thick yogurt, it can also change the way your fart sounds.

2. Another factor that determines how loud or soft your fart sounds is how you position your body at the time the gas comes out your anus.

If you position your body in a way that does not allow a free flow of release through the anus, your flatulence may not sound louder.

3. The sound of your farts is affected by how much gas has built up inside, and how quickly it comes out.

It also depends on how tight your sphincter muscles (SFINK-ter) are. They touch the anus and help keep it closed. All these things together cause vibrations as the gas pushes out. If the sphincter is relaxed, your fart will probably be on the quieter side! But if those muscles are tight (as they are when you’re trying not to fart), you’re likely to clench, honk, roar, or roar.

4. The sound of your fart is also determined by the way your anus opens during the fart.

It is like a tight balloon that releases air.

If your anus doesn’t open very wide to allow the gas to be released, it will sound louder. When your anus is open wide, your fart will not make a loud noise.

5. You can control the sound of your fart by relaxing the reflex intestinal muscles that push the gas out.

Allow your anus to open gradually so that you can release the gas gently. This will not cause a loud flatulence sound.

Source:mentalfloss.com, thehealthsite.com, nationaldailyng.com