This artist is admitted to the hospital due to holding a fart in front of his girlfriend, this is how dangerous it is! – A Brazilian artist Viviane de Querioz Pereira had to be rushed to the hospital due to often holding her fart in front of her lover out of shame.

At first, Viviane woke up in the morning with such severe pain in her stomach that she was rushed to the hospital. Upon examination, it turned out that the pain was caused by the frequent holding of farts.

Because of that, Viviane also advised others to no longer hold in farts, even in front of their lover and never feel ashamed.

“But that’s all it happened. Now I’m fine. It’s only because of the accumulation of held farts,” Viviane said on Instagram, quoted from LadBible.

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Actually quoted from Hellohealth, holding the fart has no danger. However, your stomach will feel bloated and uncomfortable.

Illustration of people farting.  (Shutterstock)
Illustration of people farting. (Shutterstock)

Research in New Zealand Medical Journal said that the habit of holding in farts can have an immediate effect in the form of stomach pain and discomfort.

Because, this habit affects the flow in the digestive system. So holding in the farts can cause heartburn, bloating and digestive problems.

Bowel pressure can also cause gas to be trapped in the intestines so that the intestines distend due to gas blockages.

This increasing intestinal pressure will make you stressed and feel uncomfortable because it is difficult to hold gas.

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Holding in a fart can also have a direct impact in the form of increasing heart rate and blood pressure.

Health experts have also found that this habit is associated with the risk of diverticulitis. Diverticulitis is a condition when the small pouches in the lining of the intestine become inflamed.

The disease can worsen and lead to life-threatening infections if not treated promptly. This case is rare, but elderly people who are more vulnerable should be aware of it.