Bloating is usually caused by excess and trapped wind in the abdomen.
But other causes can include the body retaining fluid or the stomach struggling to digest certain foods.
There are three common bloating culprits to watch out for, which may mean making a few switches in your diet.
According to Dr Mehmet Oz, former health expert on The Oprah Winfrey Show, sodium, starches and artificial sweeteners can promote bloating.
On his self-titled website, it explains: that odium causes the body to retain fluid.
It adds: “Before you reach for the saltshaker, consider swapping your snacks for a healthier option.
“Avoid buying frozen dinners and processed foods, as they are often overloaded with salt.”
These are carbohydrates that are sometimes difficult for the stomach to digest, according to the site.
It says: “Heavy starches such as bread, potatoes and pasta can cause water retention.
“Any food products made from flour, especially whole-wheat flour, form gas when broken down in the large intestine.
“Beware of eating these types of food before bedtime to avoid feeling inflated in the morning.”
These are commonly found in reduced-calorie foods, processed products and get or decaffeinated drinks.
It says: “They contain chemical compounds called sucralose, aspartame, and cyclamate that the digestive tract cannot break down easily.
“Sweeteners, which can be up to 300 times sweeter than natural sugar, are known to increase appetite and result in overeating.
“Be on the lookout for artificial sweeteners, and when possible, steer clear of them.”
Holland & Barrett recommends taking friendly bacteria supplements to help beat the bloat.
The high street health shop says these can aid digestion and help contract the negative effects of bad bacteria in your gut.
It adds: “Best of all, numerous studies have shown they may help ease symptoms of IBS like pain, gas and bloating.
“There are many different types available, so you may need to experiment to find one that works for you.”