Why does my stomach make popping noises?

Why does my stomach make popping noises?
It's called borborygmi, and it is caused by gas moving through the intestines. After you've eaten, or sometimes even when you feel hungry, the body starts preparing the stomach and intestines to digest food. Digestive juices are released and muscle contractions begin.
How can I stop my stomach from making noises?
Drink water. If you're stuck somewhere you can't eat and your stomach is rumbling away, drinking water can help stop it. ...
Eat slowly. ...
Eat more regularly. ...
Chew slowly. ...
Limit gas-triggering foods. ...
Reduce acidic foods. ...
Don't overeat. ...
Walk after you eat.
Full answer in: www.healthline.com
What do loud bowel sounds indicate?
Increased (hyperactive) bowel sounds can sometimes be heard even without a stethoscope. Hyperactive bowel sounds mean there is an increase in intestinal activity. This may happen with diarrhea or after eating. Oct 8, 2018
Full answer in: medlineplus.gov
Why is my stomach making popping sounds?
Noises after eating
Partly-digested food entering the small intestine is processed by bacteria that break it down further. A by-product is gas that can cause a gurgling or popping sound from the abdomen. The more noise, the more gas in the gut —but this is a normal part of the digestive process. Nov 11, 2010
Full answer in: loveyourgut.com