Sulfur burps is considered a sign of the body is full. However, if belching occurs many times or followed by other symptoms, then there could be health problems underlying the condition. Actually why do someone burp after eating? Although sometimes embarrassing, but burping is one of the normal functions of the body that is beneficial to release gas or air that accumulate in the stomach so as to reduce discomfort. When a person eats or drinks, then it is not just food and drink that goes into the body. But air like nitrogen and oxygen gas also get into the stomach and if it has piled up this air must be removed through burp.
This incoming air or gas is forced out of the stomach and then up into the esophagus (a tube connecting the back of the esophagus to the abdomen) to be removed through the mouth so that there is a burp. But if sulfur burps occurs many times or followed by other symptoms, then there could be health problems underlying such conditions such as dyspepsia, this condition refers to a group of symptoms related to digestive function. In addition to burps, other symptoms can also accompany such as flatulence, pain, nausea, vomiting, feeling too full after a meal, lack of appetite or spewing some food that has been entered into the body.
Some things can cause this like psychological stress, smoking, alcohol use and drugs like aspirin. Disorders of the esophagus, this condition usually not only causes sulfur burps, but sometimes followed by acid flow of the stomach or food that turns from the contents of the stomach to the esophagus, causing discomfort. Ulcer, this condition is caused by increasing the amount of stomach acid in the stomach causing discomfort. This can make a person more often burp that is sometimes followed by a sense of nausea and vomiting.