Swim Bladder Disease Betta- Quick How to Cure Guide!
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Betta Swim Bladder Disease
It is not actually a disease, but a pack of symptoms or causes that can effect the bettas swim bladder. A swim bladder is an organ that can help the betta to swim easier in place. Some common problems that could effect it are:
infection, constipation, overfeeding and stress/shock. It could also be caused by bacteria or parasites.
Please check out our full article to see on the best ways to treat betta swim bladder disease. Thanks!
Epsom Salt for Swim Bladder Disease
Epsom salt is a great, low risk way to try and provide relifed to a betta’s constipation.
1)Add 1 tablespoon of epsom salt to 2 litres of conditioned water (1/2 gallon) in a plastic jug. Stir to dissolve.
2)Replace the water from the tank into the so its the same temperature.
3) Let your betta swim it for 10 minutes.
4) If your bettas constipated isnt over, put him back in the tank.
5)Make sure your fish is OK in the bath, if he taps out, add him back into the tank.
Swim Bladder Disease Betta: Conclusion
Thanks for reading! We wish you all the best on your fishkeeping journey.
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Written by Tom Baxter, Betta Fish News