Do’s and dont’s vomiting

Hey guys out there. This article is gonna help:

  • Pregnant women who almost feel nauseous and have pukes in frequent intervals.
  • Children at most are affected by so called emesis (scientifically) aka vomiting specificalaly due to digestion system disorders.
  • Travelers who tend to compromise to eat and drink whatever available or just say travel sickness.

Don’t confuse with the yellow liquid that comes once you have a meal that is just excreted from the bile!! One of the puke types but not serious one.

Puke it all

How to stop vomiting

Vomiting is an infection (not a disease) that causes an impulsive release of stomach fluids through mouth.

  • So puke it all; just vomit and cleanse your system all at once. Toilets are great to flush things easily.
  • Try not to vomit in sinks as it becomes hard to drain the mess and the smell further makes you go wild.
  • Prevent choking

Dry-heaves

Travelers most of the time or people who feel nauseous while on a long drive by car/bus/train/plane experience dry-heaves – YOU FEEL LIKE VOMIT, it’s at trigger, but nothing comes out

  • The nauseous saliva production in your mouth feels very unpleasant.
  • Prevent it – Rest either in a sitting position or in a propped lying position.
  • Drink fruit juices in sips.

The best is here – a slice of fresh ginger or lemon works for immediate relief.

Traveler tips

As you are exposed to unhygienic eating habits and other plethora irritants and minor bacterial/viral infections are frequent.

  • Always carry a carry bag to puke on the go
  • Carry Rehydration / electrolyte drink sachets along
  • Water bottle

Get hydrated

Refill your salts to help body carry out its functions normally and help you bounce back to normal soon.

  • Drink herbal teas like ginger tea
  • Sucking on ice chips or popsicles helps
  • Sugarcane juice
  • Coriander water – boil 1tspn coriander seeds + 1 cup water
  • Water of cumin seeds and fennel seeds
  • Buttermilk
  • Dry grapes – chew on
  • Coconut juice
  • Chew on few Tulsi (Holy basil)/ Pudina (Peppermint) / Saunf (Fennel seed)

If you are actively vomiting, take some time to take solid foods.

Bland foods to get energy

Home remedies for vomiting & headache

Feel gravity!!! The uninvited automatic reflex contraction of diaphragm and abdominal muscles forced out all your undigested food, feces and water out; take time when feel like having food – go for plain bland foods.

Having spicy foods could make your throat and stomach upset – The sensitive gut needs simple and plain food.

  • Bananas, yogurt and bread
  • Vegetable porridge / kichidi
  • Avoid milk it exaggerates you to vomit
  • Alcohol, caffeine, carbonated beverages – make you dehydrated.

Fresh air to feel fresh

  • Sit calm – try to get yourself indulged into some activity.
  • Stay away from fragrances or perfumes or smelly foods.
  • Deep breathing exercises work. Inhale through nose and exhale through mouth.

Doctor time

It’s probably you should see a doctor:

  • Blood in their vomit
  • Heads moving left/right with headaches
  • Actively vomiting for 2-3 days
  • Weak and lethargic