Drink clear or ice-cold drinks, eat light and bland food items, avoid greasy or spicy foods, don't mix hot and cold foods, and try to eat and drink slowly.
Vomiting can be caused by many reasons. However the most common reasons are overeating, food poisoning, motion sickness, altitude sickness, seasickness, binge-drinking, ulcers, concussions, emotional distress or early stages of pregnancy.
In most cases, vomiting is harmless and the feelings of discomfort pass immediately after the patient vomits. However, it could also be due to an underlying issue like meningitis, concussion, intestinal blockage or appendicitis. Vomiting can also lead to dehydration of the patient. Hence it is important to treat the underlying cause if the patient ever feels the need to throw up again and again.
Take a break from solid food for some time. Stay hydrated. Eat small, bland meals every few hours. Sucking on ice chips can help fight dehydration. Avoid spicy and greasy foods.
The mouth produces extra saliva that is alkaline in nature to prevent damage to the teeth and mouth from the acids of the stomach. The diaphragm contracts in short pulses to squeeze the stomach, and the glottis closes the airway so that vomit doesn't go into the lungs. The pyloric sphincter located at the bottom of the stomach pinches, so that all of the stomach's contents are released from the mouth. The body produces sweat due to sudden exertion.
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