Health: Vomiting - spoiled food or something else?

Vomiting - spoiled food or something else?


Vomiting is a powerful stomach contraction through which the esophagus and the mouth are eaten from the stomach. Usually, vomiting is a symptom or consequence of any other illness.


  Causes can be spoiled food or any alcoholic beverages if the food is unsettled or half-wasted.

However, if worms or gall bladder or stomach mucus are present, the cause is a serious illness and medical examination is necessary, the Telegraph reports.

The nausea causes various causes. It comes as a result of some gastric illnesses (eg inflammation, ulcer and gastric cancer). Likewise, vomiting can be caused by pertoneum harassing, eg. during bowel rotation, cancer, gall bladder inflammation, blindness of the colon, inflammation of the pancreas glands, various abdominal injuries, and internal bleeding.

In addition, various poisonings cause severe nausea, such as food poisoning, color poisons, morphine, acids, and bases.

There are also harmless causes. Some people (especially those who are very sensitive) vomit as a result of any irritation of the palate or throat, even during swallowing strong foods, tablets and the like.

It should always be remembered that vomiting may also occur during damage to the central nervous system. Thus, head injury, trauma or brain contusion, various inflammations and brain tumors, some ear and eye diseases - may induce intense vomiting, which does not stop. The particular form of severe vomiting is so-called "miserere", when the patient vomits through the mouth's intestinal contents.

What you need to know when the patient is vomiting

First and foremost, you should help the sick to shed more easily, keeping it from behind or under the armpits, and putting them in the forefront. Before him is placed a large container, while the chest and the belly are well covered so as not to spray.

If the patient is unable to sit down due to disturbance of consciousness, whether it has a gypsum or because of his condition after surgery - then during the vomiting, turn the head on one side and protect the sheets from the impurities .

When it comes to silencing for nausea, even if it is only a passerby, it is necessary for the patient to conceal the mouth, nose and face with a gauze so that the patient is refreshed and removed from the remnants of vomiting, which always smells and unpleasant taste, and then the mouth and throat should be cleaned, and later the room should be checked.

If the blankets and the clothes are stained by vomiting, then they should be changed. Care should be taken during cleaning, especially if there were "miserere".

Vomiting patients are not given food or liquids without the permission of the physician. Even drugs are best given in the form of injections or tubes in the intestine. In addition, during each nausea if it is not a result of a basic illness (such as ulcer, cancer, brain damage), then the cause must immediately be found.

The cause of vomiting

First of all, it is necessary to know exactly what the patient has been eating last time, have not swallowed any poison and what kind of medication he has taken in the last two days.

All suspicious foods and medicines should be stored for medical and laboratory testing, as this will alleviate the need for medical expertise.

It is also recommended that the patient should not be given food for at least two or three days after the cessation of vomiting, and juices (tea, black coffee, fruit juices) can only be given when it is certain that they are not there is damage to the digestive organs.



Any serious and intense nausea should be taken for medical examination.


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