why do you produce saliva before vomiting
Well, but still, reading the comments, it kind of confusing which is true. In my opinion though, I think spiting it out is better because more are saying it, BUT I am not sure that is safe for you to spit it out OR to swallow it! On another website, it said that mouth water in the mouth before vomiting is natural, because the acid in you stomach can harm your throat, tongue, and teeth. So, the saliva neutralizes the acid and also dilutes and rinses.
Swallowing the spit may work to prevent vomiting BUT what if it doesn t? Spitting out the spit may help you stop vomiting BUT what if it doesn t? Know what I say, Just keep it in your mouth!
Puke, vomit, barf, chunderchunks. Whatever you call it, most of us have done it. It's pretty disgusting, but usually it's helpful. Often, we need to be sick to get rid of something harmful in our stomach. What is sick? Sick is half-digested food mixed with spit, slimy stomach mucus and other stomach juices.
Mmm! Why are we sick? Normally you are sick if you have a virus or bacteria in your stomach or intestines. Your body wants to get rid of them the fastest way it knows how - puking! Sometimes people are sick if they are nervous, travelling or go on a fast ride in a theme park. Did you know? When you vomit, your body produces more saliva. This helps to protect your teeth from stomach acid.
How are we sick? Your brain sends a message to your diaphragm, stomach muscles and intestine muscles saying "get rid of that food! " The muscles in your stomach and intestines push food towards your mouth instead of down towards your intestines. The bad smell is due to stomach acids and a chemical called bile. Bile helps to digest fatty foods. When you puke, bile can come up along with the half-digested food. It smells pretty bad!
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