35 Useful Ways How to Treat Your Stomach after Vomiting

Vomiting is a body reflex that you can’t control. When you vomit, you are releasing some contents from your stomach using your mouth. Most importantly, here are 35 Ways How to Treat Your Stomach after Vomiting for you to know with causes and effects.  Vomiting also known as throwing up. It recognized as an act which disgorging from the stomach through the mouth. In medical words, it called “emesis”.

Before we give you information about ways how to treat your stomach after vomiting, here i give you information about several causes as well as effects from vomiting, as follows:

Causes of Vomiting

Below are some causes of vomiting:

  • Flu
  • Overeating
  • Food Poisoning
  • Stress
  • Motion Sickness

Effects from Vomiting

Some effects you may feel include:

  • Nausea
  • Weakness
  • Light headed
  • Stuffy nose

Treatments for Stomach

Below are the ways to treat your stomach after vomiting:

1. Lie on Your Side

Lying flat on your bed or any other surface may cause you to vomit again. When you lie on your left side, you avoid your gastric juice from coming up again. Meanwhile, when you are lying on your right side, you relaxes the aesophagus. That way, you reduce the chance of more vomiting.

2. Sit Down

Sitting down is another option that you can do after vomiting. Make sure that your body is properly upright. When your body and your head is upright, you allow yourself to feel better. Your stomach will take its time to properly settle down. Sitting down can also prevent nausea as you make yourself a bit more relaxed.

3. Drink Water

Vomiting can cause that burning feeling in your throat. Your taste bud doesn’t feel right and you may feel a bit of dryness too. Drink water after you vomit. You don’t have to take a big gulp. Sip some water in small amount. What matters most is keeping your body hydrated.

4. Eat Small Portion

Don’t immediately eat food after you are done vomiting. Let your body cool down. After an hour or two, start eating in small portion. Small portions are better because big portions will make you sick again. Your stomach still needs adjusting after all that vomiting.

5. Eat Slowly

When you eat your small portion meal, remember to slow down. Don’t rush yourself to finish the meal. Take your time while also paying attention to how your stomach feels. Forcing yourself to eat quickly may cause inflammation to your stomach. It might not be able to take it all in and vomit all the food out.

6. Drink Ginger Tea

A cup of warm ginger tea can help in healing the stomach. Also it can get rid of any nausea that you feel.

  • Grate some fresh ginger.
  • Add some boiling water.
  • Leave for 10 minutes and drink.

7. Drink Clove Tea

Drinking clove tea can also help in relieving the stomach after vomiting. It is antibacterial and will reduce any light headedness that you may feel.

  • Boil some water.
  • Add a teaspoon of cloves to the water.
  • Pour into drinking glass and leave for 10 minutes.

8. Eat Fennel Seeds

Other than drinking to make your stomach feel better, you can also eat some seeds. The best seeds to eat are fennel seeds. They are known to improve the digestive function of the stomach. Snack on some of the seeds while you are resting until you feel a whole lot better.

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9. Eat Bland Food

Try to eat food that are quite flavourless after you vomit. Bland food won’t further induce vomiting or nausea. The kinds of bland food that you should eat are potatoes, rice, biscuits, baked chicken, baked fish or warm toasts. Besides those, you can also eat a banana if you want a solid fruit.

10. Eat Watery Fruits

You should also try to eat some watery fruits like watermelons for your stomach. The watery fruits can help your stomach to regain some health back. Also, the water contents in the fruits will keep your body hydrated. Hydration is very important after vomitting as it keeps the body cool.

11. Restore Electrolytes

Vomiting may also cause some imbalance in the electrolytes that you have in your body. Electrolytes are crucial to the body as they help all the organs to work properly. Some sport drinks contain good electrolytes. Coconut water is also good for your stomach as it is tasty too.

12. Warm Compress

Vomiting will make your stomach feel a bit weird to you. To handle that, place a warm pad or a warm compress on your stomach. Make sure that the heat is not too much to avoid unwanted burns. The heat from the compress and the pad will make your stomach feel better.

13. Rub Chamomile Oil

Chamomile oil is known to relieve pain from cramps during menstruation. But you can also use it after you’re vomitting. Slowly rub some chamomile oil all over your stomach. The oil will give some relief from inflammation in the stomach. Repeat rubbing the oil for as much as you want.

14. Apply Peppermint Oil

Applying some peppermint oil can be useful too. It will make all the muscles in the stomach to relax. Any pain you are feeling in your stomach will begin to subside. Some people may feel a bit sensitive to peppermint oil so apply according to your preference.

15. Drink Mint Tea

Drinking a warm mint tea will soothe your stomach. The menthol it contains will cool down your stomach and your whole body. It helps in relaxing your body too so you won’t feel like you’re going to vomit again. Any nausea will also dissappear.

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Here are more solutions that you can do.

  • No Sugary Food: Induce bloating.
  • No Spicy Food: Cause inflammation.
  • No Citric Fruits: Too acidic.
  • Avoid Dairies: Induce nausea.
  • Avoid Juice: Too much acid.
  • Eat Vegetables: Helps in digestion.
  • No Soft Drinks: Too carbonated.
  • Drink Fennel Tea: Restores good digestion.
  • Drink Lemon Balm Tea: Reduce nausea.
  • Drink Ginger Ale: Calms the stomach.
  • Don’t Starve: Upsets the stomach.
  • Avoid Fried Food: Too greasy.
  • Reduce Activity: Let stomach rest.
  • Coconut Oil: Mix a spoonful to warm tea.
  • Purging: Let it all out so stomach will be relieved.
  • Stretch Body: Relaxes muscles in stomach.
  • Don’t Press Stomach: Pressure induce vomiting.
  • Avoid Caffeine: May cause acid build up.
  • Avoid Alcohol: Inflames the stomach.
  • Suck on Ice Blocks: Keep stomach hydrated.

Things to Consider

Pregnant women should take extra cautions when treating their stomach. Stay on the safe side and don’t consume something that you are unsure of. Consult with doctors for better treatment.

Also, preventing a vomit from happening is quite hard because it’s reflex. As long as you avoid excess activity and stop consuming some irritating food mentioned above then you’re safe. But have a bucket by your bed in case you feel sick and want to vomit.

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Treat your body gently after vomiting. Recovery will not be instant so be patient with yourself.

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