Content of the material
- Does baking soda really deodorize?
- 5. Acute gastritis
- How do you freshen furniture naturally?
- The Best Breathing Techniques for Deepthroating
- Time Your Breathing With the Movements
- Breathe Through Your Nose
- Breathe During Breaks
- Step 4: Gargle With Mouthwash
- When should I seek immediate care?
- Additional Helpful tips
- How to Prepare to Deepthroat Your Guy
- Establish Strong Communication
- Set a Safe Gesture
- Loosen Up Your Mouth
- Causes of Vomiting Belches
- LES Dysfunction
- Overeating, Alcoholic and Carbonated Drinks
- Gastric Outlet Obstruction
- Other Causes and Risks
- What Happens When We Vomit?
- Clear vomit treatments
- At-home care
- Other treatment options
Does baking soda really deodorize?
When it comes down to it, baking soda is apowerful deodorizer, and yes, it actually does work(somewhat) when it comes to keeping fridge odors at bay. The reasonbaking soda works so well at getting rid of odors is becauseof the fact that it neutralizes both acids as well asbases.
5. Acute gastritis
- Nausea or vomiting
- Loss of appetite
- Belly pain, usually in the upper abdomen
- Feeling bloated, usually after eating
Gastritis is an umbrella term for when your stomach lining becomes inflamed. This can happen due to a bacterial infection, overuse of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs like ibuprofen and naproxen), too much alcohol, or an autoimmune condition. Chronic gastritis can be a lifelong issue, but acute gastritis usually clears up within a few days to weeks.
Treatment requires a visit to your doctor. If it's due to a medication, they may switch your prescription. If it's an infection, your doctor will prescribe antibiotics. And if it's an autoimmune reaction, you might need to see a specialist.
How do you freshen furniture naturally?Ingredients
- ½ cup white vinegar.
- ½ cup rubbing alcohol.
- 1 cup filtered water.
- 15 drops lavender essential oil.
- Fresh lemon peel and lavender sprigs (optional)
- 16 ounce spray bottle.
The Best Breathing Techniques for Deepthroating
Once you’ve chosen a great oral sex position, it’s time to sort out your breathing. When you try deepthroating a cock for the first time, you’ll find that breathing can be a little challenging. Here are three easy-to-master breathing techniques that you can try.
Time Your Breathing With the Movements
One of the best ways to master the right breathing technique for deepthroating is trying to imagine that you are trying to ‘inhale’ the cock, or ‘breathe’ it in. As you take the cock into your mouth, take a deep breath in and as you move the cock out, exhale. When you start out, you’ll want to take the cock into your mouth for just a few moments. When your gag reflex kicks in, hold the cock in place until it passes. Then take the cock out and exhale. Repeating this will give you plenty of time to inhale and exhale while still giving him an awesome deepthroat experience!
Breathe Through Your Nose
The second technique is to breathe through your nose during the split second between him pulling his cock out and you deepthroating it again. Depending on your anatomy and the size of his shaft, they may not be possible, but it’s worth trying. If you can master this trick, it’s a great way to breathe as much as you need while deepthroating!
Breathe During Breaks
Unfortunately, you may find the timing method and breathing through your nose doesn’t work for you. Luckily, there’s a third way: The third breathing technique I want to share with you involves taking a break from deepthroating after ten seconds or so and giving your guy some hand action while you take a few deep breaths. This lets you get enough oxygen in your lungs to last for another ten seconds of deepthroating without having to breathe.
I don’t expect ALL of these techniques to work. Instead, I suggest that you take some time to experiment with these breathing techniques and find out which one(s) you prefer. You may find that a combination of techniques helps you find the right rhythm and makes the deepthroating go much smoother!
Step 4: Gargle With Mouthwash
In order to take the taste of vomit out of your mouth, you will need a strong, mint flavored mouthwash because the acids in our stomachs that come up into our mouths when we vomit are very, very strong. -So take as much *mouthwash as it takes to fill up your mouth about halfway, and gargle/ swish. Do so for however long as you feel necessary. -Afterward, you want to gargle with water in order to make sure all of the mouthwash is cleared out of your mouth along with the flavor from the vomit. *Note: you may need a lot of mouthwash.
When should I seek immediate care?
- You see blood in your vomit or your bowel movements.
- You have sudden, severe pain in your chest and upper abdomen after hard vomiting or retching.
- You have swelling in your neck and chest.
- You are dizzy, cold, and thirsty, and your eyes and mouth are dry.
- You are urinating very little or not at all.
- You have muscle weakness, leg cramps, and trouble breathing.
- Your heart is beating much faster than normal.
- You continue to vomit for more than 48 hours.
Additional Helpful tips
- Wear rubber gloves to protect your hands from germs.
- If you can’t stand the smell of vomit, block the odor by chewing mint gum or rubbing a mint-based or other strong-smelling ointment under your nostrils.
- Always clean up vomit in a well-ventilated space. Open windows and turn on any fans to help the odor disperse.
- Clean and disinfect any tools that you used.
How to Prepare to Deepthroat Your Guy
Once you’ve successfully desensitized your gag reflex, it’s time to practice deepthroating your man! But before you try deepthroat training with a real cock, there are three specific steps you should take.
Establish Strong Communication
Before you start deepthroating a real dick, you need to have good communication and trust with your man. After all, putting any object into your throat introduces the risk of choking so you need to be absolutely sure that you can trust him to stop at any time.
If your guy is smart and caring, he’ll understand that deepthroating is risky and can be extremely uncomfortable and difficult for you. Some guys, however, won’t understand or care, and may even get off on how uncomfortable deepthroating is for you! That’s why it’s important to TALK to your man and explain that making deepthroating easier for you will make it more pleasurable for him!
Set a Safe Gesture
As deepthroating is an inherently risky sexual activity, you need to find a way of signalling to your partner that the activity must stop. As your mouth will be full, a safe word won’t cut it! From your partner’s perspective, it may not be clear if your gagging to make thing erotic or if you’re actually in trouble until it’s too late.
That’s why I recommend setting a safe gesture like a hand signal or a particular action. Be firm with your man and warn them that you’ll either bite his shaft or squeeze his testicles HARD if he doesn’t stop!
Loosen Up Your Mouth
To deepthroat your guy’s dick, you need to relax your mouth and your facial muscles. Moaning, humming, and singing are helpful as they help keep your muscles nicely loose and limber. Warming up your muscles will help you take more of your partner’s cock into your mouth.
Now that you’re nicely prepared to deepthroat your guy, it’s time to look at the best oral sex positions to try!
Causes of Vomiting Belches
Every person belches several times in a day and it is not always noticeable as a loud long burp. This expulsion of gas is usually not accompanied by regurgitation or reflux that is substantial or forceful enough to cause the gut contents to reach the mouth. However, in some people and with some conditions there may be vomit tasting burps. It is more likely to occur when belching is forced or excessive. Nausea and heartburn are common accompanying symptoms.
Read more on excessive belching.
The lower esophageal sphincter (LES) normally prevents backflow of stomach contents into the esophagus. When it is does not close properly, the stomach contents enter the esophagus and may also reach as high as the mouth. This is known as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) or commonly as acid reflux. It may be caused by weakening of the muscles that comprise the sphincter, problems with nerves supplying these muscles and conditions like a hiatal hernia.
Overeating, Alcoholic and Carbonated Drinks
Overeating is another common cause of belching and acid reflux. The excessive stretching of the stomach can affect the normal functioning of the lower esophageal sphincter (LES). Vomit tasting burps with overeating are also more likely to occur if alcoholic and large amounts of carbonated beverages are consumed. Certain foods are also more likely to cause belching and reflux, particularly spicy and greasy foods.
Read more on foods and drinks that cause acid reflux.
Gastroenteritis is a common infection of the digestive tract due to viruses, bacteria, protozoan and the toxins of these infectious agents. Viral gastroenteritis is usually referred to as stomach flu. Often it is spread through contaminated food or water, hence the term food poisoning. Vomiting is a common symptom along with nausea, diarrhea and abdominal pain. Belching may also occur and this can be accompanied by vomiting at times.
Gastric Outlet Obstruction
After food is both partially digested (both mechanically and chemically) within the stomach, it is slowly passed out into the duodenum of the small intestine. If the stomach outlet is too narrow or blocked then the gastric chyme may ferment in the stomach. This can lead to excessive belching and reflux. Obstructions may be caused by tumors (both bening or cancerous), hardening of the stomach tissue, peptic ulcers, infections and damaged nerves.
Belching and reflux are common in pregnancy. Apart from morning sickness in early pregnancy where these symptoms are common, the enlarged uterus in late pregnancy may also cause belching with reflux as there is pressure on the stomach. Furthermore the pregnancy hormones are believed to weaken the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) which increases the risk of reflux.
Other Causes and Risks
A number of other conditions and risk factors may increase the risk of excessive belching and acid reflux. This includes:
- Aerophagia (excessive air swallowing)
- Bile reflux
- Food intolerances or malabsorption syndromes
- Hiatal hernia
- Small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO)
Sometimes the stomach contents do not reach the mouth during a belch. Instead the odor from the gut is carried up to the nose during a belch where it is perceived as a vomit tasting or smelling burp.
Read more on sulfur burps.
What Happens When We Vomit?
Humans are actually one of the few mammals that vomit in nature. Depending on the condition or cause, the brain sends a signal to the diaphragm and the stomach which propels the food up the esophagus and out the mouth.
As defined by VIVO Pathophysiology, vomiting is:
The uncomfortable sensation that makes a person feel as if they will vomit. Scientists are not agreed upon the exact way the sensation is processed by the brain, but almost all people have experienced nausea for one reason or another. Note: nausea does not always lead to vomiting.
When the stomach contracts repeatedly in what many people describe as “dry heaving.” Physiologically, it’s spasmodic respiratory movements with a closed glottis. Unfamiliar with the glottis? It’s the space between vocal cords located in the larynx.
First, a deep breath is taken, the glottis closes, and the larynx opens the upper esophageal sphincter. Second, the diaphragm contracts to create negative pressure, opening the esophagus. Then, abdominal muscles are contracted and pressure within the gastric system becomes intensified. This clears the passage for the stomach’s contents to be launched up through the opened esophagus and out the mouth.
Clear vomit treatments
Dr. Rx Since vomiting is common in children, it is important to discuss proper home management. The younger the child, the higher risk of dehydration. And the more difficult it is to assess for concerning signs and symptoms. This is also true for the elderly. —Dr. Manuelpillai
Most symptoms of clear vomiting go away on their own after 2 to 3 days. During this time:
- Stay well-hydrated. Drink water and replace lost electrolytes by drinking sports drinks (e.g., Gatorade) and/or electrolyte supplements (e.g., Pedialyte).
- Slowly reintroduce bland food once you can hold down clear fluids.
- If soft, bland foods stay down, try small amounts of carbohydrates, such as crackers or bread.
- Avoid fatty foods. They can make vomiting worse.
Over-the-counter medications and supplements
- Antihistamines, such as Dramamine
- Ginger supplements like teas and chews. This is especially helpful if you have morning sickness.
Other treatment options
- Your doctor may prescribe anti-nausea and vomiting medications, such as ondansetron, metoclopramide, diclegis (approved for use in pregnancy), compazine, or phenergan.