You can’t force yourself to throw up, but you can cause the vomit reflex by means of a finger down the throat or with liquids such as salt water or lemon juice.
To do this, keep your finger near the back of your tongue and suck until you gag and then swallow. Some people think it is easier to induce vomiting if they hold their nose and flex their stomach muscles.
It is important to remember that you can cause damage to your body by throwing up.
You may also cause damage if you eat or drink too much before vomiting. Repeated vomiting can lead to dehydration, low blood sugar levels and exhaustion which could result in serious consequences.
Some of the most common causes for people deliberately inducing vomiting include eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and obesity. But there are times when vomiting is not intentional.
Vomiting can follow the ingestion of poisons or if you have a particularly bad hangover.
The early signs of someone who has vomited include feeling nauseous, stomach cramps, loss of appetite, sweating and shaking. If you continue to vomit for a long time, you may get a headache and feel faint.
In some cases people resort to self induced vomiting when they feel unhealthy from not eating or drinking enough.
If you practice vomiting, make sure that the substances you are ingesting do not cause damage to your body over a long time period. In some cases, the substances you are ingesting may be poisonous, in which case you should never induce vomiting.
However there are people who claim that this has helped them to lose weight when combined with other eating habits.
It is important that if someone close to you feels unwell because of vomiting they should receive medical treatment to prevent any further complications. If it is someone you know has deliberately induced vomiting, they will need to seek professional help.
So this is how to make yourself throw up.