Always Vomit After Alcohol Consumption?
I want to ask, yesterday I was drinking alcohol and in the morning I was vomiting constantly. Every time I eat or drink I vomit. I wonder why and what is the cure? Thank you
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Consumption of alcohol is carried out properly (not to exceed 1 glass a day in women and men over the age of 65 years, and not exceed 2 glasses a day in men aged less than 65 years) in healthy people according to some literature can be good for health, because it reduces the risk of heart disease, ischemic stroke, and also diabetes. However, in people who have the talent to have the above diseases, alcohol consumption is highly recommended to be avoided, because it has more risks than benefits.
The risk of alcohol consumption can be divided into 2, namely short-term (nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, loss of consciousness, anxiety, difficulty remembering, difficulty concentrating, accident) and long-term (malignancy, pancreatitis, weak heart, heart attack, stroke, hypertension, liver disorders, to permanent brain damage). When consumption is stopped, even people who are accustomed to consuming alcohol can experience a very torturous dropout syndrome.
Nausea and vomiting that you experience after alcohol consumption is most likely due to these side effects. Not only that, nausea and vomiting can also be caused by digestive infections, dyspepsia, irritable bowel syndrome, food allergies or malabsorption, infections in other organ systems, kidney stones, head injuries, migraines, and many other possibilities.
Our Sara, if you experience vomiting more than 5 times a day, you check yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. Through a thorough physical examination, ultrasound, X-ray, laboratory, or other supporting tests, of course your doctor can give you the best treatment.
For now, what you should do is:
Stop drinking alcohol
Drink plenty of water and milk if possible
Eat a little but often
Do not yet consume foods that are acidic, spicy, and contain lots of gas
Don't also consume caffeinated and fizzy drinks
Make sure you only eat and drink clean and well cooked
Don't over-exert physical activity
Do not smoke or carelessly take medicine
Establish relationships with a good environment, do not distance yourself from alcohol, cigarettes, and drugs
Do not carelessly take medication without a doctor's prescription
Hope this helps ...