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Your Questions About Can Swallowing Make You Sick

Donna asks…

Help! How much mouth wash do you have to swallow to get sick?

I don’t even know that i swallowed it but it for sure came out my nose. I was able to spit a large amount of mouth wash out so if I did even swallow some it wasn’t much. Help!!

Wendy answers:

I’m sure that you’ll be fine, as long as you don’t constantly swallow it.

Thomas asks…

Am I supposed to feel sick after a work out?

Went for a work out today. I am COMPLETELY out of shape! Never worked out a day in my life. Now I feel dizzy and sick to my stomach. Is this normal?

Wendy answers:

Hello Sam,

You’ve just finished a tough workout at the gym and instead of feeling a sense of accomplishment, you feel nauseous instead. Nausea after exercising is not an uncommon symptom and can occur for a variety of reasons. When you exercise hard, your body diverts nutrients and blood flow to the hard working muscles and conserves energy by signaling the brain to slow down digestion. The result is delayed digestion and, in some cases, nausea, especially if you’ve eaten recently.
Other Reasons for Nausea After Exercising

One common reason for nausea after exercise is poor meal timing in relation to exercise. Exercising on an empty stomach can cause blood sugar levels to drop resulting in lightheadedness, weakness, and nausea, particularly if you do an intense workout. On the other hand, exercising within an hour or two after a meal can cause intestinal distress in some people. It’s ideal to wait at least two hours, preferably three after eating a meal before heading to the gym, and keep the meal light if you’ll be doing a tough workout. Some people make the mistake of snacking between exercise sets which can cause excess air to be swallowed, leading to nausea. To keep blood sugar levels from dropping, add a quality source of protein to your pre-workout meal and avoid simple sugars and soft drinks.

Dehydration Can Cause Nausea

Another reason for nausea after exercise is dehydration. Dehydration not only causes nausea, but dizziness and lightheadedness as well. With an intense workout in a warm environment, mild dehydration is not uncommon. Always drink sixteen ounces of fluid two hours before a workout and another sixteen ounces afterwards. Avoid fluids that have sugar or caffeine. Keep a water bottle nearby and take small sips of water every ten minutes during a workout, particularly if it’s warm. Avoid drinking large quantities of water since it can slosh around in your stomach and make you feel heavier.

Are You Overdoing It?

Nausea after exercise can be a sign that you’re pushing yourself too hard. Try lightening up on your workout and see if the symptoms resolve. Give your body a chance to adapt to a new routine before jumping in full force. If you’re exercising in a warm environment, make sure you’re wearing lighter clothing that allows sweat to evaporate. Overheating can cause to nausea related to heat exhaustion.

If you continue to experience nausea after exercise despite making these changes, check with your doctor as a variety of medical conditions ranging from anemia to pregnancy can cause nausea after exercising

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George asks…

How can i swallow my parnters cum without being sick?

I want to be able to swallow my parnters cum without bring it bk up. He always wants me to swallow it but i cnt then i feel bad when i say no. I want to be able to do this as i know it will make his eyea glow and make him want me more. What should i do?

Wendy answers:

Make him eat pineapple, it makes the semen sweet and stay away from spicy foods, alcohol and tobacco.

Laura asks…

How to tell when you’re puppy is sick?

My puppy’s nose has been running all morning and it’s very cold and wet to the touch. Could he be sick? He’s also been sleeping a lot the past two days.

Wendy answers:

1. Observe if the dog has diarrhea and/or is vomiting. This may be an allergic reaction to food or something the dog swallowed that he wasn’t supposed to, and is often nothing to worry about, however, it could be an indication of something more serious. If the vomiting lasts more than a day or if the diarrhea lasts more than a few days or contains blood, mucous or is black and tarry, a vet needs to check it.

2. See if the urine is cloudy, dilute (no color) or contains blood. This is usually the sign of a bladder or kidney infection. Normal urine is a clear yellow. Too frequent or not frequent enough urination might also be signs of a kidney disorder.

3. Monitor your dog’s water consumption. Increased water intake may be associated with kidney disease or diabetes. Of course, the more heated up or active your dog is, the more water she will drink. That’s why it’s important to keep close tabs on her drinking habits.

4. See if the dog’s nose is warm and dry. This might just mean he is dehydrated and needs more water, however, it can also be a sign of illness. The nose should be cold and wet, but not runny.

5. Check inside your dog’s mouth. If the gums are red rather than pink, it’s a sign of inflammation or gum disease. Bad breath and/or drooling might also be symptoms of gum disease or tooth decay. Halitosis could also indicate a metabolic disorder.

6. Observe the dog’s activity level. If she remains lethargic or listless; it could be a sign of illness. Since more sleep and less activity may also be attributed to age, it’s important to be aware of how much sleep is normal for your dog. Lethargy, weakness, loss of balance or limping for no apparent reason is a good indication there may be something wrong. Conversely, increased restlessness might also be a sign of a problem.

7. Monitor your dog’s eating habits. Look for a decreased/increased appetite or weight loss. Be aware of what a normal weight is for your dog based on age, food intake and activity level. If he has a loss of appetite or increased appetite for more than a 24-hour period, there could be something wrong.

8. Be aware if your dog has difficulty breathing or prolonged panting. This may be associated with cancer, a respiratory problem, heart disorder, or possibly heat stroke. Coughing might be a sign of an irritation or something more serious, such as cancer.

Charles asks…

Is it normal to fart alot when your sick?

i have bad allergies i mean really bad and they make me fart alot when i get sick cause of allerigies. Is this normal?

Wendy answers:

Passing wind is nothing to do with allergies, You are swallowing air when you eat and drink too fast, and this gathers in your stomach . Obviously you have to expel it so you either burp or fart………….

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