Vomiting from Food Intolerance

Vomiting is one of the classical manifestations of food intolerance. It is a process that can be embarrassing and sometimes painful. There are many reasons why people vomit, but do you know that food intolerance can also cause you to vomit chronically?

What is Vomiting?

Vomiting is a process by which the contents of the stomach are extruded through the mouth, rather than going down the rest of the gastrointestinal system. Vomiting is normally the body’s mechanism to protect itself against ingested items that may be harmful to your body. With inflammation and a host of other factors, this will induce the release of substances into the blood. These will then reach the vomiting center in the brain, and activate it.

If you only vomit once in a while due to a very clear reason, there is no reason to worry about it. However, when the vomiting is chronic, you need to investigate it. The causes of chronic vomiting can be serious, and could include food intolerance particularly if you have been feeding on these foods for a long time.

Vomiting and Food Intolerance

Food intolerance can cause the chemicals in the food you are sensitive to, to irritate the stomach too much. Once the stomach and small intestines are irritated, they will release a cascade of enzymes and signals to the brain in order to reverse the entry of these foods into the mouth. Very soon after eating, you will find yourself vomiting.

Symptoms of Vomiting

Some of the symptoms of vomiting include:

  • Retching
  • Inability to withstand some smells while other people can
  • Abdominal pain
  • Increase in pressure within the stomach
  • Excessive sleepiness
  • Chest pain
  • Confusion
  • Fainting

Health Risks of Vomiting

The health risks associated with vomiting include:

  • Bleeding from the esophagus
  • Dehydration
  • Loss of minerals
  • Electrolyte imbalance
  • Chronic weakness
  • Esophageal tears
  • Esophageal cancer

Fight Vomiting with the PinnerTest Food Intolerance Test

There are many causes of vomiting, and medication can help you to stop the vomiting. However, there are some people who vomit chronically, and can’t stop despite trying out anti-emetics. In such instances, it’s possible to consider food intolerance as the source of the vomiting. Food intolerance may cause chronic vomiting, particularly if you keep eating the food that you are sensitive to.

To find out if you are sensitive to any food, the PinnerTest is the ideal way to do it. If it turns out that you are sensitive to some foods, you can take them out of your diet and see if the vomiting will reduce. With time, you may notice a good improvement in your general condition, and your vomiting may even completely stop.

With a 98% accuracy rating, our world-class PinnerTest can be trusted to provide comprehensive information regarding the foods that you are sensitive to, and which will cause vomiting. This is a non-invasive test and is conducted with high quality control standards.

Whether your vomiting seems to be abnormal or even difficult to control, you could use our PinnerTest today to check for food intolerances. Simply contact us and we will give you all the information you need about the test.

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