Vomit doesn't have to make a mess.

Vomiting isn't nice.Everyone vomits, even if they have a virus, food poisoning or are nervous.It's good to let it out.After you have emptied your stomach, you'll feel better because you will be organized.

Step 1: Know the signs of vomiting.

Vomiting may come on suddenly, but many people experience symptoms of illness before they do.If you experience any of the following, you should rush to a bathroom, garbage can, or a safe outdoor area.

Step 2: Reduce nausea.

No matter what you do, you will need to vomit if you're very sick, overly intoxicated, or experiencing food poisoning.If you're only experiencing mild nausea, there are some steps you can take to reduce it.If you want to manage your nausea, try the following: step outside and get some fresh air, take deep, slow breaths through your mouth, and smell the mint candy or chew gum inside of your wrist or armpit, it will distract your body from the sensation of nausea.

Step 3: Try to plan your location.

If you can, try to anticipate when and where you will vomit.It is possible to get to a rest room in the toilet, but it is not always possible.If you can't get to a restroom, try to find a plastic bag or trash can to vomit in, as this will reduce the amount of mess you make.Wait until you can get to a toilet, trash can, or plastic bag to induce vomiting.If you believe that you will vomit uncontrollably in the future, you should stay close to a bathroom and keep a plastic bag on hand.

Step 4: The personal mess should be prevented.

Keeping yourself clean is your next priority after you've eliminated the potential for making a mess.If you've made it to a bathroom, found a trash can, or stepped outside, you want to be prepared for what's about to happen.If you have long hair, tie it back, put it behind your ears, or hold it in place.Vomit in your hair will ruin your night.Tuck necklaces into your shirt if you want to remove them.Similar to long hair, this could create a problem.If you're on all fours, try to direct the vomit away from your shoes, pants, and hands.It's a good idea to aim slightly ahead of where you're standing.If indoors, keep your head above the trash can.Try to lower your head so that the vomit won't get out of the container you're vomiting into.You should keep a trash can and a stack of towels next to the bed if you are sick.You can put a towel down if you can't reach the trash can or toilet.If you throw up in your bed or on the carpet, it will be difficult to clean it up, but the towel can easily be washed.

Step 5: You need to clean up.

You will probably feel sick after vomiting.This is normal, as vomiting can cause a lot of stress on the body and leave a bad taste in the mouth and throat.Even if you didn't make a mess, you'll want to clean yourself up after throwing up.It's a good idea to brush your teeth or rinse your mouth out.In a pinch, even water will help.If you had vomit on your face, you should wash it away with cold water.Take a breath mint or chew gum to make sure your breath doesn't smell.Use soap and water to wash your hands.

Step 6: Rehydrating your body.

After you vomit, your body will most likely experience some mild to moderate dehydration.If you vomit, your body loses water and vitamins.Slowly drink a glass of cold water when you feel like you can no longer vomit.Don't drink the water quickly, just sip on it slowly and steadily.If you can keep water down, try drinking a sports drink or other electrolyte-rich beverage.Don't eat food until you are feeling better.Take a few minutes to relax after you vomit.Get rehydrated and let your body calm down, avoid any immediate activity.

Step 7: You should avoid unpleasant odors.

Many people experience nausea due to the smell.Some people may experience nausea/vomiting from the smell of certain meals.If you are prone to vomiting or want to avoid vomiting, stay out of the kitchen areas where food is being prepared or eaten.You may want to avoid other unpleasant odors, such as bathroom odors or the smell of someone else vomiting.

Step 8: Don't eat a lot of food.

It's a cause of nausea and vomiting for many people.If you are prone to bouts of nausea, or if you know that the size of your stomach has shrunk, it's best to eat slowly to ensure a calm, stable stomach.Try to eat multiple smaller meals throughout the day.It's a good idea to eat bland foods.Sweet, spicy, fried/greasy, and acidic foods are known to cause stomach problems.Milk and dairy products can be avoided.CSDs may upset some peoples' stomachs, so you may want to avoid them.

Step 9: Alcohol is the cause of stain.

Nausea and vomiting can be caused by drinking in excess.Some people who are prone to stomach problems may become nauseated after consuming even moderate amounts of alcohol.If you know that drinking will make you vomit, you may be better off not drinking at all.

Step 10: Know when to ask for help.

It's normal for your body to vomit if you've eaten too much, drank too little, or have a cold.Sometimes nausea and vomiting are indicative of more serious medical problems and should be closely monitored.Seek medical assistance immediately if you experience any of the following: known or suspected ingestion of any kind of poison a head injury that caused vomiting blood (bright red, brownish, or black) or the presence of "coffee ground"-like contents in your vomit dehydration after vomiting headaches, stiff neck