People occasionally regurgitate a few hours after eating because their food is coming back up into their mouths. The muscle connecting the esophagus and stomach is elastic, making it simple to open and close, claims Healthline. This throat muscle relaxes during swallowing and then contracts once the food has passed through. If this muscle isn't functioning properly after swallowing, food may be regurgitated into the esophagus.
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Wait at least 2 hours after ingesting (while sitting or squatting is preferable) before going to bed. That ought to be more than enough to satisfy your stomach. When you go to bed, make sure to prop your head up on a large pillow.
Don't overdo it with the daytime meals; you don't want to be so full that you're uncomfortable. Eat a moderate meal every three hours, on the dot. Separate a large breakfast into smaller portions. Drink a lot of water. This will not only help you keep your stomach warm, but also maintain a pleasant breath freshness.
You can concentrate on lessening the sensitivity of your gag reflex to meals by employing these techniques. If your gag reflex is extremely sensitive, your throat muscles might open unnecessarily. You will feel queasy once more. Increasing the amount of time you wait before touching your mouth's roof is the simplest technique to avoid this. Use a gentle, thin-headed toothbrush to clean the inside of your tongue.
Continue doing this until it makes you queasy. You vomit because a nerve in your mouth has lost sensation. Once your stomachache goes away, you should perform this action each time you brush your tongue.
The esophageal muscles become more relaxed, weakening the gag reflex and removing the desire to regurgitate.
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