Answer: its not good because people now are suffering from buliema where there throwing up on purpose.when yu throw up your body is telling you that something is wrong.people somtimes thin ktht throwing up is good cause it flushes down your system but really its not,we flush our system by using the restroom[pooping and yurinating];;other than a fever cough and throwing up.its not good at all.;;;hope i bhelped email me for more questions; firstname.lastname@example.org
Answer: I think my thiehs get fat.A person cannot eat 150 hamburgers ..Answer: The current record for eating hamburgers is 108 (Joey Chestnut of California n October 2007) so a "goal" of 150 is within the realm of possibility. The contest is to get them down, not keep them down after the contest. Competitive food eating records for hot peppers, hamburgers and hotdogs astound normal eaters.
Answer: Yes and no. They are the same in that both involve a material travelling from the stomach back up the esophagus and out the mouth.
Where they differ is that burping is just a passive relaxation of the lower esophageal sphincter to allow trapped gas to escape on its own. Vomiting is an active reflex where muscles are commanded to contract and propel the liquid out.
Answer: Swing your arm right round from your sholder, start with youre arm bent, then thrust as hard as you can, release the ball when youre arm has gone past youre leg and continue to swing youre arm round
Answer: Check out high-end knife stores. What you are looking for is United Cutlery throwers designed by Gil Hibben. You might be able to get them on the net also. An easy way would be to search "Buy professional throwing knives" on Google. The first few results seem good.
Answer: In the US I know that they are illegal in California, New York, Indiana, Massachusetts and Kansas. Several other states may have similar laws. In addition they are illegal in Canada, Germany, Switzerland Ireland and the UK.
Answer: A property owner can sue a person who destroys or ruins property. If the driver owns the vehicle, he could sue the person who vomited in the vehicle. Since the vehicle owner will likely only recover the costs of cleaning the vehicle, a suit is unlikely in light of the cost of filing fees.
On the other hand the cabbie is in the business of picking up anyone, in order to gate fares, without screening the people allowed into the cab. They may need to take what they get unless there is some negligence or malfeasance that can be proven. People who have been drinking call cabs.
Answer: hi, i am having the same problem and have been for some years now. i have just recently went to a GI doc. and have learned it could be because of a hernia in the stomach. it could also be because of bile in the stomach, which could be because of a few different reasons. more important if left untreated it can cause much greater problems like the swelling of the esophagus or cancer of the throat. simply put its not worth putting off.
Answer: The only treatment that is going to benefit the person suffering, is one that deals directly with the underlying causes. For this reason, many treatments simply suppress a few symptoms. They do not effect cure. Measures of success have nothing to do with weight. Locking someone away and preventing them from purging is not a solution. If anything, it contributes to anxiety.
You can find a number of useful techniques to help at http://www.bulimiagirls.com
Answer: There is no sure way, but sea bands can stop vomiting in almost every case. Sea bands are like sweatbands but with a little button that prevents nausea and vomiting. You can get them at most drug stores, or order them online.