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# How fast does vomit travel?

• 62 feet per second.

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• Answer: 62 feet per second.
• Answer: Vomiting is a result of parasympathetic activity so when the parasympathetic drive lets up and becomes somewhat refractive there would be a sympathetic rebound period. Although a more likely drive to an increased heart beat might just be the physical exertion and increased oxygen demands that retching has on the body.
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