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if I was smoking and vomited would some of the damaging effects

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if I was smoking and vomited would some of the damaging effects of smoking be removed? Also if I drank would some of the damaging effects of alcohol be removed?
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  Dr. Arun Phophalia replied 7 years ago.



The vomiting does not remove the damaging effects of the smoking as it goes in to the respiratory passage. So vomiting cannot get back the smoke/tobacco outside, once it is inhaled.


The vomiting can decrease the effects of alcohol if it is done immediately withing 30 minutes, after the consumption, as it won't be absorbed by the intestines.


Please feel free for your follow up questions.


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