In this guide, I will be highlighting some of the different ways on how to throw up quietly without anyone noticing.
Throwing up loudly isn’t something bad, but some scenarios may demand you throw up quietly.
The tips I recommend in this guide are tested and will definitely allow you to puke discreetly, anywhere, and anytime.
Why Do I Vomit So Loudly?
You are probably aware of what I’m talking about, some people will basically yell in the toilet such that everyone in the building can hear them.
But in my case, most people I know have uniquely adapted to vomiting silently, other than the noise of the fluid coming out of their mouth.
We’ll discuss how you can mask out the sound of the fluids coming out later in this article.
The amount of noise you make when vomiting depends on how the muscles contract.
Some folks when throwing up, their muscles contract in a way that air is forced out of the lungs through the larynx and at the same time puke is forced from stomach.
Ways on How to Throw Up Quietly
It’s a natural response to vomit, but it can be embarrassing when you’re trying to go about your day. Whether you have morning sickness or food poisoning, here are some tips to help you throw up quickly and quietly.
Mask up the Sound
Whatever the case, there’s no scientifically proven way on how you can throw up quietly.
However, with a few tips, I was able to finally figure out different ways you can mask up the sounds one makes when throwing up allowing you to puke without anyone noticing.
1. Purge In the Shower
This is a perfect idea and my most recommended way that will allow you to purge without anyone noticing.
If you need to throw up immediately after dinner, you simply have to act like you’re going to take shower.
Lock the washroom door behind you, and turn the water on, and go about your business.
To be on the safe side, I would highly recommend you put on some music.
The sound of water running and music will mask all the purging noise you make in there and no one will discover what you did.
You should also ensure that you have a drain that will filter out the large chunks, and then scoop them out and flush them down your quiet toilet.
Alternatively, you can remove the drain out mostly made of plastic and you won’t have to deal with the large chunks of vomit.
2. Try Doing it Outside
If you’re inside your home and everyone’s home, then why not take a walk outside.
I remember one time we had a big party at home and ate all that I could.
Later in the evening after everyone had gone home and it was me and my folks, I felt the need to throw up.
But as a teen, I couldn’t let my mom know and so I devised a plan that was a success.
I had pet rabbits and said that I’m going out to cuddle and feed them- I took a special bag that allowed me to dispose of everything without leaving any mess behind.
If you find yourself in such a scenario, all you have to do is find an excuse to go outside and go about your business discreetly.
You can say that you going to relax outside or simply want some fresh air.
You need to do this swiftly, otherwise, you may throw up before making it to the front door.
3. Play Loud Background Music
If you ever feel the urge to puke when in your room when everyone’s home and no time to visit the bathroom, then here’s what you should do.
Turn on your stereo, and not too much loud bass– that could be annoying to your neighbors.
Go about your business, but make sure you have something to contain the vomit, or else you end up creating a mess that you’ll have to clean later.
Final Thoughts on How to Throw Up Quietly
Above are some of my most recommended methods on how to throw up quietly.
While it’s almost impossible to make purging dead quiet, these are tips that will help you mask out the noise you make when throwing up.
They’ve worked for me and I’m sure they shall work just fine for anyone.
Meet Mike O’Connor, (a DIY enthusiast), living in Cincinnati, a city ranked as the noisiest in the USA.
As a work from home dad, I have a first hand experience of how noise can truly affect your well being.
Soundproofing isn’t something that should be taken as a hobby, it should be a skill that every homeowner should be equipped with.
Most of the work documented on this blog comes from purely first hand experience, and the products recommended work as indicated.