Answered by Shaykh Faraz Rabbani
What are the things that break wudu?
Anything that exits from the private parts, even if it is not customary, such as a worm or stones. Vomitting the mouthful breaks the wudu, blood (B: from the mouth or throat) that overcomes one’s saliva or equals it. The sleep of one whose rear is not firmly seated, loss of consciousness, madness, and drunkenness also break the wudu. The laughter of an aware adult person is a prayer that contains bowing and prostration, even for the one praying by head motions alone amid the other things also break the wudu.
Shaykh Faraz Rabbani, a distinguished scholar in the Islamic sciences, is the Founder and Executive Director of SeekersGuidance. He studied under renowned scholars globally for ten years, beginning in Damascus and continuing in Amman, Jordan. Notable mentors include Shaykh Adib al-Kallas and Shaykh Hassan al-Hindi. After completing his studies, Shaykh Faraz returned to Canada in 2007 and established SeekersGuidance, which is dedicated to spreading reliable, relevant, and inspiring Islamic knowledge online and on the ground.