How To Avoid Summer Intestinal Infections?

Food poisoning is best treated with biscuits and boiled vegetables:
In the summer months we can spoil the joy of intestinal infections, which may cause viruses (Rota, adeno, enter viruses) and bacteria (salmonella, shigella, campylobacter, E. coli and staphylococcus). To avoid food poisoning in summer do not eat sushi, eating with raw eggs and cheeses made from unpasteurized milk.

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Another type of infection - viral infections, such enteroviroze, usually occurring among children and the most common route of transmission of the virus is through the mouth (fecal-oral route). However the most of the intestinal infections in the summer are caused by food poisoning. The most commonly bacterial food poisoning occurs in small outbreaks in a community or major outbreaks in institutions (hospitals, restaurants, hotels, kindergartens, retirement homes and school and university canteens).

Cause of diarrhea:
Another type of clostridia, Clostridium edificial is increasingly emerging as the cause of diarrhea, often as a side effect of antibiotics.
Besides these intestinal infections, gastrointestinal problems in the summer months can be a symptom of pre-existing diseases, and those diseases more specific for the summer months and frequent trips to this part of the year. These are called traveler’s diarrhea (traveler’s diarrhea) and sickness and motion sickness.
Diarrhea passenger’s is characteristic disease that occurs in people while traveling, especially in developing countries and tropical regions due to their specific lifestyle and climate. Diarrhea can occur at any time during the trip, and the main causes are contaminated food and water. The diarrhea usually resolves without consequence within the week.

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