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Unclean cooking surfaces, unhygienic eating and cleaning habits can all lead to diarrhoea. This article explains how to deal with it.
Do you or your family members often suffer from stomach upsets, especially a few hours after consuming meals? It could be the result of eating food prepared on roadside stalls, or poor home hygiene in the kitchen and other areas.
You could be the unwitting victim of diarrhoea, which often results from contaminated food and water. This article looks at diarrhoea symptoms, how you or a loved one may suffer from the disorder, and what to do to combat it.
Diarrhoea typically manifests itself as watery stools and painful abdominal cramps. You lose your appetite and are unable to digest most food. In severe cases, a person may even face distress after drinking plain water.
Typically, the symptoms of diarrhoea include frequent watery stools, painful abdominal cramps, lack of appetite, inability to digest food, and general apathy.
How does one get diarrhoea?
The most common reason for the disorder is consuming parasitic bacteria via contaminated food or beverages. The parasitic bacteria proliferate in stale food, or food prepared using unclean hands. The germs may also be transferred by pests like houseflies and fruit flies. The problem is most commonly caused by the incubation of bacterial infections like E-Coli and Salmonella in the human digestive tract. These bacteria thrive in contaminated food and dirty water, and enter the system through unhygienically prepared food, dirty hands handling food and water, unclean chopping or cooking surfaces, eating or drinking food exposed to pests, etc.
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