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You probably know from experience what to do when you get a stomach bug—rest, eat light, cut back on the caffeine and sip some ginger ale. And there’s that tried-and-true BRAT (bananas, rice, applesauce and toast) diet that can replenish lost nutrients and ease you. 7 Truths & Tips for Survival of Stomach Bugs When They Hit Your Home Hand washing and keeping things clean are your best defenses from getting ill with a stomach bug.

Not surprisingly, this is particularly true after touching or supporting your child and when preparing food and eating. Some viruses will survive on surfaces for days. Here are some ways in which people can avoid transmitting a stomach bug: Someone who has or has recently had a stomach bug should not prepare food for anyone else for at least 2 days after People who work in restaurants, care facilities, schools, and other crowded places should avoid work for at. Since it is not always feasible to avoid people who have the stomach flu, stand a few feet away to reduce your chances of contracting the virus from them. Wash your hands often; especially before eating or touching your face.

Avoid sharing towels or clothing with people who have the stomach flu. To avoid becoming dehydrated from the stomach flu, it’s really important that you consume a lot of clear liquids like water, coconut water and herbal tea. If you’ve been vomiting or your stomach is just very upset, it’s recommended that you avoid solids foods for a few hours.

Eat probiotic yogurt. Studies have shown that eating probiotic yogurt can help to prevent the recurrence of stomach flu. Having a cup of yogurt a day can keep your stomach healthy. Yogurt contains good bacteria known as probiotics. These may include: cereals whole grains breads potatoes bananas vegetables fresh apples plain yogurt bananas.

Chronic belching may also be related to inflammation of the stomach lining or to an infection with Helicobacter pylori, the bacterium responsible for some stomach ulcers. In these cases, the belching is accompanied by other symptoms, such as heartburn or abdominal pain. You can reduce belching if you: Eat and drink slowly.

Staying hydrated, though, is key to avoid complications like hospitalization. Sip water, sports drinks, or juice to replace fluids and essential vitamins and minerals your body is shedding along with all that vomit and poop. Most healthy people who stay hydrated start to feel better within two to three days. You can easily get a stomach bug by touching a contaminated doorknob or shaking hands with someone who’s sick.

Your best defense is soap, water and 20 seconds of vigorous scrubbing and rinsing. In an Emory University study, hand washing removed 96 percent of viral particles compared to just 46 percent removed with an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.

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• Eat dry, starchy foods such as dry toast, melba toast, or crackers on awakening in the morning and at other times when nausea occurs.

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Additional advice includes eatingt small frequent meals, drinking small amounts of fluids often, avoid foods with offensive odors, and avoiding preparing food or shopping when nauseated.

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Wash your hands with soap and water before preparing food and avoid preparing food for others if you have a diarrheal illness.

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Additional advice includes eating small frequent meals, drinking small amounts of fluids often, avoid foods with offensive odors, and avoiding preparing food or shopping when nauseated.

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Also advise to eat small frequent meals, drink small amounts of fluids often, avoid foods with offensive odors, and avoid preparing food or shopping when nauseated.

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from Nursing Diagnosis Handbook E-Book: An Evidence-Based Guide to Planning Care
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If possible, wash your hands with soap and water before you handle food or eat.

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• Drink as much clean, warm water as possible without upsetting the stomach.

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• Encourage client to eat dry foods (e.g., toast, crackers) and avoid drinking liquids with meals if nauseated.

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Wash your hands frequently and follow safe food-handling guidelines.

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Drink boiled or bottled water where cholera is rife, and avoid foods prepared in an unsanitary fashion.

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  • it literally feels like someone is stabbing me with a knife over and over again from the inside and I’m going through the cycle of what all girls go through or one day will go through

  • Ever since I watched this I started drinking the ACV. I stopped for a few months but back at it. I have tried mixing it with all types of stuff. I had to stop using juices because it contained to much sugar for me. I developed few recipes I like I’ll cover when I do my ACV video.

  • It sucks it was horrible the first days then it calmed down but it has been 1 week and I still fell sick I also can’t go to the doctor because of caronavirus

  • my sister has been complaining of stomach pain and been throwing up since Christmas and only today she got the diagnosed which was gastro. I’m super paranoid that I’ve been ‘exposed’ because I’ve booked a holiday in 4days time. anything I can do?

  • Literally… when you said you pooped yourself I started crying for you. I have the stomach flu right now and I’m staying with a friend and my room is literally right next to the bathroom… but I apparently just don’t know how to take 5 steps fast enough because lo and behold, my pants were soiled and there was vomit all over me in a matter of seconds.
    Embarrassed is an understatement.
    So yeah.. I feel your pain.

  • nice idea I use acv with half a organic lemon and cinnamon with water 10oz I let the cinnamon settle and mix well is that buddy bear probatic vegan

  • So its corona time and I definitely have this stomach virus been going on for about 5 days now. On the third day i started my period on top of it. Haven’t slept in those past days maybe a total of 9 hours of those 5 days. I doubt i will get seen if i go to the er around this time. Pray for me

  • i wanna sue my school now i got sick and had to go to the hospital because of this cause they never clean or change the water fountain not even the ones in the classroom

  • I did not know that so many people have the same fear as me! I think I have the stomach bug right now, so I guess I am a little too late… But I will use this in the future, so thanks!

  • I’m dying holy lordy. my body is strong so hopefully this turns into number 2. otherwise fuckkckckckckck. (I have a fear of throwing up)

  • I am watching a bunch of videos on how to avoid the stomach flu because I went to school for testing today, and two teachers were complaining of nausea and another of a headache/dizziness. Apparently a bunch of teachers called in sick and some teachers came in all-smiles and then couldn’t even walk to their car. Another teacher was saying that if you have any symptoms to leave immediately (it’s that bad!) I was wondering if this is the case with anyone else, or if it’s just something where I live. Thank you for this video, I will be doing my best to keep the germs away!:)