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How to treat gastrointestinal cold

Gastrointestinal cold is a special type of cold, it is mainly caused by a virus called 'Coxsackie' infection of the intestine, and generally accompanied by bacterial mixed infection. Moreover, it's autumn and winter, the weather temperature changes greatly, the temperature drops obviously, and the daily diet is not clean enough, it's easy to cause gastrointestinal cold. So how to treat gastrointestinal cold best? Look at the answers below.

1、 Clinical symptoms of gastrointestinal cold.

Vomiting, patients with gastric infection by bacteria or toxic substances, will directly lead to gastric muscle contraction due to stimulation, resulting in frequent vomiting.

Diarrhea, mainly because the patient's gastrointestinal tract due to cold or infection stimulation caused by a large increase in gastric secretions, resulting in excessive water in the gastrointestinal tract, so it will produce loose stool, that is, diarrhea.

Abdominal pain, gastrointestinal cold patients are generally accompanied by abdominal pain at the time of onset, which is caused by gastrointestinal peristalsis.

2、 Methods for the treatment of gastroenteric cold:

Zangling stachyose: friends who usually have a bad stomach are more likely to have a cold in the stomach. You can drink more yoghurt to increase the number of probiotics in the body. You can also eat zangling stachyose to provide sufficient food for bifidobacteria that settle in the intestine, which is very helpful for the daily maintenance of the stomach. There are external stimulation and other factors, the weather changes more often, we should pay special attention to.

3、 Prevention of gastrointestinal cold.

Usually choose to drink more water, had better not drink refrigerated drinks, insist on eating fresh fruits and vegetables. When eating, choose to eat more easily digestible food to reduce the burden of gastrointestinal digestion. In addition, keep the indoor air of the human body in a state of circulation, and try not to go to crowded public places.