Vitamin B12 and Folate Deficiency
There is much to understand about Vitamin B12 and Folate deficiency amongst the elders and younger generations, so read through the blog to understand it better
In any weather condition, falling sick is the most unwanted yet the most common part of anyone’s life on earth. The most common of all the sicknesses that attack a human body is the food poisoning in any season especially in summer. It’s most painful and much disgusting sickness to happen to anyone. The reason why we fall sick with food poisoning in summer is that a bacterium multiplies faster in the increased temperature setup. It can be mild to high level food poisoning and both can be prevented in different ways. The milder food poisoning can be taken care of with home remedies and mild medications but in case of a severe food poisoning, patient may have to be hospitalized for some time based on the health condition.
As discussed above food poisoning is a sickness that is a resultant of eating contaminated food, toxic food or spoiled food. The major amount of contamination in food happens in the summer season as it is the best breeding and growing time for bacterium. The symptoms that indicate food poisoning are vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, stomach and abdominal ache, cramps along with fever and lack of appetite. If the symptoms are not under controllable situation immediate hospitalization is advised. In order to prevent the above from happening certain tips are to be followed with due diligence at home and outside especially in summers. The tips are listed below for making them easily understandable and follow able.
Thus if the following steps mentioned above are taken in to consideration, one can avoid getting food poisoning in summers.