When the weather warms up, the risk of diarrheal microbial diseases that can be transmitted through water and contaminated food increases and causes poisoning of the body’s digestive system.
The summer virus affects the digestive system and causes symptoms such as heartburn, nausea and tremors.
Seyyed Hashemi Rizvani, an internist, said: In the months of May and June, most of the patients have gastrointestinal diseases.
He said: The symptoms of these patients are mostly in the form of mild heart palpitations, nausea, very low tremors in the body, feeling of bloating, stomach pains that are not related to the stomach and are seen in the form of appetite.
He also added: During the last 3 years, this disease has become more common in July, August and September. In addition to contaminated air, this virus also spreads through contaminated water.
He pointed out: In order to prevent this disease, things like not using nutritious food such as vegetables, fruits, dairy products, drinking mineral water or boiled water should be observed with all hygiene.
August 16, 2013 10:36
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