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Thursday, August 5, 2021

Your stomach needs extra care in monsoon, experts are telling why

According to global statistics, four and a half lakh people die every year due to stomach infection. 
And most of these cases come up during this rainy season.

As much as the month of Sawan looks pleasant in the rainy season, it proves to be equally dangerous for the stomach. Water everywhere. This increases the risk of water-borne diseases. Especially for the stomach, your weak immune system can't tolerate the changing temperature and overdose of deep fried, spicy food. Due to which your stomach has to suffer. That's why you should follow gut friendly diet tips during monsoon.

Cases of stomach infection increase in the rainy season 

Many people get infected with different types of infections during monsoon. One of these problems is liver infection. People can also be at risk of serious infections like Hepatitis-E and A during this season. It is a serious liver disease.

Contaminated water and climate change during the rainy season can cause many diseases. Hepatitis is one of them.

take a look at the stats 

According to Dr. Keyur Sheth, Gastroenterologist at Apollo Spectra and Kohinoor Hospital, Mumbai, “As per global statistics, 4,50,000 people die every year due to infectious diseases. Like every year, this time also the number of patients suffering from stomach problems is seen increasing in the rainy season.

Every month more than a thousand patients come for the treatment of liver and stomach ailments. These mainly include bloating in the liver, gas in the stomach, acidity and indigestion.

The risk of hepatitis may also increase 

Hepatitis E and A can also be caused by drinking contaminated water, eating contaminated food and meat of infected animals. Apart from this, problems like indigestion, gastritis, acidity, ulcers can also increase in this season.

Therefore, it is important to take special care of health during the rainy season to prevent liver and gastric disorders. For this, taking regular exercise and a balanced diet can prove to be very beneficial.

So do not eat street food during the rainy season. Apart from this, the rainy season gives a big blow to the digestive system and immunity. This has led to an increase in the number of patients with fever and intestinal inflammation.

What are the symptoms of hepatitis 

The symptoms of Hepatitis E and A are not easily visible. Any symptoms appear only two to seven weeks after exposure to the virus. Symptoms usually appear in the following two months. Symptoms include nausea and vomiting, extreme tiredness, abdominal pain, liver enlargement, loss of appetite, joint pain, fever, and yellowing of the skin and eyes.

Therefore, to prevent gastric disorders during the rainy season, one should avoid drinking sealed, bottled water as much as possible, as it can increase the risk of diarrhea. Eat foods that are easy to digest."

According to Dr. Sheth, “Immunity is less in the monsoon season. Hence the risk of various diseases increases in an unhealthy environment. Cholera, diarrhea and jaundice can also increase due to increasing pollution of water during monsoon.

Avoid these things in rainy season 

Dr Sheth said, “The water gets polluted during the rainy season. Therefore, fish should not be eaten in this season. This increases the risk of diarrhea. Do not drink street food or soft drinks, they may contain bacteria. Do not eat green leafy vegetables, they may contain germs. Limit sugar intake, avoid fried and spicy foods.

Include these things in the diet 

Eat a balanced diet to increase digestion. Using lemon in your regular diet can be beneficial. Apart from this, include curd and buttermilk in your regular diet to improve digestion. Drink more and more water. Also exercise regularly to stay stress free. "

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