cause of food poisoning and cure

 food poisoning usually starts with feeling sick and really bad stomach cramps with many going on to vomit or have diarrhea and if you're really unlucky you'll have it coming out of both ends the most common causes of food poisoning are bacteria such as Salmonella and e-coli or viruses usually norovirus also known as the winter vomiting bug when struck down with diarrhea and vomiting people often wonder if it's from something that they've eaten or not and the truth is.     


        we don't always know the answer to that question and in fact it doesn't offer matter either because whether the infection is from that dodgy sandwich you ate or from touching that bus handrail the symptoms are pretty much the same and the treatment is to the best things to do are try to rest until you feel better and it is best stay at home for 2 days after you've stopped vomiting or having diarrhea - as you're likely to still be infectious drink plenty of fluids if you're struggling to keep any fluids down you are at risk of becoming dehydrated so it's probably best to speak to a doctor.       


                 if that's the case you can start to eat food when you're feeling up to it there's nothing specific that you must or must not eat but you might find dry toast crackers or rice sit more comfortably at first.                                                                                             if you notice blood in your vomit or poo have severe tummy pains a high fever or are struggling to eat or drink and feel that things are just getting worse it's a good idea to speak to a doctor a digital appointment can be great in such cases as you can speak to a doctor from home without running the risk that you'll have to make multiple toilet trips along the way or have to bring your sick bucket with you.