This is one of the most common types of food poisoning that you can contract on your package holiday. It is simply caused from food and drink being prepared unhygienically and when food is left to cool e.g. at buffets, which is when it spreads.
Symptoms can include:
- Stomach cramps
- Aching muscles
There are many ways that you can prevent Campylobacter from attacking which include:
- Avoiding any food that are not cooked properly
- Avoiding any food that have been re-heated incorrectly
- Avoiding food that has been prepared in unhygienic conditions
- Avoiding food that has been stored at incorrect temperatures
- Avoiding salads and uncooked fruit and vegetables which may have been handled unhygienically
- Use hand sanitizer regularly
- Wash hands at all times, before and after eating and after going to the toilet
Symptoms don’t always arise within a few hours, it can take days in some cases. So even if you didn’t necessarily feel ill on holiday, but encountered sickness after holiday, you should make an appointment with your GP.
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