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Facts on Treating An Upset Stomach

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Facts on Treating An Upset Stomach
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Eating and drinking when your stomach is upset is not usually the first thing that comes to mind. It is very important to continue to eat and drink to stay hydrated and to continue giving your body nutrients to fight the cause of your upset stomach. Drink clear fluids that are caffeine free such as water or broth. Try to stay away from sweet fluids. An electrolyte solution will help sometimes. You should also eat easy to digest foods such as crackers or applesauce. Make sure that you eat and drink slowly throughout the day. Eating or drinking too fast will make your upset stomach worse.

Eating and drinking when your stomach is upset is not usually the first thing that comes to mind. It is very important to continue to eat and drink to stay hydrated and to continue giving your body nutrients to fight the cause of your upset stomach. Drink clear fluids that are caffeine free such as water or broth. Try to stay away from sweet fluids. An electrolyte solution will help sometimes. You should also eat easy to digest foods such as crackers or applesauce. Make sure that you eat and drink slowly throughout the day. Eating or drinking too fast will make your upset stomach worse.

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