Recently, some netizens posted a post on the forum, Tragic reminder, Changde, a pair of father and son with heat stroke, claiming that a Changde traveler in Hunan and his son had suffered from heat stroke due to too hot a carriage. The trainer immediately sought a doctor and adjusted the temperature of the carriage. After the father and son drank water and breathed fresh air, their symptoms eased.
Children s bodies are weaker than adults, and they must be prevented from getting cold in the car when they are riding. Many parents are worried about their children getting cold. It is not right to wrap them on the train or in the car with three layers inside and three layers outside. Experts said that in air-conditioned cars, children are better to wear relatively loose clothes, not to wear too tightly, otherwise they will not easily volatilize after sweating.
In winter, due to the large temperature difference between indoor and outdoor, the general temperature in the compartment is high, coupled with crowded people, poor air, it is easy to cause symptoms such as chest tightness, dizziness, etc. Drinking plenty of water and appropriately increasing or decreasing clothing can help prevent heat stroke.
On the way to the Spring Festival, it is also prone to gastrointestinal diseases. Abdominal pain, diarrhea, and vomiting are common problems. Experts remind you to pay attention to food hygiene, try to eat as regularly as possible, prepare disinfection wipes before getting in the car, and wipe your hands with wet wipes before eating.
Long-distance travel will temporarily change the passenger s life and eating habits, which will easily make the digestive system uncomfortable. Gastroenterologists said that during the Spring Festival, many people are crowded, the journey is long and difficult, and the rest is not good, which can easily cause people Mood is restless.
Many travelers have no appetite. People with poor constitution or weak gastrointestinal function can easily cause gastrointestinal discomfort, such as motion sickness, vomiting, bloating and diarrhea.
Experts remind that the diet on the train should be light and delicious in principle, easy to digest and absorb, and do not buy food from small vendors to avoid poisoning caused by unhygienic food. If conditions permit, it is best to eat in the dining car. The food they bring is mainly digestible and low-fat, such as bread, fruit, hawthorn products, etc.
In addition, diet should be controlled on board a boat or airplane. When traveling, because there is no exercise condition, the digestion process of food is prolonged and the speed is slowed down. If you do not control your diet, it will inevitably increase the burden on the stomach and intestines, and cause gastrointestinal upset. People with motion sickness should pay special attention to diet before long-distance travel. Do not drink carbonated drinks, liquor, or greasy foods. Eat light, digestible foods to avoid nausea and exacerbate motion sickness.