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What causes travellers’ diarrhoea?
Travellers’ diarrhoea is caused by drinking or eating food that contains bacteria, viruses and parasites.
You can prevent yourself from getting diarrhoea whilst travelling by avoiding unsafe water, such as buying bottled water or boiling the water first.
Try to avoid eating raw fish, meat or vegetables, and don’t put ice in your drink.
How do you cure motion sickness?
Although there’s no cure for motion sickness, there are ways to make managing your symptoms a little easier.
There are tablets that you can take for motion sickness, like promethazine hydrochloride, that can help to prevent you from feeling nauseous and vomiting.
There are also other options you can try, like avoiding caffeine and alcohol, and adding a distraction like listening to music (reading or watching a film tend to make symptoms worse).
Wearing a pressure band that applies electrical stimulation to an area may help, but studies are limited.
What is the best way to treat sunburn?
If you have sunburn, it’s important to avoid the sun as much as possible and stay cool indoors.
Cool your skin by taking frequent cold baths and showers; you’ll want to apply a generous amount of lotion (a product that contains soothing aloe vera is a good choice) to your sunburn to hydrate your damaged skin and relieve the pain.
You’re more likely to be dehydrated when you have sunburn, so it’s important to drink plenty of water to help your skin to heal.
Can children take travel sickness tablets?
If other treatments haven’t worked, you can give your child a travel sickness tablet to make travelling more comfortable.
An over-the-counter drowsy antihistamine like children’s Benadryl or Kwells may be effective at relieving your child’s sickness.
But not all travel sickness medication will be suitable for children, so always speak to a doctor or pharmacist for advice before giving it to your child.