10 Stomach Bug Symptoms

By carolynne
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2. Nausea

Feeling queasy is a common sign that something is awry with the digestive system. Most cases of stomach bugs share this telltale symptom. Individuals frequently experience cold sweats and weakness together with nausea.

Nausea can quickly transition into vomiting, so individuals should rest until the discomfort has passed. Many people find that home remedies, such as drinking ginger or mint tea, can settle nausea. It’s important to increase fluid intake to keep hydrated.

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