While holidays should be about uncovering hidden gems, sipping cocktails by the pool and experiencing new cultures, many of us will have experienced feeling unwell at points during a holiday. Whether it’s the change in water, exposure to hot weather, the effects of a flight or sampling new cuisine, many aspects of a holiday introduce our bodies to different environments and previously unsampled products.

Fortunately, falling ill on holiday needn’t mean that the rest of the time in a write off. Our newest infographic explores some of the most common holiday illness and how best to avoid contracting them. For anyone unlucky enough to pick up one of these illnesses we’ve compiled the most effective ways to treat them, so you can party up a storm in Ibiza, relax on the beach in Majorca and pound the pavements in Paris

So, forget about an unsettled stomach ruining your holiday or your trip being spoilt by travel sickness. Just remember, you should always consult a doctor or pharmacist if an illness worsens or persists beyond a certain period.

 

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