Follow these natural hacks for sepsis

Do you know that having probiotics can help you deal with sepsis?

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Sepsis

A systemic infection which is severe and spreads through the bloodstream can be termed as sepsis. Do you know that sepsis itself is not contagious? Yes, you have heard us here. Moreover, the germs owing to which one may get it are hazardous. So, one can suffer from sepsis when the infection occurs in the bloodstream, which may also lead to blood poisoning and inflammation. This, in turn, can affect your kidneys, brain and heart. The symptoms one may exhibit can be fever, fast respiratory rate, oedema and also high blood glucose without diabetes. Having a weak immunity owing to HIV, AIDS or cancer, can put you at the risk of sepsis. Not only this, diabetics, those recently admitted to hospital or the ones who have undergone any invasive medical procedure can get this deadly infection. Going for steroids which suppress your immune system can also lead to sepsis. Seeking immediate medical help is a must. You can try these home remedies too alongside the treatment.

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Nuts

Opt for zinc and selenium-rich foods: According to a study published in the British Journal of Anaesthesia, zinc and selenium concentrations may play a vital role in tackling sepsis. Opting for foods loaded with zinc like nuts, dairy and eggs and also selenium-rich foods like fish, sunflower seeds and baked beans can do the trick.

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Yoghurt

Probiotics can be beneficial: Having it daily can help keep sepsis away. Probiotics are vital for your immune system. A study published in the journal Pediatrics and Neonatology stated that probiotic supplements cut down your candida risk and prevent invasive fungal sepsis which is seen in preterm newborns.

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Viral-Infections

Get rid of those minor infections: To keep sepsis at bay, boost your immune system which can help you deal with minor infections.

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Wash-hands-regularly

Keep your hands clean: Follow good hand hygiene. It can help in preventing infections. So, whenever you use washrooms or touch an unclean surface, wash your hands. If that's not possible, use a hand sanitiser. Always carry it with you.