In daily life, try to achieve the principles of regular and quantitative, easy-to-digest, soft food, and avoid spicy food. Develop good hygiene habits. Helicobacter pylori is highly infectious and can be transmitted through hands, unclean food, tableware, and discrimination.
In order to better avoid re-infection, try to adjust the diet and implement a meal-sharing system to avoid secondary infection.
For patients suffering from Helicobacter pylori infection, the vomit and feces removed should be cleaned up in time and should be disinfected as much as possible.
Wash your hands frequently. The bacteria on your hands are the most common. Parents must urge children to wash their hands with soap. This can effectively prevent Helicobacter pylori from entering the mouth through the hands.
Paying attention to oral hygiene and preventing diseases from entering the mouth are important measures to prevent Helicobacter pylori infection, gastric disease and gastric cancer. Many infants and young children infected with Helicobacter pylori are related to the mouth-to-mouth feeding of the large population.