Common symptoms include high fever, severe headache, vomiting, pain in the back of the eye, muscle and joint pain and rash.
Dengue fever is a mosquito-borne virus that infects more than 390 million people every year. Although the disease is usually mild, it can be fatal.
Recent studies have shown that dengue fever has a history of 100 to 800 years. They may have originated in Africa or Southeast Asia and then moved to other parts of the world through travel and commerce.
In recent years, dengue fever has spread to more than 100 countries. Travelers who travel to popular destinations such as Brazil and India may now get sick. Due to its symptoms, the virus is also known as “high fever.” Pakistan is also battling with this fever and lost many people due to dengue fever. According to a recent survey, over 25000 cases reported this year because of Dengue Fever. We made a complete report on how we can prevent this deadly fever.
Unlike other diseases, dengue has different symptoms depending on its stage. According to the Centers for Disease Control, the most common symptoms of dengue are.
Mild symptoms of dengue can be confused with other diseases that cause fever, pain, pain or rash. The most common symptom of dengue fever in the human body is fever with any of the following: eye pain, headache, muscle pain, rash, bone pain, nausea/vomiting, joint pain. The most common symptoms of dengue are any of the following fevers:
There are no specific drugs for treating dengue.
If you or your family have any of the following symptoms, please go to your local emergency room or clinic immediately:
If you have a warning sign, please consult your health care provider or go to the emergency room immediately.
Severe dengue fever is a medical emergency and requires immediate medical attention or hospitalization.
The dengue prevention step can help you cope with the spread of the disease. You can follow some simple precautions to protect yourself during the implementation process. Please continue to read some simple tips to follow.
Every year, dengue outbreaks cause a large number of deaths across India. Dengue fever is a virus transmitted by mosquitoes and spreads rapidly. Implementing preventive measures can help to control their spread to some extent. Every year during the outbreak, you must take some precautions to protect yourself and your family from dengue fever. Dengue fever begins with some mild symptoms that people usually ignore. Therefore, it is best to avoid treatment with the disease. The preventive measures for dengue mainly include the steps of stopping mosquito breeding and preventing mosquito bites.
Mosquitoes are everywhere. You should protect yourself from mosquito bites as much as possible. Put on full-sleeved clothes and try to cover all parts of the body. When you sleep, you can use a mosquito net to ensure a good night’s sleep without being bitten by mosquitoes. You can also use mosquito repellent cream before you leave.
Your home can also encourage mosquito breeding and make your home unsafe. There are several factors that can cause mosquito breeding in a building. Cleaning the home is the first and most important step in recommending the end of the spread of dengue fever. The stagnant water is the mainland for mosquito breeding. Therefore, don’t forget to clean pots or containers that may accumulate water. In addition, please try not to store water for later use.
Open doors and windows invite mosquitoes to enter your home directly. Close the doors and windows when not in use. If the window or door is damaged, the mosquito must be repaired before it enters the home.
Early detection and treatment can help you fight disease better. This avoids this situation and prevents it from getting worse. The initial symptoms should be clear so that you can get treatment as soon as possible.
The children spent the longest time outdoors, increasing their interaction with mosquitoes. From school to entertainment time, spending time outdoors increases the chance of dengue fever. Have your child wear full-sleeved clothes and use a mosquito repellent. Don’t let them spend as much time outside the house. Try to play your child in the indoor game.
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