Dengue Fever: Time To Protect Yourself From The Disease

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Dengue fever, well the most haunted and the most dangerous fever ever.

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Dengue Fever: Time To Protect Yourself From The Disease Dengue fever well the most haunted and the most dangerous fever ever. It comes on a monsoon period this fever takes a lot of people’s lives it happens when the mosquito bites and spread their poison into your body within a week you start experiencing headache fever and vomiting. Want to know more about dengue fever then this blog is the best option to know more People Also Like To Read: Kidney Infection Pyelonephritis: Need Prompt Medical Attention Today What is Dengue Fever Dengue fever is also called break-bone fever. This fever is an infectious mosquito-borne disease which is caused by dengue viruses which are transmitted through mosquitoes such as yellow fever mosquitoes. The symptoms usually begin within 4- 7 days. You may start experiencing high fever nausea vomiting and headache. What are the Symptoms of Dengue Fever There are many people but especially teens and children may experience no signs or symptoms during a mild case of dengue fever. When symptoms do begin they usually begin 4-7 days after the bitten by an infected mosquito. Symptoms include: • Headache • Muscle bone and joint pain

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• Nausea • Vomiting • Pain behind the eyes • Swollen glands • Rashes Symptoms of hemorrhagic dengue fever include: • Extreme abdominal pain • Vomiting • Bleeding from the gums or nose • Blood in the urine stools or vomit • Bleeding under the skin which might look like bruising

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• Difficult or rapid breathing • Cold or clammy skin • Fatigue • Irritability or restlessness You Might Also Like To Read: 6 Side Effects of Pain Medicines That Should Not Be Overlooked What are the Preventions of Dengue Fever Here are some ways to prevent dengue fever include: Protective Clothing: It reduces the amount of skin exposed by wearing long pants long-sleeved shirts and socks tucking pant legs into shoes or socks and wearing a hat. Avoid scents: A strong scented soaps and perfumes also attract mosquitos.

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Mosquito repellents: Use a repellent with at least 10 percent concentration of diethyltoluamide DEET or a higher concentration for longer lengths of exposure. Avoid using DEET on young children. Stagnant Water: The Aedes mosquito breeds in clean stagnant water. Checking for and removing stagnant water can help reduce the risk. Close the door: Make sure window and door screens are secure and free of holes. If sleeping areas are not screened or air-conditioned use mosquito nets. What are the Stages of Dengue Fever The infection is divided into 3 phases: Febrile critical and recovery. This phase involves high fever over 104 °F and is associated with generalized pain and a headache this usually lasts 2- 7 days. Nausea and vomiting may also start. What Food Should be Having in Dengue These 4 food items are good in dengue fever such as: • Papaya • Broccoli • Pomegranate

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• Spinach Conclusion As we have given you such knowledgable information about dengue fever and its symptoms and more importantly its precautions which definitely helps you to save your life from this drastic and life-threatening fever. Whenever you start feeling any of the above symptoms then immediately consult a doctor. People Also Like To Read: Water Deficiency: Know The Important Signs and Symptoms It Can Cause Many Problems

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