Kami Export - Mosquitoes And The Deadly Diseases They Cause

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Mosquitoes And The Deadly Diseases They Cause Understand Mosquitoes March 27 2019 Mosquitoes are that group of insects that are pretty much everywhere In your house outside your house- you can easily spot a mosquito. The troublesome midge-like flies are known to be the most active creatures for spreading various infections causing diseases. It w on’ t be wrong to say that mosquitoes are the most frequent carriers for diseases in the world directly or indirectly affecting your f am i l y ’ s health. Dengue fever Malaria Arbovirus Encephalitis Chikungunya Zika fever- the list is pretty endless when it comes to listing down mosquito-borne diseases. What one needs to focus on is how to control the spread of diseases using probably a mosquito repellent machine. Yet we would like our readers to know about the most prevalent diseases caused by mosquitoes so that you have a proper solution to protect your family. 1. Malaria: It is caused by the Plasmodium type protozoan which is carried through the female mosquito body causing infection. Malaria is a life-threatening disease that consists of initial symptoms like fever tiredness vomiting and headaches. Using the effective https://www.goodknight.in/ Goodknight Activ+System can solve most of your problems.

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2. Dengue Fever: The Aedes mosquitoes just like the other encephalitic viruses spread it. The interesting thing is that its symptoms are seen about a week after the mosquito bite. Beginning with fever vomiting and skin rashes timely medication decides the fatality rate as dengue can be controlled well only if detected early. There is no specific treatment but using an electric mosquito repellent especially during the day can protect your children as these mosquitoes bite during the daylight. 3. Chikungunya: Like dengue Aedes mosquitoes cause Chikungunya as well. Symptoms include joint pain fever headache nausea and vomiting. The infection happens over a period of 5-7 days during which the symptoms become more severe. Children are susceptible to such diseases mainly due to their lower immunity as compared to adults and chances of them accidentally venturing close to mosquito breeding spots. There are no vaccines to prevent Chikungunya but active protection using electric mosquito repellent can keep the smiles of your children intact.

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