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Dengue fever and dengue virus?

In the rainy season, after the rains and floods, there is a strong fear of the spread of various diseases which can take the form of epidemics. In order to control these diseases, it is very important to follow simple and safe measures. Flood Diseases Waterborne Diseases, Malaria, Eye Diseases, Skin Diseases

Dengue fever and dengue virus
Dengue fever and dengue virus

Waterborne Diseases


The germs of various diseases are found in dirty water. Drinking or using contaminated water mostly causes gastrointestinal diseases like cholera, periodic fever, dysentery, diarrhea, indigestion, stomach worms etc.

The following precautions must be taken to prevent these diseases.

1. Use clean drinking water and, if possible, use boiled water for drinking and cooking during epidemics.
2. Avoid eating rotten fruits and raw vegetables. Wash fruits and vegetables thoroughly.
3. Cover food and beverages well to protect them from flies, as flies play an important role in moving the germs of various diseases from one place to another.

4. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and clean water before cooking. Dirty hands can cause illness.
5. In case of diarrhea, give salt to children and continue other foods. Salt can also be given to adults.
6. In the days of the plague, everyone should be vaccinated against diseases.

 

Treatment of malaria


Malaria fever is caused by a bacterium that enters the bloodstream of a healthy person through a mosquito bite and causes the disease.

After rains and floods, dirty water accumulates in the form of ponds and ponds. Mosquitoes thrive easily in such places. These mosquitoes bite a person while sleeping or waking and cause malaria fever. Avoid it. For this purpose, close the ponds and ponds of dirty water in your surroundings by adding lime or soil so that mosquitoes cannot breed in these places.

Cover yourself to avoid mosquitoes while sleeping at night. Use a mosquito net if possible. Spray mosquito repellent in your home. In case of malaria fever, use the medicine as advised by the doctor. Take a full course of medicine to completely eliminate the malaria virus from the body.

 

Eye diseases and treatment


Rainfall and flooding are likely to increase the risk of eye diseases due to air humidity and sunburn.

There may be a risk of eye ulcers ranging from eye soreness. There may be eye swelling, irritation and watery eyes. To avoid all these, it is very important to follow the following precautions. Children should be strictly forbidden to bathe in rain and dirty water of ponds and ponds. Eyes should be washed with clean water several times a day.

Consult a doctor if you develop eye problems.

 

Skin diseases and treatments


There is a high risk of spreading boils and itchy diseases in flood and rain-hit areas. To avoid skin diseases, follow the following precautions. People of all ages should take special care of body hygiene. Keep clean and rinse with clean water.

In case of itching disease, other healthy people’s items should not be used in the house. If one person in the house gets itching, then the itch medicine should be used by all the people in the house. In case of itching, itching should be avoided as the germs can be transmitted to the itchy wounds and take the form of abscesses.

 

Intensity and protection of heat in rainy season


In the months of July and August, the intensity of heat and the contrast of the sun increase. It is so hot that everyone walks away from Al-Aman and Al-Hafeez. Going out of the house is a double-edged sword. When it gets too hot, the human skin acts as an air conditioner and sweating makes a person feel somewhat relaxed and cool.

Excessive heat and sun exposure can lead to sunburn or heatstroke, which, if left untreated, can lead to death. Excessive heat in the sunstroke can cause severe sunburn. He dies. In this condition, he does not sweat at all. The temperature rises to 106 degrees Fahrenheit. The skin becomes completely dry. In this condition, the patient is immediately taken to a cool place with cold bandages on his arm and The legs should also be massaged and the patient should be rushed to the hospital.

In addition to sunstroke, excessive sweating in extreme heat can lead to severe dehydration and dehydration. In this condition, there is severe pain in the abdomen and legs and a very weak feeling. If they are discharged, then the servant becomes half dead in this condition. Even in this condition, immediate medical aid is required. In such a condition, the deficiency of water and salts is immediately removed by drip.

 

Protect from heat


Follow these tips to avoid the effects of heat stroke and sun stroke:
1. Don’t go out unnecessarily in the heat, especially during the day.
2. When going out, be sure to keep a cloth or towel on your head. Wet the cloth from time to time and keep it on your head.
3. Use water and salt as much as possible before going out and coming home.

4. Cold drinks do little to quench your thirst on hot summer days. ۔
5. Use water and other beverages as much as possible on hot days. Heavy foods should be avoided on these days.
6. Diarrhea is very common in hot days. When two or more thin stools appear in a day, it is called diarrhea. Die of deficiency.

 

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