Mosquito Borne Diseases types and symptoms

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Mosquito Borne Diseases that are spread via a mosquito bite, which is a bloodsucking insect. Examples of such diseases are malaria, yellow fever, dengue fever and viral encephalitis. There is no any specific medication available for most of the mosquito borne diseases, for the dealing with this disease by taking special precautions to avoid being bitten, especially in monsoon season.

Mosquitoes are responsible for the spread several dangerous diseases. The mosquitos are world’s deadliest animals. Mosquitos borne diseases are those of a vector nature and transmitted biologically. It means that harmful viruses live inside of the mosquito’s body and transmitted through the mosquito bite.

Mosquito borne diseases Symptoms and Types

Dengue :  Dengue fever is a mosquito-borne viral infection. You’ll likely get a sudden high fever and may bleed a little from your nose or gums. It can be very uncomfortable. Rest and treating the symptoms are the only things you can do for dengue. The symptoms of dengue are Headache, pain behind the eyes, muscle or bone or joint pain, skin rashes, nausea, vomiting, low platelet count, low blood pressure, nose or gum bleeds , small red or purple spots on the skin or easy bruising, pale and cold skin, difficulty breathing, drowsiness and abdominal pain. Some people get a more severe form, known as dengue hemorrhagic fever. If your small blood vessels become leaky and fluid starts to build up in your belly and lungs, you’ll need homeopathy medical care right away. Usually people in the U.S.A. with dengue bring it back with them from warm parts of Africa, Asia, Pacific Islands, Central and South America, and the Caribbean — especially Puerto Rico.

Malaria : The mosquito bite illness causes more than 600,000 deaths worldwide each year. The symptoms of malaria usually appear between 7 and 18 days after becoming infected, but in some cases, symptoms may not appear until a year has passed, and sometimes longer. Symptoms of malaria are high body temperature, sweats and chills, headaches, vomiting, muscle pains, diarrhea. Malaria is entirely lethal, it is completely preventable and treatable diseases. The treatment of malaria is not something that can be done with antibiotics. The treatment of malaria should be carried by doctors to eliminate the Plasmodium parasite from the patient’s blood. Homeopathy is the best way to treatment of malaria.

Chikungunya : Chikungunya mostly found in the caribbean and South America, chikungunya is now spreading in the U.S. The mosquitoes carry the chikungunya virus, bites most of the time during the day and the infected person can develop some symptoms such as headache, high fever, Joint swelling, joint or muscle pain, extreme weakness and rashes. Chikungunya is rarely deadly, it runs for the limited time and a patient may recover within a week, but the symptoms can be disabling and severe, even the joint pain may persist for a long time or months.

Yellow Fever : Yellow fever also one of acute disease spread by mosquitos. It can damage the internal organs, especially liver and can be potentially fatal. Some mild symptoms such as headache, sudden fever, backache, nausea and vomiting, chills, muscle pain, fatigue. But the symptoms may get worse if not treated well than 15% of yellow fever cases, people enter a second phase of the disease that includes jaundice, shock, organ failure and bleeding. Yellow fever can make your liver and kidneys fail, and it could be fatal.

How to prevent mosquito borne diseases

-Wear protective clothes such as long pants or trousers, socks and a full sleeved shirt that covers all the body.

-If you want to take short sleep or prolong sleep four hours use mosquito nets in the daytime as well as in the night.

-Make your home mosquito proof by installing or using screened doors and windows or keep doors and windows closed if they are without screens.

-Clean, cover or empty the water filled things or areas or standing water around your home, pots, cooler, buckets, tanks, drums, used tyres , gutters, pooled water, toilets etc. On a daily basis because these can be the possible mosquito breeding sites and don’t forget to throw out unnecessary items that hold water.

-Give special care and attention to the sick, elderly and children as they may be unable to look after themselves properly.

-Take precautions to protect from mosquito bites if you are travelling to the disease affected place or area.

-Support government efforts to get rid of mosquitoes and contact them for the fumigation in your locality if there is no such type of activity has been done previously.

-If possible, avoid outdoor activities during the time of epidemic.

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