Popularly known as the “breakbone fever,” dengue occurs due to a virus called DENV-1 and yes, they are from “mosquitoes.”
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FOR DENGUE FEVER
Dengue fever is an flu like ailment spread by the bite of a contaminated mosquito.
Dengue hemorrhagic fever is a serious, frequently deadly, difficulty of dengue fever. Popularly known as the “breakbone fever,” dengue occurs due to a virus called DENV-1 and yes, they are from “mosquitoes.”
Dengue is spread by the bite of an Aedes mosquito. The mosquito transmits the disease by biting an infected person and then biting someone else.
Low levels of blood platelets,
Leakage of blood plasma
• Prevention centers on avoiding mosquito bites in areas where dengue occurs or might occur and eliminating breeding sites.
• Dengue occurs in most tropical areas of the world.
You can notice the symptoms of dengue in 3 – 6 or within 15 days after being infected. The symptoms can happen in stages. Usually, the symptom starts with a chill, then headache, pain in the movement of eyes, followed by a low backache and loss of appetite.
Take a fresh papaya leaf and cut it into slices. Ensure that you remove the veins.
Mix the leaves with 10 ml of cold water.
Ground the mixture and filter it.
Strain it and drink the juice four times a day.
Papaya leaves contain enzymes like papain and chymopapain, which help in normalizing the platelet count, improves liver function, deals with blood clotting, and heals the liver damage.
The high levels of vitamin C help stimulate the immune system, and the antioxidants help to reduce oxidative stress and eliminate excess toxins in the blood.