Dengue is among one of the viral diseases which transmits mainly by the infectious bite of one of the mosquitoes of the species Aedes Aegypti.The disease reveals its signs and symptoms after five or six days of the mosquito bite. Its sickness ranges from mild to severe life threatening illness. Its severeness leads to the flu-like illness called Dengue Hemorrhagic fever (DHF) which may lead to the death of a person. People of all age groups and almost both sexes are susceptible to this disease whereas more frequent death occurs in children during the severeness of this disease. Its prevalence may be observed almost in every nook and corner of India, in different towns and metropolitan cities. Its outburst has also been observed from the outskirts of Karnataka, Maharashtra and Haryana. Its incubation period (the transition period of a disease from mild to severe) ranges from six to twelve hours to three to five days.
Several breeding places have been observed where water easily stagnates which aid mosquitoes to multiply in number and some of them are Jars, Coolers, Tanks, Cisterns, Bottles, Tree holes, Gutters, etc.
Transmission of virus from the infectious bite of Aedes mosquito is the foremost cause and some of the underlying characteristics of this species are-
If a person develops dengue and this mosquito bites that person and sucks his blood then the virus enters into the mosquito’s body and then if the mosquito attempts to bite a hale and hearty person then the dengue virus enters that person’s bloodstream.
The risk of its severeness increases if a person develops dengue for more than one time.
Symptoms of dengue range from mild to severe depending upon the stage/degree of disease a person develops. If a person develops dengue he should check out for one or more of the following underlying symptoms such as-
However, in a few cases, it does not reveals any of such symptoms and it seems like a normal fever.
There is no full proof medication to cure the disease. As we know that prevention is better than cure so we should try our level best to prevent it. Special preventive measures should be taken during the daytime especially in the morning and afternoon period because dengue virus is most active during these parts of a day.
Some of the effective and friendly preventive measures are-
There is no specific medicine to cure dengue.
If a person is diagnosed with diabetes then he should take pain relievers with acetaminophen which relieves pain and fever, should avoid the intake of aspirin as it could worsen bleeding.He should take sufficient rest, drink plenty of water, etc.
However, some home remedies can also prove to be a big boon to cure the disease. Papaya leaves, tulsi leaves, fenugreek leaves and black pepper are some of the ayurvedic key ingredients in curing the disease.
Many a time ayurvedic medicinal herbs prove to be a universal panacea in curing several diseases instead of taking allopathic or homoeopathic medicines and the best part is that these medicinal herbs do not have any adverse effect on our body. If they won’t be able to cure your illness then also they won’t harm you in any way. So if a person is diagnosed with dengue then he should check out for the intake of one or more of such herbs in order to cure his illness.
Some medicinal herbs and their prescription are-
An ultimate note- Though dengue fever is not fatal. If the earlier symptoms will not be treated properly then the fever will transform from benign to severe degree. If possible professional consultation and treatment should be assured as soon as possible. If a person develops dengue he should seek such home remedies as an additional supplement along with the proper dosage of medicines as prescribed by the doctor.
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