Dengue cases are increasing continuously across the country. Dengue cases are especially high in congested major urban areas. At the same time, dengue fever spreads easily even in humid environments. Let us tell you that dengue is a common viral infection, which is spread by Aedes aegypti mosquitoes. Dengue symptoms may appear 4-6 days after the mosquito bite. Symptoms of dengue include high fever, nausea, vomiting, joint pain, muscle pain, headache, fatigue, weakness, skin rash etc.
Although dengue is cured within a week, if dengue is not treated in time, it can also take the form of dengue shock syndrome, which is fatal. So it is very important to avoid dengue. Let us tell you that dengue is an infectious disease. But does dengue spread from one person to another? Or how dengue spreads from one person to another? Come, Dr. of Family Physicians of India. Learn from Raman Kumar how dengue spreads from one person to another.
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How is dengue spread from one person to another?
Let us tell you that dengue does not spread from one person to another. But a person infected with dengue has a high amount of virus in his blood. In such a situation, when an Aedes mosquito bites a person infected with dengue and sucks the patient’s blood, the dengue virus enters the mosquito’s body. Then when this mosquito bites a healthy person, the dengue virus reaches that person’s body as well. In this way even a healthy person gets infected.
Symptoms of dengue begin to appear in a person only a few days after being bitten by a mosquito. Let us tell you that dengue does not spread directly from one person to another. Also, touching an infected person does not spread dengue. So to avoid dengue it is necessary to avoid mosquitoes.
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What to do to prevent dengue?-
- Keeping in view the increasing cases of dengue nowadays, it is very important to avoid it. To avoid dengue, one should avoid contact with mosquitoes.
- Mosquitoes breed in water sources. In such a situation, do not allow water to accumulate in drains, pits, coolers, bottles, old tires and boxes.
- Keep the areas around your house clean to avoid dengue. Do not allow garbage to accumulate.
- Do not allow water or garbage to accumulate in any corner of the house. It increases the risk of dengue.
- If someone in the household is infected with dengue, keep them in bed covered with mosquito net for 6-7 days. This can prevent other people from getting infected.
- Dengue cases are on the rise now, so keep your immune system strong.
- For this, include vitamin C, protein and zinc in your diet.
- Also, boost immunity by doing yoga and exercise.
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