Dengue is one of the most dreaded diseases worldwide. No
matter how preventive you are, somehow this killer virus
finds a place in your body to settle in. Dengue is caused by
the attack of aedes mosquito that will transfer virus into
the body. Rainy season is the most common time when people
suffer from this disease. Aedes mosquitos breeds in
unhygienic water filled places such as desert coolers, tin
buckets, stagnant waters outside.
The symptoms for dengue can vary from person to person,
depending upon the stage of occurrence. Let's take a look at
the list of some common symptoms that you may experience at
the onset of Dengue.
Symptoms Of Dengue:
Feeling cold frequently especially in the evening.
Leads to high-fever
Rashes on the body spreading throughout with each passing
Weakness and numb body.
Pain in eyes
Severe muscular pains
Pains in the joints
However, the mentioned list comprises of initial symptoms
that subside within 2-3 days of occurrence, followed by
heavy sweating. In severe cases, Dengue fever also leads to
intolerable pain on the muscles and joints of the patient.
This is the reason it is also known as The Break bone Fever.
Furthermore, it makes the patient suffer from high fever and
severe headache. In some cases, patients also experience
onset of small purple spots on the epidermis which is caused
due to leakage of blood vessels. As a matter of fact, if
Dengue is not controlled or treated at the right time, it
can lead to the failure of all the major organs of the body
leading to fatal condition. So, how can you prevent such
virus from spreading in your surroundings? Let's take a look
at some prevention measures.
Are There Any Preventive Measured For Dengue?
It is always said that Prevention is the better than cure,
but not many people realize this fact until they suffer from
the consequences of ignorance and carelessness. Despite of
all the warnings, many households don't bother to clean
their water filled swimming pools, tanks, and all kind of
water storages. So, what should be the first thing to be
taken care of, in order to prevent the chances of aedes
mosquito of breeding?
Well, it must have been obvious by now. Keep your house
clean, free from all kind of stale and stagnant water will
help you get rid of such disease. It should also be noted,
that stagnant water also leads to number of other chronic
health complications that can be fatal for you, as well as
your family members. Keep your water storage containers
clean and covered.
You may also make use of mosquito repellents such as coils,
electric vapor mats, sprays and so on to prevent Dengue. If
there have been many recent Dengue cases in your
neighborhood, then call for aerosol insecticides services.
They will spread the chemical in the air to kill all the
adult mosquitoes resting at fine corners of your home.
As a matter of fact, dengue aedes mosquito usually bites
during the day. Therefore, you must make sure your family
members, especially kids wear full sleeved t-shirts to avoid