Mosquito bites cause fatal diseases like dengue, chikungunya, malaria, and gastroenteritis. It is important to know these things because mosquitoes are born due to rain. The outbreak of mosquitoes increases further during the monsoon season. Let us know what dangerous diseases can spread due to mosquitoes and what are the symptoms and ways of prevention of these diseases.
In monsoon, diseases are caused by mosquitoes. One such disease is named malaria. This disease is caused by female Anopheles mosquito bites. A person suffering from this disease shows symptoms like fever, headache, headache, weakness, dizziness. To tell from this disease, a person should wear fully covered clothes. Apart from this, take care of cleanliness around you. Do not allow waterlogging around the house. Periodically spray around the drains of the house to keep mosquitoes away.
This is the second serious disease caused by mosquitoes during the monsoon. Every year hundreds of people lose their lives with dengue. A person suffering from this fever shows symptoms like headache, rashes, muscle and joint pain, chills, weakness, dizziness. A person suffering from dengue should take maximum liquid diet. Apart from this, a doctor should be contacted immediately as soon as these symptoms are seen.
Chikungunya is caused by the bite of Aedes mosquito in monsoon. The symptoms of this disease are similar to Dengue. Most of these mosquitoes bite during the day. Headache, eye pain, sleepiness, weakness, rash on the body and severe joint pain are symptoms of this disease. To avoid this disease, keep cleanliness around the house so that no mosquitoes are born around you.
Gastroenteritis is a disease caused by infection and inflammation in the digestive system. In this, the person may complain of stomach cramps, diarrhea and vomiting. A person affected by gastroenteritis may have diarrhea. This is often due to drinking contaminated food or water. These viruses enter the body with food or water and start spreading their infection in 4 to 48 hours. In its treatment, high intake of fluids, oral rehydration drinks available from the pharmacist should be consumed. Clean house food should be eaten to avoid this disease. Avoid using stale food and contaminated water. Wash hands thoroughly with soap before cooking and eating.
This disease is spread by consuming contaminated food, contaminated water and coming in contact with the person suffering from this disease. Jaundice, tiredness, loss of appetite, nausea, mild fever, yellow colored urin and itching all over the body are common symptoms. To prevent this disease one should stay away from unclean food and water along with timely vaccination.