The increasing number of dengue patients in Delhi (Delhi dengue cases), Noida, and Gurgaon have become a cause of concern. The bite of an Aedes mosquito-spread dengue fever. This mosquito sucks the person and infects them leads to an increase in dengue cases in Delhi. There is no spread of blood directly from one to another.
Delhi Dengue Cases: Problem
Dengue cases are increasing very fast in many states of the Nation. The increasing number of dengue patients, especially in Delhi (Delhi dengue cases), Noida and Gurgaon, has become a cause for concern. This mosquito gets infected. when he sucks the blood of a person infected with the dengue virus. There is no spread of blood directly from one to another.
The spreading mosquitoes bite most in the afternoon. Especially two hours after sunrise and an hour before sunset. However, dengue mosquitoes stay active even at night, especially in areas with good light. The risk of being bitten by dengue mosquitoes is high inside offices, supermarkets, indoor halls, and stadiums. Because synthetic lights are used all the time and natural light does not come.
Dengue usually starts appearing from four to six days. And last up to ten days. These symptoms include sudden high fever, headache, pain in the eyes, severe joint and muscle pain, vomiting, nose bleeding. Dengue fever causes severe pain all over the body, so some people also call it break-bone fever. Sometimes its symptoms are mild and people mistake it for flu or other viral infection.
There is no definite medicine to treat dengue. Proper rest is required in dengue fever. Get the platelets in the blood checked regularly. Do not let there be any shortage of water in the body and take a lot of liquid diets. We should drink coconut water at this time and increase platelets.
Moreover, include Giloy, papaya, kiwi, pomegranate, beetroot, and green vegetables in the diet. Also always Keep in touch with the doctor and try to keep informing him about your platelets and your health. The doctor may also advise you to be admitted to the hospital in case of any kind of problem or platelet fall.
The mosquito spreads dengue. Mostly, Dengue mosquito bites during the daytime. So we should try to protect ourselves from mosquito bites during the daytime. During these days, we should wear full-sleeved clothes and shoes on our feet. We should not leave the body open from anywhere. Do not freeze water around or in the house.
Also drain the water frozen in the cooler, pot, tire. Also drain the water frozen in the cooler, pot, tire. If there is water in the cooler, empty it too, otherwise, mosquitoes can breed in it. Applying a mosquito net while sleeping at night is the best way of protection.
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