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Monsoon Diseases in Rainy Season and Prevention

Monsoon Diseases in Rainy Season and Prevention


Monsoon Diseases in Rainy Season and PreventionAs the weather started cooling down, and the rainfall began, the utmost care had to be exercised concerning health. This is because the spread of viruses is very common at this juncture of monsoon. This results in viral infections spate, especially chills and fevers.

**Why Do Viral Fevers Occur?

These viral infections and fevers generally spread from one person to another through the air. Sometimes, they easily spread faster through respiration. Currently, the body’s capacity to fight diseases has also decreased. Some reasons include changed diet habits, alterations in lifestyles, polluted water, and negligence toward health. Such viral infections constrict the blood vessels in our body, thus slowing down the blood flow rate. Gradually, the count of WBCs in the blood decreases, ultimately resulting in decreased immunity. Most of these fevers and viral infections spread rapidly in children. So, with the weather changes, extra care needs to be taken about health.

The Risk of these Diseases is High: 

The rainy season is accompanied by an increased population of mosquitoes. The rising count of mosquitoes, it leads to a host of diseases such as dengue fever, chikungunya, viral flu, infections, allergies, gastroenteritis, typhoid fever, and hepatitis A and E.

Symptoms of Viral Fever:

As these viruses spread, symptoms manifest in the form of body aches, fever, vomiting, skin allergies, fatigue, loss of appetite, sore throat, severe cold, and stomach pain. Get immediate help from a doctor if you lie in this category with these symptoms.

What Precautions Should Be Taken?

As the diseases spread fast in this rainy season, we should be very careful. The cold weather allows microorganisms to easily enter our bodies. Mosquitoes spread more in this weather, so it’s better to wear full-sleeve clothes so that there is protection from mosquito bites. When going out in the rain, always wear an umbrella or raincoat. We should drink boiled and cooled water. Eat immunity-enhancing foods. Avoid outside foods. Put fruits in the lunch boxes of the children. If you get a sore throat, probably by virii, so gargle frequently with warm salt water. Take nutrient-rich food and consume it while it is hot. Above all, wash your hands frequently and maintain personal hygiene.

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