Dengue Ka Kahar: The havoc of dengue is increasing in the country, the central government has been alerted, know the symptoms and preventive measures. 1 News Track English


Dengue Ka Kahar: These days the festive season is going on in the country and in the meantime many viruses including Corona virus, Dengue are wreaking their havoc. For the last one and a half years, the war against the corona virus epidemic is going on, while on the other hand now dengue has emerged as a big challenge. Dengue cases are increasing rapidly in many states across the country. After which the state as well as the central government has come into alert mode and has started taking necessary steps to prevent dengue outbreak.

The central government has sent high-level teams to 9 states and union territories to control dengue. These are the states where dengue cases are coming the most, these include Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir, Haryana, Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Let us tell you that a large number of dengue cases are being reported in Delhi right now. Along with this, the Ministry of Health has directed the officials to expedite the investigation so that patients can be detected and treated at the right time.

In the midst of dengue, swine flu has also knocked in Delhi. Due to the similar initial symptoms of corona virus, dengue and swine flu, it is difficult to find out which patient is suffering from which disease. In such a situation, in the midst of the increasing outbreak of dengue, we are going to tell you about what it is, how it spreads, what are its symptoms and what measures should be taken to avoid dengue. So that you can get your treatment at the right time by paying attention to the early symptoms in time.

(symbolic photo credit – social media)

What is Dengue (Dengue Kya Hota Hai)

Dengue is a mosquito-borne viral infection or disease. This disease is spread by the bite of the Aedes mosquito. When an Aedes mosquito carrying the virus bites a healthy person, he or she becomes infected with dengue. This disease is mainly found in tropical and subtropical regions of the world.

Its symptoms last from 3 days to 14 days. Talking about the treatment of dengue, there is no exact medicine for this disease. But it can be controlled by paying attention to it in the beginning and can be cured soon with the right diet. On the other hand, in more severe cases, the patient has to be immediately admitted to the hospital, otherwise the victim’s life can also be lost.

Indicative picture of fever Credit – social media

Symptoms of Dengue (Dengue Ke Lakshan)

If we talk about the symptoms of Dengue fever, then its most common symptom is high fever. Dengue has a fever of 104 degrees Fahrenheit and at least two of the following symptoms are seen. Dengue treatment can be started soon by identifying them at the right time.

  • high fever
  • Headache
  • eye pain
  • muscle and joint pain
  • Tiredness
  • weakness
  • vomiting
  • red rash on skin
  • loss of appetite
  • swollen glands
  • giggle

Symptoms of Severe Dengue (Dengue Ke Gambhir Lakshan)

However, if dengue becomes severe, then the victim is also at risk of developing hemorrhagic fever or DHF (Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever). So let us know what are the symptoms of severe cases of dengue-

  • severe abdominal pain
  • Tiredness
  • irritability or restlessness
  • having trouble breathing
  • bleeding gums or nose
  • persistent vomiting
  • blood in stool, urine or vomit
  • bleeding under the skin
  • fluid accumulation in the chest

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Prevention Of Dengue

Dengue cases are increasing rapidly in many states and cities, so it is important that you keep yourself safe from this virus. And protect your family members from dengue by taking some necessary measures. So let us know what you should do to prevent Dengue Se Bachav.

  1. Since dengue is a communicable disease, which spreads from person to person through mosquito bites. In such a situation, it is important that you keep yourself safe from mosquitoes. Use mosquito repellents, mosquito nets, mosquitoes will not come near you.
  2. Along with this, close the windows and doors of your houses in the morning and before evening, because dengue mosquitoes are very active in the morning and evening.
  3. Avoid going out in the morning and evening. If you go out for some important work, then definitely wear full clothes. So that the body can be covered well.
  4. Don’t let water collect around your house and keep the water covered. Because the Aedes mosquito breeds in clean and stagnant water.

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