Malaria Fever : Do not make the mistake of eating ‘this’ food in case of malaria infection, it will cause harm


Malaria Fever : Currently Viral flu and Malaria are accompanied. Malaria is a mosquito-borne disease. Malaria is one of the most dangerous diseases. The disease is caused by the bite of an infected mosquito. By biting this mosquito, the virus enters your body. The virus starts attacking the blood cells in your body. If this disease is not treated properly in time, there is a risk of death of the patient. A person infected with malaria will experience fever, fatigue and also cough. 

Symptoms of Malaria

Symptoms of malaria disease include: fever, sweating, body aches, vomiting, headache, fatigue, abdominal pain, diarrhea, weakness, muscle pain, blood in the stool.

Do not accidentally consume ‘these’ things in case of malaria infection

Malaria infection causes fever, so do not drink cold water at all or bathe in cold water. Fruits such as mango, pomegranate, lychee, pineapple, orange or lemon should not be consumed by the patient. Avoid cold foods like curd, carrot, radish. Avoid eating spicy or acidic foods. Avoid eating fried or spicy food from outside.

What should be consumed in case of malaria infection?

Malaria patient should eat apple. Khichdi, sago are nutritious and easy to digest foods. It is beneficial to consume it. If you feel bad taste in your mouth due to fever, you can cut a lemon and add black pepper powder or rock salt to it and suck it. Eating guava in malaria fever is beneficial to the patient. Add black pepper along with tulsi leaves and boil this water. Now strain it and drink it. You will benefit from this.

Take ‘These’ Precautions to Avoid Malaria

Prevent mosquitoes from breeding indoors or outdoors. For this, take care of the cleanliness around you. Mosquitoes breed in stagnant water. So clean the drains near the house. Fill the surrounding pits to prevent water accumulation. Do not allow water to accumulate in empty containers or letters outside the home. Periodically spray every nook and cranny of the house and outside with insecticides. Wear full-body clothing to protect against mosquitoes during monsoons. If using a cooler take special care to clean it and spray the medicine.

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