Common Monsoon diseases that You might suffer for Long!!

Common Monsoon diseasesMonsoon is the time when you see your friends missing in your classroom, colleagues taking leave from work and children sitting or sleeping without playing around. The wonder is just one factor is responsible for all these causes. It’s GERMS, GERMS and GERMS!!!Well, the monsoon playground is not for your child but for virus, bacteria and fungus. They affect everyone who comes into contact with them and turn off their energy key to fall sick.

Here are few common health issues that affect every single person during monsoon.

Water borne diseases

The easy route to find you for germs is “water”. When the rain droplets mix with river or lake, germs and bacteria also arrive in your tap along with water. If you fail to drink boiled water, you are at high risk of developing the common monsoon diseases like cold, cholera, typhoid and diarrhea. This is the reason why you see people coughing and sniffing at the start of rainy season.

Fungal diseases

Your foot is the house for fungus to stay. It’s your duty to keep your feet and other body parts dry to cancel their accommodation. Though fungal infections are not harmful, it will disturb you every day causing irritation and inflammation. To avoid such situations, use anti-fungal spray or powder when you’re at office or school, clean and dry your toes and fingers twice a day and use good quality slippers that suits your toe size.

Dengue

Mosquitoes are more active in monsoon than any other seasons to cause some deadly diseases like dengue. Female mosquitoes can lay up to 300 eggs at a time. As their laying area is surface of the stagnant water, make sure you drain out extra water from flower pots, bathroom and kitchen. Use mosquito nets in bedroom or cover yourself with blankets to avoid mosquito bites. If you experience fever, body ache, joint pain and rashes, call your doctor immediately.

Jaundice

Jaundice is another common monsoon disease that you can suffer from. Rain doesn’t let you go out and as a result you may store some food to use during rainy season. The virus present in contaminated food and water cause jaundice and make you feel extremely weak. Early symptoms include change in color of the urine and vomiting, when unnoticed may lead to liver failure. Say “no” to street foods, cook healthy foods at home and drink boiled water.

 

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