What is Malaria?

In our country more than 30 million people are malaria victims every year, and more than two million people are victims of this disease due to this disease. So you need to know what is malaria, and where it starts from.

Malaria is spread by mosquito bites called female anophilia. It is an infectious disease, and with the mosquito cut, one man enters the human body.

Malaria fever comes cold. In this fever, the body temperature of the patient remains 101 to 105 degrees. There are three stages of malaria fever – exo-erythrocytic cycles, erythrocytic cycles, sporogonic bicycles. The first two of these are completed in the body of human (or other mammals) and are completed in the third mosquito. It increases the patient’s liver and spleen.

Causes of malaria
Malaria fever is mostly in the rainy season. Because mosquitoes often grow in the rainy season, and this fever spreads through mosquitoes only. These mosquitoes are born in the water of pits, ponds, tubes, etc. in the water stopped. A mosquito named Anopheles sucks blood of the patient. When a parasitic mosquito bites a healthy person, he suffers from this disease.

symptoms of malaria
In malaria fever, symptoms of the patient’s headache, dizziness, vomiting, chronic fever, fever, sweating, etc. are found.

Malaria can have three types of conditions: –

1. The condition of cold – cold fever, sudden fever suddenly, and even the patient feels that it should be covered with blanket or quilt immediately. This situation can be from 15 minutes to an hour.

2. Situation of heat – In this, the body temperature can rise to more than 100 degrees Fahrenheit (40 degrees centigrade). The patient feels heat and irritation from his body. It can cause headache suddenly.

3. Sweat Status – High fever, decreases with sweating, decreases. This condition can last for two to four hours. The fever usually comes after a certain period. The condition of cold fever and trembling indicates malaria.

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