Malaria is one of the most silent killers among furious diseases in the world. The travels and tourists are more prone to this disease since the compatible climate for infecting this disease is warm and wet regions whereas the native of this disease is the tropical and sub-tropical regions of the globe. We all know that Malaria spread through certain breeds of mosquitos but let’s understand what exactly it is and how does it conquer a human body.
What Exactly Is Malaria?
Malaria is a Plasmodium – parasite microorganism, and there are 5 species in them -All of which are equally murderous. The very first step of the attack is when the mosquitoes in your area get infected by these microorganisms. However, the mosquitoes can survive with this infection, but as soon as it bites a human, the game starts. The microorganisms first travel to the liver because that’s the place comfortable for them to grow. After acquiring a sufficient stage of maturity, these microorganisms leave the liver and start flowing in the bloodstreams. This is when you can experience its symptoms until then everything is just fine. So, remember the fact, after you are infected with malaria, the microorganisms might take several months or years to emit the symptoms!
What Are The Symptoms Of Malaria?
Casual symptoms of malaria are Body Chills, sweating, high fever that may be constant or come and go and the body aches. In some cases, the victim may also experience vomiting and nausea, and diarrhea. In severe cases, it may cause brain damage, or kidney failure also.
The Most Dangerous Malaria Prone Areas
- Western Pacific Islands
- Papua New Guinea
- America (Central and South)
How To Stay Safe While Traveling?
Before traveling, you might want to plan and be cautious to make sure that the area is not prone to malaria. Visit CDC and make sure you are up to the mark before traveling there. On this website, you will have to fill a form, and it will display the risks in the place you are going to visit. You can also consult a Travel Health Specialist in your area and get some stock of anti-malaria medicines. Furthermore, it is a best practice to visit your doctor before two months of your travel schedule.
There are antimalarial medicines that your doctor might consult you, you must start consuming them before your entry in the malaria-prone area under strict observation of your doctor. You also need to take care of the food that is consumed to make sure your immunity remains intact.
Even if you are consuming medications based on the prescriptions of your doctor, you must stay safe from mosquitoes on the malaria-prone areas. You might need to use a powerful mosquito repellant and use mosquito nets during your sleep. Before that, you must also make sure that your body is covered-up including legs and arms with light color apparels. It is also advisable to use a little bit of technology, i.e., some insecticides that are specially designed to keep the mosquitoes away from the bed nets.
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