Malaria Fever Prevention and Nutrition | Malaria Symptoms
Malaria fever is caused by plasmodium, a single celled organism that thrives in the red blood cells of its victim. The parasite plasmodium spreads from one person to another through mosquito bites. When the mosquito sucks the blood of the infected person, it spreads it to another person through bite.
In this publication, we will give you some nutritional malaria fever therapy and malaria treatment.
Malaria Symptoms | symptoms of malaria fever
Malaria Symptoms: Some of the symptoms of malaria fever are: - loss of appetite, headaches, weakness, high temperature, heavy heart beats, pale skins etc.
Mararia definition, Prevention and causes of Malaria Fever
Malaria fever is caused by plasmodium, a single celled organism that thrives in the red blood cells of its victim. To ensure proper and adequate protection from plasmodium parasite which in turns causes malaria fever and to avoid constant malaria pills, one must:
- Not expose your body to mosquito bite to avoid plasmodium parasite
- Make sure your environment is clean.
- Avoid stagnant water and ensure proper waste water management to avoid the breeding of mosquito around the environment.
- Protect your house from mosquito attack by using mosquito net on your doors and windows – use the net that allow ventilation.
- Do not allow old cans and broken bottles around your house as they act as breeding ground for mosquitoes.
- Limit the way you eat greasy foods and fat.
- Increase the intake of fruit and vegetables.
- Ensure proper refuse disposer.
- It is of great importance to have use insecticide whenever one suspects the presence of mosquito in the house or the environment.
It is important to note here that malaria fever is preventable and curable. Therefore the death rate as a result of malaria fever can be eliminated or reduced to the beeriest minimum.
Malaria fever is prevalent in Sub-Saharan Africa. Majority of deaths in this region (Malaria in Africa) are attributed to malaria fever. Malaria fever thrives more in this region because of the poor environmental management (waste water management, poor refuse disposer, stagnant waters, and dirty environment) which permits large mosquito breeding that helps in spreading plasmodium parasite in the society.