“It is the rainy season when the mosquitoes are in full action. The most vital ones i.e. Mosquitoes of Dengue, Malaria and Chikungunya grows in this season. If avoided, these diseases can be fatal. Female Aedes and Anopheles mosquitoes are responsible for the losses.” Millions of people die every year due to Malaria Mosquitoes bites. As a consequence, it destroys the happiness millions of families.

Deadly Malaria MosquitoesAs indicated earlier Malaria, Dengue and Chikungunya are the most deadly diseases caused by mosquitoes. Previous few months have been a live example where a lot of families have lost their loved ones as of Dengue. Hospitals had to make an extra section for the associated patients of dengue. They were admitting patients in two or near to three digits per day.

The fact is before you, as per which the mosquitoes thriving during the rainy season can cause the most damage to humans. In these conditions, little bit of carelessness towards health can be dangerous as well as can be a reason for sudden death. On the contrary end, bit of carefulness can help you overcome the period as well defeat the disease.

Overcome Malaria:

Female Anopheles mosquito is responsible for Malaria fever. In this the patient experiences fever with cold. He/she starts shivering with cold, then automatically after sometime feels warmer. The fever level reduces as with sweating. The patient experiences severe head ache as with vomiting. The blood level of the body reduces and the patient’s skin turns pale and he/she experiences dizziness. The above mentioned symptoms of the disease are most of the times experienced in every 48 hours to 72 hours.

Carefulness with medication:

If a person gets bitten by contagious Malaria Mosquitoes, then he/she can get affected with the
preventive-measures-against-malariadisease. In case, you get affected with malaria, then it is essential that you take proper medication as well follow all the instructions of your doctor. You should consider a fact in mind, as per which symptoms of malaria can be visible in between 1 week to 4 weeks after the mosquito bite.

Symptoms of Malaria Mosquito bites:
  • Severe fever
  • Shivering and cold
  • Muscular pain
  • Fatigue
  • Nausea, Vomiting and Dysentry