Ebola is a viral infection and is also called as Ebola hemorrhagic fever. Ebola is spread from animals to humans through contact with bodily fluids and skin of infected animals. Then it spreads from person to person. People who got infected may have symptoms like fever, diarrhea, vomiting, fatigue, sore throat, lack of appetite and muscle pains. When person gets in contact with the virus, the incubation time of the virus is 2 days. People face symptoms of Ebola after 3 weeks from the time of exposure. Any objects like utensils, cups, glasses can also carry the virus and it is important to stay away from them to avoid infection and also to wear garments which cover your whole body. Ebola virus does not spread through air, water, mosquito bites and others. The virus slowly destroys our immune system and also our organs. In later stages it destroys cells in the body and leads to uncontrollable hemorrhage from ears, eyes, mouth, nose and also inside the body.
Along with the above symptoms, people with Ebola face other symptoms like
- Skin rash
- Joint pain
- Chest pain
- Breathlessness and difficulty swallowing
- Abdominal cramps
- Severe hemorrhage
- Reduced liver and kidney functioning.
People who are near to them like family members and friends are at an increased risk of developing Ebola. People who got infected needs bed rest and are also isolated from other family members to avoid spread of infection.
Steps to prevent Ebola
One and only important way to avoid Ebola is avoiding contact with infected persons and also avoid contact with monkeys, chimpanzees, gorillas and bats. With few other precautionary steps one can avoid severe infections like
- Wash your hands frequently with soaps
- Wash and peel fruits and vegetables before eating or cooking them
- Wear gloves, body suits and goggles before taking care of infected persons
- Avoid traveling to places where Ebola virus is spreading.
- Be careful while handling body fluids of infected persons.
- Do not eat wild meat
- Contact doctor if you have any symptoms of Ebola after traveling to Africa.
Homeopathy Treatment for Ebola Disease
Homeopathy for Ebola disease works very effectively in controlling the disease and symptoms. Homeopathy remedies for Ebola are safe, free from side effects and are also non toxic. Homeopathic remedies are natural and extracted from natural substances like plants, vegetables and also other natural remedies. Homeopathy treats Ebola by improving immunity system. Homeopathy remedies are prescribed based on symptoms and theory of individualization. Homeopathy treatment mainly focuses on improving self healing process and aims at overall wellbeing. Homeopathy along with treatment also provides homeopathy tips for Ebola disease. These homeopathy tips include maintaining hygiene, avoiding contact with infected person and so on. Homeopathic tips helps in quick recovery and are also safe to use. Homeopathy treatment mainly controls the symptoms of Ebola like weakness, headache, anxiety, diarrhea, breathlessness, difficulty swallowing and so on.