What is Malaria Disorder?
Malaria disorder is a parasitic disorder which is transmitted by infected female anopheles mosquito. The parasite enters into our body when mosquito bites. These parasites travel to liver and grow faster and infect our RBC. Malaria is a dangerous disease which can be life threatening. Malaria does not spread from person to person directly. Malaria is mostly seen in tropical and subtropical climate countries like Africa, Asia, Papua New Guinea and western pacific islands. There are different types of species of plasmodium parasite that can infect people like plasmodium vivax, plasmodium falciparum, plasmodium malariae, and plasmodium ovale and plasmodium knowlesi. Among these plasmodium falciparum is the severe and can lead to death. An infected mother passes the virus to her child at the time of birth.
An infected person may have symptoms like fever, chills, headache, sweating, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, body ache, diarrhea and anemia. In few cases especially in young children seizures may also occur. Symptoms and severity of symptoms vary depending on the species that affected. The symptoms of malaria are seen within 10 days. Malaria is mainly caused by mosquito bite and it can also be passed from an infected mother to her child. Transmission of malaria from mother to her child is called congenital malaria. In few cases it can also be through organ transplant, transfusion and may also be due to sharing the needles and syringes. Malaria can lead to several complications like
- Cerebral malaria or swelling of vessels in brain
- Pulmonary edema or fluid accumulation
- Organ damage like kidney and liver
- Low sugar levels.
- Several tests and procedures are available to treat malaria. With these tests the doctors can easily identify if any organ got affected and provide appropriate treatment. Treatment will be prescribed based on the type of parasite that infected.
Malaria control tips for healthy life
Here are few tips to overcome malaria
- Consult your doctor and take preventive malaria treatment when you are traveling to malarial regions.
- Use mosquito nets to avoid mosquito bites.
- Use bug sprays and mosquito repellent creams.
- Cover your body
- Keep your house and surroundings clean
- Know the symptoms of malaria and visit your doctor when you are feeling unwell.
- Use insecticides in rooms
- Avoid traveling if not necessary
- If possible close all the Doors and windows to avoid mosquitoes entering
- People can control malaria relief tips through running, walking, by staying healthy and by improving immunity.
Homeopathy tips for Malaria disorders
Homeopathy for Malaria is a holistic approach towards the disease. Homeopathy for Malaria works very effectively and also gives relief from symptoms like fever, chills, body ache, anemia and etc. Homeopathic remedies for Malaria are made of natural substances obtained from plants, vegetables and natural minerals. Homeopathic remedies for malaria have no side effects, safe and are useful to all age groups including conceived women and children. Homeopathy treatment is provided based on the symptoms and individualization theory as symptoms and severity differs from each individual. Homeopathy not just focuses on malaria and its symptoms but treats an individual as whole and targets on overall well being of individual.