Summer has started! Long days, warm weather, numerous outdoor adventures, festivals around the corner and few drizzling days. Did I forget to mention something? An insect that can prevent you from enjoying all these happy days. Yes, you heard it right? I am talking about a mosquito-borne disease known as Malaria. Earlier, people think that malaria is spread by a nasty smell that comes from marshland and dirty swamps. But after the discovery of parasites, it is confirmed that a mosquito whose breeding ground is such low-lying areas, is the main reason for the spread of this disease.
A malaria infection is generally characterised by recurrent attacks of chills, high fever, headache, vomiting, diarrhoea, etc. While there is no specific diet for malaria, a person infected with the disease needs to eat a healthy diet that provides adequate nutrition. A good diet is important to ensure that the body gets essential nutrients for recovery. It is recommended that people suffering or recovering from malaria should avoid eating oily and spicy foods as they can disrupt the digestion process, as well as further, aggravate the recovery, especially when they are on medications. Meanwhile, today, the 25 th of April, is celebrated as World Malaria Day, a global health event aimed at taking an immediate and urgent action in malaria control.
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