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List of Mosquito-borne diseases

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Allergic reactions and skeeter syndrome are the basic harms of mosquito bites, but there are many other dangers that can be happen if a mosquito pierce your skin, including the below viruses…

Zika virus

Symptoms of this virus are mild, for most people. They are fever, rash, joint pain, and red eyes. The real danger is to the pregnant woman and the fetus.

This virus is linked to a birth defect called microcephaly, which causes microcephaly and brain damage. Mosquitoes spread this disease in many parts of the world including Brazil, other countries in South and Central America, the Caribbean, and Southeast Asia.

Dengue fever

It is rare in the United States, but it appears in places popular with tourists such as Puerto Rico, the Pacific Islands, Latin America, and Southeast Asia.

The person suffering from dengue fever suffers from problems such as rash, fever, headache, easy bruising, and bleeding gums. It can sometimes lead to hemorrhagic fever, which can be fatal. Therefore, the mosquitoes that cause this fever are among the most dangerous types of mosquitoes .

The only FDA-approved vaccine is for children ages 9 to 16 who have been previously infected with one of the four dengue viruses to help them avoid being reinfected by one of these viruses.

West Nile Virus

A person who has been bitten by a mosquito carrying this virus may not have any symptoms. However, some people may have a fever, joint pain, diarrhea, vomiting, or a rash. Pay attention to rare complications, such as brain infections called encephalitis or meningitis.

There is no vaccine for this disease, which appears in every state, except for Alaska and Hawaii.

Malaria

It is rare in the United States, but nearly half of the world’s population is at risk of contracting this disease. Most cases occur in sub-Saharan Africa, but transmission also occurs in South America, southern Asia and many other regions. Symptoms include fever, headache, chills, and vomiting.

Yellow fever

This disease takes its name from one of its symptoms, jaundice, which can make the skin and eyes look yellow. Less serious infections cause headaches, backaches, chills, and vomiting. There is a vaccine that prevents this fever, so a person must get the vaccine if he wants to travel to places in Africa and Latin America where this disease is common.

Chikungunya Virus

A mosquito-borne disease , it takes its name from an African language and refers to the curved appearance that people may have due to severe joint pain. Symptoms also include a rash, headache, nausea, and fatigue. The disease spreads mainly in Asia and India, and has begun to spread to Europe and the Americas. There is no cure for this virus, however most people recover. In some cases, symptoms can last for months or even years.

The eggs hatch and become watery larvae or larvae, which swim in a jerky, twisting motion. In most species, the larvae feed on algae and organic debris, although a few are predatory and may feed on mosquitoes. The life cycle of mosquitoes varies greatly, depending on the species.

Mosquito-borne diseases control methods

The best effective way to avoid getting infected with viruses spread by mosquitoes at home or while traveling somewhere, or to get rid of mosquitoes by natural methods is to prevent mosquito bites. Mosquito bites can be more than just annoying and itchy bites. They can spread viruses that cause illness and, in rare cases, death. Although most mosquito species are just annoying and not dangerous, some mosquito species in the United States and other regions around the world spread viruses that can cause disease. Mosquitoes bite during the day and night, and they live indoors and outdoors, in warm, humid places. Mosquito season begins in summer and lasts until autumn. To avoid mosquito bites, various methods can be followed, including:

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  • Use insect repellent: When used as directed by the Environmental Protection Agency, insect repellent is safe and effective, even for pregnant and breastfeeding women.
  • Wear long-sleeved clothes and long pants.
  • Try to keep mosquitoes outside, by using air conditioners. In the event that it is not possible to protect the person from mosquitoes at home, it is recommended to sleep under a bed net, which is an effective mosquito control method .
  • If you experience symptoms such as fever, headache, joint and muscle pain, and rash during travel, see your health care provider immediately for appropriate treatment.
  • Repel mosquitoes with sound-based tools.

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