Behaviour of swine flu

About :-Swine flu is a respiratory disease which is causes by H-1 N-1 viruses, Swine flu is transmitted from person to person by inhalation or ingestion of droplets containing virus from people sneezing or coughing.

Risk factor for swine flu:-

Children’s from 6 months to 4 years (59 months) of age

People 50 years of age and older

Adults and children who have chronic pulmonary like asthma, cardiovascular, renal, hepatic, neurological, hematologic, or metabolic disorders like diabetes

Women who are or will be pregnant during the season of H-1 N-1 Virus

Health care professionals such as Doctors, nurses, health-care personnel treating, patients.

Symptoms of swine flu:

  • Cold
  • Headache
  • Cough
  • Nasal secretions
  • Body aches
  • chills
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Breathing problem
Prevention for swine flu:-
Stay home if you're sick
Wash your hands frequently with soap and water
Contain your coughs and sneezes
Avoid contact with others
Reduce exposure within your household

Homeopathic treatment:-

For the prevention of swine flu, homeopathic specialist prescribed following medicine.it is :-
 
Influenzinum
Aconite
Arsenic
Bryonia
Rhus.tox
Gelsemium
Nux vomica
Merc. Sol
Calc. lod
Eup purf
 
Before taken this medicine consult the doctor as well as.
 

Food diet:-

Take a sleep of 6 hrs
Don’t eat junk food 
Take a good diet with green vegetables, fruits and salad
Have a tea with the tulsi, black pepper and ginger
Eat awala, orange and lemon (Vit c) in a day

Swine flu is climate disease and it can be prevented by taking following prevention. So just avoid to contact infected people, Symptomatic people should stay at home, avoid crowded places,  simply using tissues and disposing of them will help others.

How do you know its swine flu?

If person have a high fever from more than 3 days , too much headache, cough, irritation, so on that condition you have to consult with the doctor immediately

Latest news about swine flu

Feb. 2, 2015:-
According to news reported that over the last six weeks, at least 75 people in India have died from swine flu (H1N1) virus. Although deaths have not reached the levels seen in 2012 (405) or 2013 (692), there is concern that because India is having a colder-than-normal winter.

Feb. 9, 2015:-

According to India’s Health Ministry of India, total deaths from swine flu (H1N1) influenza equaled 191 in January. This number of deaths is much higher than in January 2014. The Ministry predicts that because there is at least one more month of winter weather, additional numbers of infected individuals will impact public health and have a negative effect on the economy for the next few months.

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