By Arushi Bidhuri
Published Jul 12, 2023
Currently dominating the Indian peninsula, dengue is a mosquito-borne disease. It causes a drop in blood platelet, which determines its severity.
Another disease spread through the bite of an infected mosquito, Malaria can lead to symptoms such as high fever and shaking chills.
Typhoid is a bacterial infection that affects the whole body. It can cause salmonella food poisoning. If left untreated, it can cause serious complications.
Cholera is a virulent disease that causes severe acute diarrhea. It usually affects people who eat food or drink water contaminated with cholera bacteria.
Another mosquito-borne disease, chikungunya is caused by Aedes Albopicturs, which breeds in tanks, coolers, utensils, and water pipes. Symptoms include chills, fatigue, acute joint pain, and high fever.
Respiratory illnesses are very common during monsoon. So, you may get a runny nose or cough or throat irritation, or inflammation.
Very common and prominent during monsoon, viral fever may lead to symptoms such as fever, fatigue, dizziness, weakness, body chills, muscle pain, joint pain, and inflammation.
Eating street food and liquid products may lead to stomach infections. Try to stick to home-cooked food and drink plenty of water during this season.