Dengue Fever Monsoon Season Diseases

Everyone love monsoon season. It is time for going on picnic trips, enjoying with family and admiring the beauty of nature. However, this is also the time when we are the most susceptible to diseases. The reason is a constant fluctuation in temperature in the monsoon season that affects white blood cells and makes the immune system weaker. Moreover, the humid and wet weather creates a favorable situation for bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites to reproduce and multiply and they easily attack our body and we become the victim of monsoon season diseases.

 Here we are discussing the top 6 monsoon season diseases that you need to lookout. 


This is a mosquito-borne life-threatening monsoon season disease. When Aedes mosquito with dengue virus bites a person, the person is expected to witness symptoms like high fever, pain behind eyes, vomiting, nausea, breathlessness, muscle pain, joint pain, skin rashes, and persistent headache. Dengue mosquito thrives in stagnant water and monsoon season gives favorable conditions to this breed. Aedes mosquito also spread diseases such as Zika virus and chikungunya

You can do these things to protect yourself from mosquito bites. 

· Do not allow to collect water at any place around you. 

· Use mosquito repellents.

· Wear full body covered clothes.

· Stay away from crowded areas.



S. Typhi virus is the reason for this disease. It is caused by contaminated food and water. Typhoid is noted by fever, sore throat, headache and weakness.

To prevent this monsoon season disease, you should do these precautions.

· Use hand sanitizer

· Eat home-cooked food

· Drink fresh and healthy fluids


Malaria is another mosquito-borne disease that is also very common in the monsoon season. This disease is transmitted through the bite of the female anopheles mosquito. The symptoms of malaria are very similar to dengue-like body aches, high fever with chills, heavy sweating, body aches, and nausea. Researches show that 90 percent of the Indian population is at the risk of this monsoon season disease because, in India, waterlogging in road pits is a standard problem in the rainy season. 

Protect yourself from malaria by applying these preventive measures.

· Use mosquito repellants and nets

· Do not let the water to be stagnant 

· Wear full sleeves clothes


Jaundice is one of the most occurring monsoon season diseases. In monsoon season most people love to eat street food but at the time the risk of food being contaminated is very high. It becomes the cause of Jaundice. The symptoms of Jaundice are yellow eyes, yellow urine, vomiting, weakness, and liver dysfunction. 


You should consume home-cooked food and boiled water to protect you from jaundice.


It is an infectious disease that is caused by contaminated food and water with bacteria Vibrio Cholerae. This affects the gastrointestinal tract that causes diarrhea, dehydration, vomiting and even death if not treated. The chance of this disease is high in the monsoon season because of humidity and pollution in the air. 


To prevent cholera you should drink boiled and purified water.

Skin Infection: 

Skin infection is common in the monsoon season. Some common skin problems noted in monsoon season are itchy skin, ringworm, scabies, eczema, and fungal infection.

To prevent skin infection you should do these things.

· Wear loose and comfortable clothes

· Use anti-fungal powers for body

· Use anti-bacterial soap and wipe yourself properly after bath

· Avoid sharing towels, inner garments or socks.

Sometimes the symptoms of disease go unnoticed. In that case, a full-body preventive health checkup in monsoon season is the best way to detect the disease at a very early stage. Full body preventive health checkup covers all the major tests including a blood test, urine test, kidney function test, liver function test, and heart function test. It also helps in the treatment of disease. To know the benefits of preventive health checkups, click on this link.

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