Malaria is an infectious disease caused by a parasite, Plasmodium, which infects red blood cells. Malaria can occur despite taking anti-malarial drugs and symptoms of malaria infection usually occur within 9 to 14 days.
The symptoms characteristic of malaria include flulike illness with fever, chills, muscle aches, and headache. Some patients develop nausea, vomiting, cough, and diarrhea. Cycles of chills, fever, and sweating that repeat every one, two, or three days are typical.
Individuals who have been infected with Malaria will experience a wide range of symptoms which can be felt in a mild capacity,
Where does malaria occur?
Malaria typically is found in warmer regions of the world in tropical and subtropical countries. Higher temperatures allow the Anopheles mosquito to thrive. Malaria parasites, which grow and develop inside the mosquito, need warmth to complete their growth before they are mature enough to be transmitted to humans
How is malaria transmitted?
Malaria is passed on by the female Anopheles mosquito biting a person who has malaria parasites in their blood. People get malaria by being bitten by an infected female Anopheles mosquito.
You and your family can prevent malaria by
Main Causes of Malaria
Prevention of malaria
Malaria had been a persistent problem worldwide. Malaria generally persists among tropical and subtropical areas. Malaria spreads and infects through mosquitoes. These mosquitoes could generally be found thriving in stagnant water. Here are some symptom and prevention for malaria:-
The main symptoms of malaria include:
Preventions for Malaria