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Title: Malaria Fever: Home Remedies, Causes, Symptoms, and Prevention Tips


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Home Remedies For Malaria Fever - Causes and
Symptoms
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Malaria is a parasitic infection transmitted
through mosquitoes that have afflicted the human
race over the millennia. The disease imposes a
great socio-economic burden on humanity.
According to the latest WHO report, India ranks
fourth in infections and deaths caused by
malaria. Children, pregnant women and travelers
are more prone to get malaria. The female
Anopheles mosquito exchanges Plasmodium parasites
from its saliva into the individual's blood. The
parasites, after entering the bloodstream, move
up to the liver and reproduce itself. Within 48
to 72 hours the parasites invade to red blood
cells and multiply inside the RBC which results
in the infected cells to burst open. Each time
they burst, the person will experience a bout of
fever, chills, and sweating. Out of different
subspecies of Plasmodium, only five are dangerous
- P. vivax, P. ovale, P. malarie, P. falciparum
and P. knowlesi. As malaria is transmitted by
blood, it can likewise be transmitted through a
transfusion, an organ transplant, and the
utilization of shared needles. But, this is very
rare.
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  • What are the Causes of Malaria?
  • The Plasmodium parasites that causes malaria in
    humans are
  • Plasmodium falciparum This is the most common
    malaria parasite mainly found in Africa. Most of
    the time the parasite is responsible for deaths
    worldwide.
  • Plasmodium vivax These causes milder symptoms
    compared to Plasmodium falciparum. They stay in
    the liver for up to 3years, due to which there is
    a risk of reoccurrence.  Commonly found in Asia
    and South America.
  • Plasmodium ovale Fairly uncommon and if
    occurred, can remain in the liver for several
    years without producing symptoms. Usually found
    in West Africa.
  • Plasmodium malarie The occurrence is quite
    unusual. They are only found in Africa.
  • Plasmodium knowlesi Malaria caused due to this
    parasite is very rare and found in parts of
    southeast Asia.

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  • Signs and Symptoms of Malaria Fever
  • Malarial infection is generally characterized by
    the following signs and symptoms
  • Fever with chills
  • Headache
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Muscle pain and fatigue
  • Other signs and symptoms may include
  • Sweating
  • Chest or abdominal pain
  • Cough
  • A few people who have malaria
    experience cycles of malarial "attacks." An
    attack usually starts with shivering and chills,
    trailed by a high fever, followed by sweating and
    returns to normal temperature. The signs and
    symptoms typically begin within a few weeks after
    being bitten by an infected mosquito. However,
    some types of malaria parasites can lie dormant
    in the body for up to a year.

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Home Remedies For Malaria Fever 1.  Turmeric
Turmeric mixed into a glass of warmed
milk and drunk as an effective home remedy for
malaria. The known antioxidant and antimicrobial
properties of turmeric will help to fight the
infection and reduce the symptoms.  2.  Datura
Datura is an Indian herb that
has been known to make a great home remedy for
malaria. Simple crush two to three datura leaves
and add them to half a teaspoon of jaggery to
make pills. You can take one pill every two hours
before a malaria attack. This is particularly
effective in treating the fever caused by your
malaria infection. 3.  Lemongrass
Lemongrass also called as fever grass and
is arguably one of the most common plants which
can be used as a home remedy for Malaria. When
boiled, the resulting lemongrass infusion can be
taken on a daily basis to relieve malaria
symptoms and fight the disease.
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Home Remedies For Malaria Fever 4.  Tulsi
Tulsi is a wonder drug that exhibits a
combination of pharmacological activities like
antimicrobial, antibacterial, antiviral,
antifungal, antiprotozoal, antimalarial,
anthelmintic, mosquito repellent, antidiarrheal,
antioxidant, anticataract, anti-inflammatory,
chemopreventive, radioprotective, etc.
Tulsi leaves (around 12-15) are crushed and the
juice is extracted. To this juice add a pinch of
black pepper and have it thrice a day during the
early stages of the disease. 5.  Ginger
Ginger can help to boost the immune system and
initiate the speed recovery after the infection.
Gingerol, the active ingredient in ginger,
possess anti-inflammatory and antibacterial
properties, making it one among the most
effective natural remedy for treating this
ailment. 6.  Fenugreek Seeds Time unknown
Fenugreek seeds are an inevitable home remedy in
boosting ones immune system. These help to fight
the parasites in the body, thereby aiding in
quick recovery from malaria. - These are
the Home Remedies For Malaria Fever Can Cure
Naturally At Home
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