Dengue Fever: 5 Home Remedies to Bid Goodbye to the Dreadful Disease!

It’s monsoon season and one of the diseases that has filled the hearts of people with trepidation is; dengue. It’s a flu-like disease that’s caused due to the bite of an infected female Aedes aegyptii mosquito. The risk of dengue fever rises under conditions such as rainfall and high humidity. A person infected with the dengue virus presents a plethora of symptoms such as vomiting, consistent high fever, joint pain, pain behind the eyes, nausea, rashes, swollen lymph nodes, and headache. In fact, dengue is one of the deadliest diseases because of its after-effects on the patients. If the symptoms are not treated promptly, it can lead to severe health problems such as bloody puking, needing gums, persistent vomiting, and severe abdominal bleeding. The Indian Ayurveda has been successful in healing a lot of critical diseases holistically. So, if you want to stay away from allopathic medicines and give nature a shot at healing you, you’ve got to try the following home remedies

1. Fenugreek Seeds:

Fenugreek seeds

Fenugreek seeds are rife with vitamin C, vitamin K, and several vitamins and minerals that aid in speeding up the healing process of a patient. Furthermore, vitamin C and K boost your immunity and help beat the dengue virus by preventing internal bleeding and reducing your fever. All you’ve got to do is add one to two teaspoons of fenugreek seeds to boiling hot water and let it seep for a few minutes. If you want to sweeten the drink a bit, you can even add a tablespoon of honey to it. Drink this mixture every day before you go to bed to heal faster.

2. Papaya Leaves:

Papaya Leaves

Papaya leaves are famous for combating dengue fever with their reserve of antioxidants and vitamin C. Moreover, papaya leaves prevent your platelet count from plummeting and boost it instead. All you’ve got to do is crush a handful of papaya leaves using a mortar and pestle. Then, squeeze it to extract its juice and drink it as many times during the day as possible. You can even add a little bit of honey or fruit juice to the drink to make it palatable.

3. Orange Juice:

Orange Juice

Oranges are a rich source of tannins, minerals, and vitamins. In fact, the vitamin C reserve of oranges has proven to boost the immune system in humans. Orange juice also helps in increasing the platelet count of the patient and relieve the symptoms of dengue fever. All you’ve got to do is take a couple of oranges and squeeze the fresh juice out of them. Drink it as many times during the day as possible.

4. Coconut Water:

Coconut water

One of the common symptoms of dengue fever is extreme dehydration. To fight this disease, you need to stay as hydrated as possible and the best way to achieve that is through coconut water. To keep yourself hydrated, you can drink up to two glasses of coconut water a day. In fact, it is such a healthy drink that you can consume it on a regular basis as well.

5. Neem Leaves:

Neem Leaves

Neem is well known in the Ayurvedic world for its amazing healing properties. In terms of dengue treatment, neem leaves are excellent at increasing your platelet count and white blood cells. The drastic increase in the platelet and white blood cell count helps you combat dengue faster. All you’ve got to do is crush a few neem leaves and seep it in hot water for a few minutes. After that, strain the solution and drink it while the solution is warm. As neem is quite bitter, you can add a tablespoon of honey in the mixture and enjoy the drink. 

If the dengue fever is not treated at the right time, it can turn potentially life-threatening. So, to protect yourself and your loved ones from this dreadful disease, keep your surroundings clean. However, if you’re infected and start presenting any symptoms, contact a doctor and start using these home remedies as soon as possible. These tips will surely come handy in your recovery! 

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