Sufficient Nutrition Needs for DBD Opponents


(DBD) is a disease caused by the dengue virus. This virus is carried and transmitted by vectors, namely the Aedes aegypti mosquito. The famous mosquito with black and white stripes on its body and legs breed in stagnant clean water. DBD attacks many Indonesians because lately rain continues to flush down several parts of Indonesia. In addition, the factor in the amount of waste that is not in place, such as plastic beverage cups, can hold rainwater. Inundation of rain water is certainly a "comfortable" place for breeding Aedes aegypti mosquitoes.


Dengue virus in the body When it enters vessels and human blood flow, the dengue virus will replicate in the blood vessel walls. After that, the infection process occurs with common symptoms such as:
  • high fever
  • muscle aches and pains
  • nausea or even vomiting
Furthermore, the walls of the blood vessels will be damaged, causing a phenomenon called plasma leakage (plasma leakage). This is the condition of leaking blood from blood vessels. You can analogize this situation as a paralon pipe that is leaking so that the water inside seeps out. If this happens, the symptoms of plasma leakage will occur, which is indicated by:
  • rashes or red spots on the arms or legs
  • bleeding gums
  • and nosebleeds

If this process continues, the feared complications are dehydration or lack of fluids. Symptoms of dehydration depend on how severe the degree is. This can be characterized by thirst for mild to weak dehydration, and unconsciousness in severe dehydration.

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