Dengue: How To Increase Blood Platelets!


How To Increase Blood Platelets: The arrival of monsoons across India has brought relief from the scorching heat, but with this, the risk of dengue has increased a lot, because mosquito larvae grow rapidly in this season. Every year many people die due to dengue fever. In this disease, the blood platelet count falls rapidly. If you too have this problem, then the juice of some plants can prove to be a cause of relief.


How does dengue spread?

Dengue is an infectious disease that spreads due to the bite of a mosquito called 'Aedes Aegypti'. Since it has white stripes on its body, it is also called a 'Tiger Mosquito'. The larvae of this mosquito thrive in clean water and it bites during the day.

The dengue mosquito bites a person and spreads its virus in his body, and then when it bites another healthy person, his body also gets infected. Usually, it thrives more at a temperature of 16 to 30 degrees, so the rainy season is suitable for its breeding. 

Platelet count falls in dengue fever

A healthy human body has a platelet count between 1,50,000 and 2,50,000 per microliter of blood, but when fever occurs after a tiger mosquito bite, this number usually falls below 1 lakh, increasing the life risk.

Drink these 2 juices if you have dengue

1. Papaya leaf juice

According to dietician Ayushi Yadav, whenever you or any member of your family gets dengue fever and the platelet count starts decreasing, then immediately extract the juice of papaya leaves and drink it, this will give quick relief.

2. Giloy Juice

Giloye is such a plant that if it is called a boon of Ayurveda, then it will not be wrong. If dengue fever increases, immediately take out its juice and drink it, it increases the platelet count rapidly and recovery also becomes easy.

Ways to avoid dengue

During the rainy season, do not let water collect in things like pots, coconut shells, tires, pots kept for birds, etc. Apart from this, keep changing the water in the cooler from time to time, or add 2 spoons of kerosene oil to it. Keeping the water tank open also leads to the breeding of dengue mosquitoes.

Disclaimer: Dear reader, thank you for reading this news. This news has been written only to make you aware. We have taken the help of home remedies and general information in writing this. If you read anything related to your health anywhere, then definitely consult a doctor before adopting it.