Typhoid fever is a very acute illness associated with fever.
It is caused by the Salmonella enterica serotype Typhi bacteria.
It can also be caused by Salmonella paratyphi, a related bacterium that usually causes a less severe illness.
The mode of transmission is often through contaminated food and drinking water, and it is more prevalent in places where handwashing is less frequent.
It can also be passed on by carriers who do not know they carry the bacteria.
Typhoid is an infection caused by the bacterium Salmonella typhimurium (S. typhi).
The bacterium dwells within the intestines and bloodstream of humans.
It spreads between individuals by direct contact with the feces of an infected person.
No animals carry this disease, so transmission is always human to human.
If left untreated, around 1 in 5 cases of typhoid can be fatal. With treatment, fewer than 4 in 100 cases are fatal.
Symptoms normally begin between 6 and 30 days after exposure to the bacteria.
The two major symptoms of typhoid are fever and rash. Typhoid fever is particularly high, gradually increasing over several days up to 104 degrees Fahrenheit, or 39 to 40 degrees Celsius.
The rash, which does not affect every patient, consists of rose-colored spots, particularly on the neck and abdomen.
Other symptoms can include:
Rarely, symptoms might include confusion, diarrhea, and vomiting, but this is not normally severe.
Guava Leaf Tea Fights Cancer, Lowers Cholesterol and Treats Diabetes
You perhaps heard about Guava which is well known tropical fruit throughout the world. However, have you heard about its leaves which show even more.
Drinking a tea made by infusing guava leaves in boiling water may be helpful in treating diarrhea, cold and flu, lowering cholesterol, preventing diabetes, and it even exhibits anti-cancer properties.
The potassium in guavas helps normalise blood pressure levels. Since it contains about 80% of water and rich in fibres, it also aids weight loss. But did you know that guava leaves are great for your well-being too? The young leaves of the guava tree can be brewed to make a magical tea, that has in fact been part of traditional medicine for centuries in Mexico and parts of South America. “These leaves are a powerhouse of antioxidants like vitamin C, and flavonoids such as quercetin”, says Delhi-based Nutritionist, Anshul Jaibharat. To make guava leaf tea, all you need to do is soak guava leaves in a cup of hot water and drink up.
Guava leaves contain high levels of Vitamin C and iron, and a decoction of guava leaves is very helpful in relieving cough and cold as it helps get rid of mucus. It also disinfects the respiratory tract, throat and lungs.
To deal with typhoid fever, you must: • Take the avocado leaves • Take the leaves of the soursop • Take the leaves of the guava tree • Take the leaves of the lemon tree After having washed these different leaves, put these leaves together and make boil in a saucepan in at least two
(2) liters of water for 40 minutes. Then, once ready, take the patient and put him in a blanket as well as the pan already open, until he perspires. After all these stages, the patient takes a glass in the morning, a glass in the evening of the juice obtained in the saucepan for a week and he will say Goodbye to this disease.
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