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How can Mosquito bites be Avoided?

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Biting mosquitoes may seem common to some people, but it causes many diseases, which you can never think about, which are fatal. This is the reason that May 20 is celebrated as World Mosquito Day i.e. World Mosquito Day. The purpose behind celebrating this day is to make people aware of mosquito-borne diseases.



We all know that mosquitoes can cause a lot of serious and life-threatening diseases, in which dengue, malaria, chikungunya, zika virus, etc. are prominent and especially in the rainy season, mosquitoes often surround you in the evening. Due to which mosquito bites cause severe burning and itching on the skin.




Measures to avoid mosquito bites


Take care not to itch 


Mosquito bites cause severe itching on the skin but should never be scratched. This is actually because when mosquitoes bite you and you scratch that area more, it causes bacteria to enter the skin, which can cause infection. The best way to eliminate itching is to wash the affected skin with soap and water. Rub ice on it or apply anti-itching cream.



Avoid getting out in the open in the morning and evening and wearing full-sleeved clothes.



Make sure that you wear clothes covering the entire arm and leg and to avoid mosquitoes, it is important that they are not allowed to thrive around the house, for which you should not allow water to accumulate anywhere around the house.


If you want, if the drains around the house are dirty, then get them cleaned.

Either put soil on the collected water or put petrol, kerosene, etc.

Do not allow water to accumulate in open tanks, utensils, tires, etc. kept in the house and keep food items covered at all times.



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