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Fever-Cure from Fever


Fever-Cure from Fever
Fever (also known as pyrexia) is one of the main symptoms of a physical illness, indicating a temperature above the normal body temperature range of 36–38.2 ° C (96.8–990 ° F).

Colds are usually felt despite an increase in body temperature. Heat is felt when it is raised from a high set point.

Fever can occur for many reasons. Some data suggest that high temperatures increase the body's resistance, although there is considerable debate about the benefits of fever. However, fever can be reduced by using antipyretic drugs.

Fever differs from uncontrolled hyperthermia; That is, hyperthermia is the result of the excess temperature of the body temperature regulator.


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Definition fo Fever:

Increase in body temperature (> 98.6 o Fah). The range of normal human body temperature is quite large as seen in various diseases. The human body temperature can never be less than 95 o F or more than 110 o F. When his body temperature rises from a highly controlled set point controlled by the brain and

Anal temperature 37.5-36.30C. Or more.

• Facial temperature is 37.60C. Or more.

• The temperature of the arm or ear is 37.20C. Or more is considered a fever. For a healthy person, 33.2-38.20 cm in the face, 34.4-38.60 cm in the anus, 35.4-36.60 cm in the eardrum. And armpits 35.5-36.00 sec. E is the normal temperature. Normal body temperature depends on many factors such as age, gender, time, ambient temperature, work level, etc. Rising temperature does not mean fever. When a healthy person exercises, his body temperature may rise but it will not be considered as fever as the specific set point controlled in his brain is normal. The normal temperature on the other hand and can be considered as fever for some. For example, a sick patient (who is weak in body heat production) 37.30 sec. will be treated as fever.

Types of Fever:

The type of temperature change depends on the disease: The type of fever can sometimes give an idea about the diagnosis. Persistent fever: Body temperature is higher than normal throughout the day and 10C in 24 hours. It does not change much temperature. For example Lobar pneumonia, typhoid, urinary tract infections, brucellosis, typhus, etc. Frequent fever is observed. Typhoid fever is characterized by a specific form of fever. The fever gradually increases and the high temperature persists for a long time.

• Fever at regular intervals: Fever increases for a certain period of time and then the temperature returns to normal, such as malaria, kala-azar, pneumonia, septicemia. The types are:

* Quotidian fever, which lasts for 24 hours, is commonly seen in malaria.

* Tertiary fever, which lasts for 48 hours, is also seen in malaria.

* Quartan fever, lasting 72 hours, is seen in the case of Plasmodium malaria.

Short-term fever: Body temperature is higher than normal in winter and 10C in 24 hours. More ups and downs than that. E.g. infective endocarditis.

• Pel-Ebstein fever: This particular type of fever is seen in the case of Hodgkin's lymphoma. Fever lasts more than a week, less than a week - it goes on like this. However, there are doubts as to whether such a fever exists at all.

In the absence of the body's normal immune system, a type of fever called "fibrillar neutropenia" occurs. So, this disease needs urgent treatment. The disease is more common in patients who are undergoing chemotherapy treatment that lowers the body's immune system.

Febricula, an ancient term used to describe a type of fever when the temperature does not rise too much and especially when the cause of the fever is unknown. The patient recovers from this type of fever in a week.

Symptoms of Fever:

Fever is usually accompanied by symptoms such as weakness, loss of appetite, drowsiness, body aches, inability to concentrate, etc.

Diagnosis of various diseases:

Different types of diseases can be diagnosed from fever, e.g.

Infectious diseases - influenza, HIV, malaria, Ebola, intestinal diseases.

Skin infections

Immunological diseases - sarcoidosis, autoimmune hepatitis.

Tissue erosion - hemolysis, surgery, cerebral hemorrhage.

Cancer-Kidney cancer, leukemia

Cure from Fever:

Although fever is not a disease, it can be called a symptom of a major disease. However, in the case of viral fever, some advice can be given to the patient. Such as -

If the patient's body is very hot, then his body should be kept cool. The patient's body should always be wiped so that the patient's temperature is under control.

The patient's hands and feet should be removed. The patient will feel relief.

The patient should be kept in a slightly open place so that the patient recovers faster.

Paracetamol can also be taken as a diet for body aches.

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