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Month: November 2011

Nosebleed and How to Overcome It

Nosebleed

Nosebleed

Nosebleeds or bloody nose is a condition in which bleeding from the nose. Many people have experienced nosebleeds, especially common in children. For the mother, you do not need to panic to overcome problems in your child’s nosebleed. This is because the nosebleeds can and can not be too difficult to be treated yourself. However, prior to further discussion regarding the prevention and treatment of bleeding, consider some of the following information.

Causes of Nosebleeds

The cause of nosebleeds is quite diverse and some of them are:

Habit pick one’s  nose,    Clash of the nose ,   Dry nasal mucous membranes caused by hot air ,   Nasal congestion and foul smelling,    Allergy,    Cold,    Chemicals that smell like the nose of sulfuric acid or gasoline,    Crooked nose septum ,   Less platelet,    Leukaemia. Some of the above list is a frequent cause nosebleeds. In adults is usually caused nosebleeds occur because of bad habits like smoking and alcohol consumption, but also due to the nosebleed high blood pressure.

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Dengue and All Information is

Dengue

Dengue

Dengue Fever – Surely you are not familiar with the disease called dengue fever (DB) or also known as DHF (Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever). Dengue fever is an acute febrile disease caused by dengue virus and are often found in tropical and subtropical regions around the world, especially in the humid rainy season.

Dengue virus is spread by the Aedes aegypti or Aedes albopictus. There are various symptoms of dengue fever that you can recognize, include the following:

High fever all of a sudden for about 2 to 7 days (38-40 degrees Celsius).

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