copyrightWorld Hepatitis Day Spreads more in monsoon prevention and prevention of hepatitis
World Hepatitis Day Spreads more in monsoon prevention and prevention of hepatitis
|World Hepatitis Day Spreads more in monsoon, prevention and prevention of hepatitis|
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In India, viral hepatitis is a health challenge in which Hepatitis B is the most effective disease. Three to five percent of the Indian population is suffering from hepatitis B infection. World's Hepatitis Day celebrated on 28th July this year's theme 'Eliminate Hepatitis' (Hepatitis) is to be kept.
World Hepatitis Day is celebrated to spread awareness about disease and to prompt people to prompt diagnosis, prevention and treatment of hepatitis. Hepatitis is a group of infectious diseases, known as Hepatitis A, B, C, D and E.
Dr. Monica Jain said, "India is one of the 11 countries that bear about 50 percent of the burden of hepatitis worldwide." The main reason for the spread of hepatitis in India is the transmission of virus from the mother to the baby. Unsafe blood transfusion, unsafe sex, the use of unsafe needles is also the cause of transmission. The most common symptoms of this disease are yellowing of the skin or the white part of the eye. In this situation, a particular physician should go immediately, because negligence in this disease can prove fatal.
This disease is more exposed during monsoon, so in this season, avoiding the consumption of oily, spicy, non-vegetarian and heavy food items should be avoided. To make the distance from polished white rice, canned food items, cakes, pastries, chocolates, alcoholic beverages and vegetarian diet, brown rice, green leafy vegetables, papaya, cucumber, salad, coconut water, tomatoes, spinach, Amla, grapes, radish, lemon, dried dates, raisins, almonds and cardamom should be consumed a lot. "
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