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Sunday, August 18, 2019

Anti-Dengue Home Hacks

Dengue carrying mosquitoes are everywhere and every home must be protected from it. The first line of defense against the dreaded disease is prevention and we can all do it by doing these simple steps at home.

Dengue carrying mosquitoes are everywhere and every home must be protected from it. The first line of defense against the dreaded disease is prevention and we can all do it by doing these simple steps at home.      Ads      The Department of Health (DOH) recently declared a “national dengue epidemic” since dengue cases have been significantly increasing. This is 98% higher than the numbers in 2018, six hundred and twenty two people already lost their lives this year alone.  While the local government units are addressing the situation of the epidemic, the first step to prevent it starts from our homes.  Here are some home hacks that you can do to prevent mosquitoes from breeding to get rid of dengue.   The DOH recommends The Enhanced 4-S implantation which calls for everyone to be active in controlling the spread of mosquito population and avoiding any possible dengue deaths within the community.     1. Search  Find out where mosquitoes thrive and destroy their breeding sites. Mosquitoes lay their eggs in stagnant water, so throw all the containers where stagnant water can accumulate especially during rainy season. These include old tires, blocked drainage, flooded diggings, and even cracked concrete.     2. Secure self-protection  Wear mosquito-repellant, long pants, and long-sleeved shirts.  Aedes egypti are daytime biting mosquitoes but they can also bite during the night so it's best to wear an insect repellant most of the time especially when it is near dark time.  3. Seek early consultation  If the person shows most common symptom of dengue like fever, headache, eye pain, muscle and joint pain, rashes, nausea, vomiting, and unusual bleeding (nose or gum bleeding) do not hesitate to go to a nearby hospital or clinic for consultation. The first 24 to 48 hours of dengue infection are crucial and early treatment is important.  Ads      Sponsored Links        4. Support fogging or spraying in hot spot areas  DOH also encourages fogging and spraying in mosquito-breeding hotspots to be done by authorized and trained sprayers to achieve immediate knockdown of mosquitoes.   Installing creens on windows, doors, and vents,  using insect sprays and mosquito repellant both inside and outside the house can also help a lot.   Pet's drinking bowl should be checked and changed on a regular basis.  Drain rainwater tanks and water storage bins and nearby plants trimmed and under control.  Light-colored clothing has to be worn because mosquitoes are reportedly more attracted to dark colors.   These simple steps could help a lot to keep mosquitoes away. The war against dengue can be fought one home at a time.

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The Department of Health (DOH) recently declared a “national dengue epidemic” since dengue cases have been significantly increasing. This is 98% higher than the numbers in 2018, six hundred and twenty two people already lost their lives this year alone.

While the local government units are addressing the situation of the epidemic, the first step to prevent it starts from our homes.

Here are some home hacks that you can do to prevent mosquitoes from breeding to get rid of dengue.


The DOH recommends The Enhanced 4-S implantation which calls for everyone to be active in controlling the spread of mosquito population and avoiding any possible dengue deaths within the community.

Dengue carrying mosquitoes are everywhere and every home must be protected from it. The first line of defense against the dreaded disease is prevention and we can all do it by doing these simple steps at home.      Ads      The Department of Health (DOH) recently declared a “national dengue epidemic” since dengue cases have been significantly increasing. This is 98% higher than the numbers in 2018, six hundred and twenty two people already lost their lives this year alone.  While the local government units are addressing the situation of the epidemic, the first step to prevent it starts from our homes.  Here are some home hacks that you can do to prevent mosquitoes from breeding to get rid of dengue.   The DOH recommends The Enhanced 4-S implantation which calls for everyone to be active in controlling the spread of mosquito population and avoiding any possible dengue deaths within the community.     1. Search  Find out where mosquitoes thrive and destroy their breeding sites. Mosquitoes lay their eggs in stagnant water, so throw all the containers where stagnant water can accumulate especially during rainy season. These include old tires, blocked drainage, flooded diggings, and even cracked concrete.     2. Secure self-protection  Wear mosquito-repellant, long pants, and long-sleeved shirts.  Aedes egypti are daytime biting mosquitoes but they can also bite during the night so it's best to wear an insect repellant most of the time especially when it is near dark time.  3. Seek early consultation  If the person shows most common symptom of dengue like fever, headache, eye pain, muscle and joint pain, rashes, nausea, vomiting, and unusual bleeding (nose or gum bleeding) do not hesitate to go to a nearby hospital or clinic for consultation. The first 24 to 48 hours of dengue infection are crucial and early treatment is important.  Ads      Sponsored Links        4. Support fogging or spraying in hot spot areas  DOH also encourages fogging and spraying in mosquito-breeding hotspots to be done by authorized and trained sprayers to achieve immediate knockdown of mosquitoes.   Installing creens on windows, doors, and vents,  using insect sprays and mosquito repellant both inside and outside the house can also help a lot.   Pet's drinking bowl should be checked and changed on a regular basis.  Drain rainwater tanks and water storage bins and nearby plants trimmed and under control.  Light-colored clothing has to be worn because mosquitoes are reportedly more attracted to dark colors.   These simple steps could help a lot to keep mosquitoes away. The war against dengue can be fought one home at a time.

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Find out where mosquitoes thrive and destroy their breeding sites. Mosquitoes lay their eggs in stagnant water, so throw all the containers where stagnant water can accumulate especially during rainy season. These include old tires, blocked drainage, flooded diggings, and even cracked concrete.

Dengue carrying mosquitoes are everywhere and every home must be protected from it. The first line of defense against the dreaded disease is prevention and we can all do it by doing these simple steps at home.      Ads      The Department of Health (DOH) recently declared a “national dengue epidemic” since dengue cases have been significantly increasing. This is 98% higher than the numbers in 2018, six hundred and twenty two people already lost their lives this year alone.  While the local government units are addressing the situation of the epidemic, the first step to prevent it starts from our homes.  Here are some home hacks that you can do to prevent mosquitoes from breeding to get rid of dengue.   The DOH recommends The Enhanced 4-S implantation which calls for everyone to be active in controlling the spread of mosquito population and avoiding any possible dengue deaths within the community.     1. Search  Find out where mosquitoes thrive and destroy their breeding sites. Mosquitoes lay their eggs in stagnant water, so throw all the containers where stagnant water can accumulate especially during rainy season. These include old tires, blocked drainage, flooded diggings, and even cracked concrete.     2. Secure self-protection  Wear mosquito-repellant, long pants, and long-sleeved shirts.  Aedes egypti are daytime biting mosquitoes but they can also bite during the night so it's best to wear an insect repellant most of the time especially when it is near dark time.  3. Seek early consultation  If the person shows most common symptom of dengue like fever, headache, eye pain, muscle and joint pain, rashes, nausea, vomiting, and unusual bleeding (nose or gum bleeding) do not hesitate to go to a nearby hospital or clinic for consultation. The first 24 to 48 hours of dengue infection are crucial and early treatment is important.  Ads      Sponsored Links        4. Support fogging or spraying in hot spot areas  DOH also encourages fogging and spraying in mosquito-breeding hotspots to be done by authorized and trained sprayers to achieve immediate knockdown of mosquitoes.   Installing creens on windows, doors, and vents,  using insect sprays and mosquito repellant both inside and outside the house can also help a lot.   Pet's drinking bowl should be checked and changed on a regular basis.  Drain rainwater tanks and water storage bins and nearby plants trimmed and under control.  Light-colored clothing has to be worn because mosquitoes are reportedly more attracted to dark colors.   These simple steps could help a lot to keep mosquitoes away. The war against dengue can be fought one home at a time.

2. Secure self-protection

Wear mosquito-repellant, long pants, and long-sleeved shirts.  Aedes egypti are daytime biting mosquitoes but they can also bite during the night so it's best to wear an insect repellant most of the time especially when it is near dark time.
Dengue carrying mosquitoes are everywhere and every home must be protected from it. The first line of defense against the dreaded disease is prevention and we can all do it by doing these simple steps at home.      Ads      The Department of Health (DOH) recently declared a “national dengue epidemic” since dengue cases have been significantly increasing. This is 98% higher than the numbers in 2018, six hundred and twenty two people already lost their lives this year alone.  While the local government units are addressing the situation of the epidemic, the first step to prevent it starts from our homes.  Here are some home hacks that you can do to prevent mosquitoes from breeding to get rid of dengue.   The DOH recommends The Enhanced 4-S implantation which calls for everyone to be active in controlling the spread of mosquito population and avoiding any possible dengue deaths within the community.     1. Search  Find out where mosquitoes thrive and destroy their breeding sites. Mosquitoes lay their eggs in stagnant water, so throw all the containers where stagnant water can accumulate especially during rainy season. These include old tires, blocked drainage, flooded diggings, and even cracked concrete.     2. Secure self-protection  Wear mosquito-repellant, long pants, and long-sleeved shirts.  Aedes egypti are daytime biting mosquitoes but they can also bite during the night so it's best to wear an insect repellant most of the time especially when it is near dark time.  3. Seek early consultation  If the person shows most common symptom of dengue like fever, headache, eye pain, muscle and joint pain, rashes, nausea, vomiting, and unusual bleeding (nose or gum bleeding) do not hesitate to go to a nearby hospital or clinic for consultation. The first 24 to 48 hours of dengue infection are crucial and early treatment is important.  Ads      Sponsored Links        4. Support fogging or spraying in hot spot areas  DOH also encourages fogging and spraying in mosquito-breeding hotspots to be done by authorized and trained sprayers to achieve immediate knockdown of mosquitoes.   Installing creens on windows, doors, and vents,  using insect sprays and mosquito repellant both inside and outside the house can also help a lot.   Pet's drinking bowl should be checked and changed on a regular basis.  Drain rainwater tanks and water storage bins and nearby plants trimmed and under control.  Light-colored clothing has to be worn because mosquitoes are reportedly more attracted to dark colors.   These simple steps could help a lot to keep mosquitoes away. The war against dengue can be fought one home at a time.
3. Seek early consultation

If the person shows most common symptom of dengue like fever, headache, eye pain, muscle and joint pain, rashes, nausea, vomiting, and unusual bleeding (nose or gum bleeding) do not hesitate to go to a nearby hospital or clinic for consultation. The first 24 to 48 hours of dengue infection are crucial and early treatment is important.
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Dengue carrying mosquitoes are everywhere and every home must be protected from it. The first line of defense against the dreaded disease is prevention and we can all do it by doing these simple steps at home.      Ads      The Department of Health (DOH) recently declared a “national dengue epidemic” since dengue cases have been significantly increasing. This is 98% higher than the numbers in 2018, six hundred and twenty two people already lost their lives this year alone.  While the local government units are addressing the situation of the epidemic, the first step to prevent it starts from our homes.  Here are some home hacks that you can do to prevent mosquitoes from breeding to get rid of dengue.   The DOH recommends The Enhanced 4-S implantation which calls for everyone to be active in controlling the spread of mosquito population and avoiding any possible dengue deaths within the community.     1. Search  Find out where mosquitoes thrive and destroy their breeding sites. Mosquitoes lay their eggs in stagnant water, so throw all the containers where stagnant water can accumulate especially during rainy season. These include old tires, blocked drainage, flooded diggings, and even cracked concrete.     2. Secure self-protection  Wear mosquito-repellant, long pants, and long-sleeved shirts.  Aedes egypti are daytime biting mosquitoes but they can also bite during the night so it's best to wear an insect repellant most of the time especially when it is near dark time.  3. Seek early consultation  If the person shows most common symptom of dengue like fever, headache, eye pain, muscle and joint pain, rashes, nausea, vomiting, and unusual bleeding (nose or gum bleeding) do not hesitate to go to a nearby hospital or clinic for consultation. The first 24 to 48 hours of dengue infection are crucial and early treatment is important.  Ads      Sponsored Links        4. Support fogging or spraying in hot spot areas  DOH also encourages fogging and spraying in mosquito-breeding hotspots to be done by authorized and trained sprayers to achieve immediate knockdown of mosquitoes.   Installing creens on windows, doors, and vents,  using insect sprays and mosquito repellant both inside and outside the house can also help a lot.   Pet's drinking bowl should be checked and changed on a regular basis.  Drain rainwater tanks and water storage bins and nearby plants trimmed and under control.  Light-colored clothing has to be worn because mosquitoes are reportedly more attracted to dark colors.   These simple steps could help a lot to keep mosquitoes away. The war against dengue can be fought one home at a time.

4. Support fogging or spraying in hot spot areas
DOH also encourages fogging and spraying in mosquito-breeding hotspots to be done by authorized and trained sprayers to achieve immediate knockdown of mosquitoes.

Installing creens on windows, doors, and vents, 
using insect sprays and mosquito repellant both inside and outside the house can also help a lot.

Pet's drinking bowl should be checked and changed on a regular basis. 
Drain rainwater tanks and water storage bins and nearby plants trimmed and under control. 
Light-colored clothing has to be worn because mosquitoes are reportedly more attracted to dark colors. 

These simple steps could help a lot to keep mosquitoes away. The war against dengue can be fought one home at a time.
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