Infectious diseases and how to avoid them

This topic is one of the important topics in our lives, so I will write about it in the next few lines, hoping to God that you will like it. It will gain your satisfaction, and I begin holding the pen, seeking God’s help to write on a silver page golden words that shine with the light of knowledge in the letters of our Arabic language, the language of the Holy Quran.



God’s blessing



Infectious diseases :

They are transmitted in one of the following ways:

1- By touch, whether from an infectious animal, a person, or any other being.

2- Through the air also through coughing or sneezing, germs, etc

3 – Through other organisms that use it as a means of transportation, such as flies.

4 – Through contaminated food and drink. Another common way to become infected is by consuming food or water contaminated with germs, where organisms carrying germs and viruses enter food and drink, and thus the disease is transmitted from them to people.

• List of some infectious diseases:

1- Cerebrospinal fever
2- Measles
3- Swine flu
4- Leishmania
5- – Dengue fever
6- Schistosomiasis
7- AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency)
8- Tuberculosis
9- Malaria

• It can be avoided as follows:

1- Wash your hands well. This is very important, especially since hands carry a lot of germs, and you must wash your hands before and after preparing food, and before and after using the toilet.

2- Get infectious disease vaccines. If there is a possibility of contracting infectious diseases, it is preferable to take the necessary and available vaccines.

3- Use antibiotics. Take antibiotics only when necessary. If you are taking it as prescribed, finish the medication as prescribed.

4 – Stay at home if you feel symptoms of an infection, or if you have diarrhea, vomiting, or fever. Do not send children to school if they are suffering from a contagious disease and inform the school of the nature of the disease, so that the necessary measures can be taken with the rest of the students.

5- Keep the kitchen clean. Be wise when using kitchen utensils. Keep surfaces and materials clean and do not leave food outside the refrigerator for long periods.

6- Use disinfectants. Use household disinfectants around the house, inside bathrooms and floors, and keep the house clean from dust and food residue.

7 – Do not use other people’s tools, even if it is your partner. Do not use your partner’s towels, toothbrushes, or shaving tools, as germs and diseases may be easily transmitted through these tools. Always keep personal tools clean.






Thus, for every beginning there is an end, and the best deed is that which has a good end, and the best speech is that which is little and meaningful. After this humble effort, I hope that I will be successful in narrating the previous elements in a narration without boredom or negligence, explaining the positive and negative effects of this interesting and enjoyable topic. May God help me and you to do what is in the interest of all of us.

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