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183 HIG, Pritam Nagar,
Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh - 211003
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Allahabad University
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    Fever is not a disease! It's a known fact that normal human body temperature is 98.6 F (37 C). If temperature goes beyond that, then it's called fever. But one must not worry every time if there is a rise in the temperature.

    The reason is that immune system is designed to raise temperature as a defence mechanism, if there is any attack by a foreign body (such as bacteria). So body temperature may fluctuate between 97 and 100.4. But there is no need to worry.

    When to Consider Checking?
    Routine check up is unnecessary. You may consider to check when:
    - You feel the warmth while you touch
    - You feel very tired, dizzy and lose appetite
    - You feel nauseated, see rashes on the body, experience loose motion, sore throat, muscle pain, headache, etc.

    Is it Time to Worry?
    Normally, fever is not dangerous. However, if you see the following conditions, then it's time to worry and call a doctor.
    - If the body temperature is more than 103 degree F
    -,If fever lasts for more than five days
    - If you feel difficulty in breathing
    - If there is severe vomiting or diarrhoea
    - If you feel stiffness in the neck and have headache
    - If you feel excessively sleepy and lethargic
    - If you see redness in skin, rashes or blood in stool.

    If the condition worsens, it is time to rush to a hospital. There could be following:

    - Meningitis is life threatening and highly transmissible in case of bacterial infection. A combination of a fever, extreme headache and stiffness in the neck is an indication that you must rush to the emergency department of a hospital near you.

    - Difficulty in breathing or chest pain along with fever should prompt you to call for emergency medical assistance.

    - If someone has fever along with blood in stool, urine or mucus, it's one of the reasons to seek for emergency medical help.

    - If one has fever and is quite disturbed or puzzled unnecessarily, then the person should be taken to the emergency department.

    - A person with low immune responses (such as one who is suffering from cancer or AIDS) needs doctor's help in case of fever development.

    - Hyperthermia: it's a condition of very high fever, i.e., more than 104 degree F. The person seems to be confused and may not respond to verbal stimuli or commands. It's time for medical emergency.

    What should You Do?
    For mild fever, even home remedies can help. Aspirin shouldn't be the first choice and an absolute no for individuals less than 18 years. Other drugs that people usually tend to consume are ibuprofen or acetaminophen. One should also drink plenty of water. In case of a heat stroke, body needs to be cooled.
    Other severe causes such as viral infection should lead you to a doctor.
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    The process of ageing differs from person to person. Some tend to age faster than their biological age in comparison to others that look refreshingly young always. This ageing process is often dependent on your lifestyle, dietary habits and environment and all the other habits that you maintain every day.

    Let's have a look at some of your habits that may be are responsible in making you look older:

    1. Bad sleeping habits: Your body needs to reinvigorate itself every day and for this to happen, you need to make sleeping a priority. While everyone's sleep requirements are different, seven to eight hours of fitful sleep is required daily.

    2. Having a sweet tooth: Excess of anything is not good, especially when you're not exactly sweet sixteen always. A diet with an overt emphasis on sugar, will only add to your waistline. Its end products tend to damage the collagen and the elastin, leading to saggy and wrinkled skin.

    3. Smoking: It is a known fact that is damaging to your health, but it also speeds up ageing. Its harmful chemicals deprive your cells of oxygen leading to a pale appearance. They also break down the collagen in the skin, once again leading to wrinkly skin.

    4. Drinking: Being a natural diuretic, alcohol causes dehydration. This robs your skin of its natural moisture, making you look much older. It also rids your body of Vitamin A and C that are antioxidants important for making your skin to make it look supple and well hydrated.

    5. Exposure to sun rays: Sun rays only do more harm to your skin than good. Exposure to the ultraviolet rays of the sun can weaken your blood cells, which can make your skin look leathery. It can lead to pigmentation of skin as well followed by sagging and wrinkles.

    6. Not enough veggies: Veggies are essentially antioxidants that help you look youthful, but they only last for so long and must be replenished daily. It is important to take care of your body and making small changes to your everyday routine can go a long way to slow that ageing process and make you look young and refreshing.
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