Worm Infestation: You Should Deworm Often If You Do Any Of These Five Things
A lot of people do not know how important it is for them to deworm themselves. Worm infestation is a common health hazard that should be controlled otherwise it becomes fatal.
Roundworms can cause a dry cough and wheezing, hookworm can cause iron deficiency (anaemia) and in some cases, rare worms that can cause severe damage to one’s health.
Children are especially more prone to getting worm infestation. This is why it’s important to always closely monitor them by making sure they wash their hands often, don’t pick food on the floor to eat, and generally observe good hygiene.
There are symptoms associated with worm infestation which include itchy anus, lack of appetite, tiredness, abdominal pain, vomiting and others.
Worm infestation can lead to death if not properly taken care of; if you do these things then you should deworm often.
1. Walk Barefoot
Walking barefoot where there’s grass is one of the sure ways of getting worm infestation. If by any chance you walk barefoot often, you should take time out to deworm.
2. Drink Untreated Water
If you drink untreated water or not sure of the source (of the water)- you should deworm often as this is a way worm enters the body.
If you swim in public pools then there’s a need to deworm often as drinking/taking in untreated and dirty water in any way is a fast way to introduce worms (and germs) into the body.
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If you keep pets and constantly kiss and peck them , you should consider deworming often. This is because contact with pets/animals can introduce worms into the human body/system.
Drinking milk often is another way (rare cases) worm can be introduced into the body. So if you drink all sorts of milk every time, it’s best to deworm often.
Others include not washing the hands often (dirty hands), not washing fruits and vegetables well, and more.
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