Bukhar/بخار - Symptoms, Causes and Prevention

Summary about Bukhar in Urdu

بخار  جسم کا درجہ حرارت بڑھ جانے کی طبی حالت ہے۔ بخار کی کئی وجوہات ہو سکتی ہیں جن میں بزلہ زکام سب سے عام ہیں۔ بخار اس بات کی علامت ہے کہ جسم میں کوئی بیماری موجود ہے۔ بخار کو کم کرنا اہم ہے بہت زیادہ بخار ہونے سے جسم کے اعضا متاثر ہو سکتے ہیں

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Summary about Bukhar in English

Fever is the condition in which body temperature rises above the normal range. Fever meaning in Urdu is bukhar. Usually, a fever is a result of different medical conditions like viral or bacterial infections or noninfectious disorders like cancer. Due to the illness, the temperature of the body is increased temporarily. Fever is a sign that something out of ordinary is happening in your body. The fever may be uncomfortable for an adult, but it usually does not pose a problem if it does not exceed 39.4 ° C (103 F). In infants and young children, a slightly elevated temperature may indicate a serious infection. The fever usually disappears in a few days. Fever seems to play a key role in helping your body by preventing a series of infections

The belief that teething can cause fever in infants is common. In a seven-month study in which scientists followed children closely to determine the symptoms associated with the appearance of new teeth, there was nothing to confirm this idea. The fact is that the time period in which children receive many new teeth (four to 24 months) coincides with the time when young children get a major infection, which is the leading cause of fever in young children. There is no known mechanism by which pushing new teeth into the gum causes a child's fever. If you think that your child's fever is a symptom of teething, it means that you may not be in a pathological condition. It can also lead to excessive use of painkillers and oral gels that can cause long-term problems. Studies suggest that some symptoms are associated, but this does not include fever.

 This increase in body temperature leads to high muscular contraction and causes a feeling of cold. A fever may be the result of different medical conditions like

  • Viral or bacterial infections like a common cold or urinary tract infection
  • The pathogen causing diseases like malaria and meningitis
  • Non-infectious disorders like thrombosis or cancer
  • The side effect of some medication

Usually, fever not needed any special treatment. But associated pain and inflammation really needs proper management. For the treatment (bukhar ka ilaj/bukhar ki dua) consult with the doctor through marham.pk.

Symptoms of Bukhar

You have a fever when your body temperature exceeds normal. What is normal for you may be slightly higher or lower than the normal average temperature of 37 ° C (98.6 F).

Depending on the cause of your fever, other signs and symptoms of a fever may appear:

  • Sweat

  • Chills

  • Headache

  • Pain

  • Loss of appetite

  • Irritability

  • Dehydration

  • General weakness


Meningitis is called garden tor bukhar in Urdu. This is the condition of swelling and infection of meninges which are the protective layers covering the brain. These can be affected by viruses, injuries, or infections fro nose and ear can also penetrate to affect these layers. Initial symptoms of garden tor bukhar in children can include continually elevating fever, lack of food and drink intake, and seizures. Other symptoms are headache, stiffness of the neck, sensitivity to light, confusion, nausea, vomiting, muscle aches, and rash.
Causes of garden tor bukhar can be a bacterial or viral infection. Infections due to fungus can also cause garden tor bukhar. Conditions such as AIDS, diabetes, and alcoholism also make you more susceptible to garden tor bukhar. If left untreated it can lead to complications such as brain damage, hearing loss, memory issues, seizures, learning problems, and even death. Prompt medical attention and intervention even serious cases of garden tor bukhar can also recover and revert to normal.


Causes of Bukhar

A fever occurs when an area of your brain, referred to as the hypothalamus, also called the "thermostat" in your body changes the set point of normal body temperature. If this happens, you will feel cold, add clothing, or wrap yourself in a blanket to feel better. Your body may shiver to create heat, possibly resulting in high body temperature.

The normal body temperature varies during the day. It is lower in the morning and higher in the afternoon and evening. Although most people believe that normal body temperature is 37 ° C.

Fever or high body temperature can be caused by:

  • A viral infection

  • A bacterial infection

  • Heat exhaustion

  • Certain inflammatory conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis: Inflammation of the synovium

  • A malignant tumor

  • Some medications like antibiotics and medications used to treat high blood pressure or seizures

  • If you have a fever for more than three weeks and your doctor can not find the cause after a thorough examination, but the diagnosis may be a fever of unknown cause.

Preventive Measures of Bukhar

 Here are some tips that can help:

  • Wash your hands often and teach your children to do the same, especially before eating after using the bathroom, spending time in the crowd or near a sick person after stroking animals, and after traveling via public transport.

  • Show your children how to wash their hands well, cover the front and back of each hand with soap and rinse thoroughly with running water.

  • When you don't have excess to soap and water use sanitizer.

  • Avoid touching your nose, mouth or eyes, as this may cause the introduction of viruses and bacteria into your body and cause infections.

  • Cover your mouth to cough and sneeze your nose and teach your children to do the same. If possible, avoid others when you cough or sneeze, to avoid spreading germs.

  • Avoid sharing cups, water bottles, and utensils with your child.

  • The treatment (bukhar ki dua/bukhar ka ilaj) of the bukhar/fever on time is necessary otherwise it cause serious problems in the body.

 

Types of Bukhar

Fevers can be classified according to their duration and severity

A fever can be:

  • Low, 100.5 to 102.1 ° F or 38.1 to 39 ° C

  • Moderate, 102.2 to 104.0 ° F or 39.1 to 40 ° C

  • From 104.1 to 106.0 ° F or from 40.1 to 41.1 ° C

  • Hyperpyrexia, greater than 106.0 ° F or 41.1 ° C

The level of temperature can help identify the cause of the problem.

According to time span fever can be:

  • Acute if it takes less than 7 days.

  • Subacute, if it lasts up to 14 days

  • Chronic or persistent if it lasts longer than 14 days.

Frequently Asked Questions

You have a fever when your body temperature exceeds normal. What is normal for you may be slightly higher or lower than the normal average temperature of 37 ° C (98.6 F).

Depending on the cause of your fever, other signs and symptoms of a fever may appear:

  • Sweat

  • Chills

  • Headache

  • Pain

  • Loss of appetite

  • Irritability

  • Dehydration

  • General weakness

A fever occurs when an area of your brain, referred to as the hypothalamus, also called the "thermostat" in your body changes the set point of normal body temperature. If this happens, you will feel cold, add clothing, or wrap yourself in a blanket to feel better. Your body may shiver to create heat, possibly resulting in high body temperature.

The normal body temperature varies during the day. It is lower in the morning and higher in the afternoon and evening. Although most people believe that normal body temperature is 37 ° C.

Fever or high body temperature can be caused by:

  • A viral infection

  • A bacterial infection

  • Heat exhaustion

  • Certain inflammatory conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis: Inflammation of the synovium

  • A malignant tumor

  • Some medications like antibiotics and medications used to treat high blood pressure or seizures

  • If you have a fever for more than three weeks and your doctor can not find the cause after a thorough examination, but the diagnosis may be a fever of unknown cause.

 Here are some tips that can help:

  • Wash your hands often and teach your children to do the same, especially before eating after using the bathroom, spending time in the crowd or near a sick person after stroking animals, and after traveling via public transport.

  • Show your children how to wash their hands well, cover the front and back of each hand with soap and rinse thoroughly with running water.

  • When you don't have excess to soap and water use sanitizer.

  • Avoid touching your nose, mouth or eyes, as this may cause the introduction of viruses and bacteria into your body and cause infections.

  • Cover your mouth to cough and sneeze your nose and teach your children to do the same. If possible, avoid others when you cough or sneeze, to avoid spreading germs.

  • Avoid sharing cups, water bottles, and utensils with your child.

  • The treatment (bukhar ki dua/bukhar ka ilaj) of the bukhar/fever on time is necessary otherwise it causes serious problems in the body.

 

Fevers can be classified according to their duration and severity

A fever can be:

  • Low, 100.5 to 102.1 ° F or 38.1 to 39 ° C

  • Moderate, 102.2 to 104.0 ° F or 39.1 to 40 ° C

  • From 104.1 to 106.0 ° F or from 40.1 to 41.1 ° C

  • Hyperpyrexia, greater than 106.0 ° F or 41.1 ° C

The level of temperature can help identify the cause of the problem.

According to time span fever can be:

  • Acute if it takes less than 7 days.

  • Subacute, if it lasts up to 14 days

  • Chronic or persistent if it lasts longer than 14 days.

بخار  جسم کا درجہ حرارت بڑھ جانے کی طبی حالت ہے۔ بخار کی کئی وجوہات ہو سکتی ہیں جن میں بزلہ زکام سب سے عام ہیں۔ بخار اس بات کی علامت ہے کہ جسم میں کوئی بیماری موجود ہے۔ بخار کو کم کرنا اہم ہے بہت زیادہ بخار ہونے سے جسم کے اعضا متاثر ہو سکتے ہیں.

 گردن توڑ بخار دماغ کی جھلیوں میں سوزش کی بیماری ہے جو کہ خطرناک صورتحال اختیار کر سکتی ہے۔ دماغ کی حفاظت کرنے والی یہ جھلیاں وائرس،چوٹ لگنے یا ناک اور کان کے انفیکشن کی وجہ سے بھی متاثر ہو سکتی ہیں۔ بچوں مین گردن توڑ بخار کی علامات میں تیز بخار، کھانے ہینے میں عدم دلچسپی، اور جھٹکے لگنا شامل ہے۔ 

Meningitis is called garden tor bukhar in Urdu. This is the condition of swelling and infection of meninges which are the protective layers covering the brain. These can be affected by viruses, injuries, or infections fro nose and ear can also penetrate to affect these layers. Initial symptoms of garden tor bukhar in children can include continually elevating fever, lack of food and drink intake, and seizures. Other symptoms are headache, stiffness of the neck, sensitivity to light, confusion, nausea, vomiting, muscle aches, and rash.
Causes of garden tor bukhar can be a bacterial or viral infection. Infections due to fungus can also cause garden tor bukhar. Conditions such as AIDS, diabetes, and alcoholism also make you more susceptible to garden tor bukhar. If left untreated it can lead to complications such as brain damage, hearing loss, memory issues, seizures, learning problems, and even death. Prompt medical attention and intervention even serious cases of garden tor bukhar can also recover and revert to normal.

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