FIGHT DENGUE FOR PAYAL
We all love our family and friends, we always want them to stay happy and protected. By this blogpost, I want all my friends and readers to get together and help me fight against a very dangerous illness - Dengue.
We all know that Dengue is a serious flu-like illness that can result in hospitalization and even death.
Many people live in the risk of catching dengue and children are most affected by it. Payal is one of them, but there are millions more who are at risk.This illness can only be challenged if we all join our hands so that we can save Payal and millions more who suffer from dengue.
No matter, how big is the illness, if we have measures to prevent it then it all depends on us, how carefully we protect ourselves. Further, SC Johnson, the makers of All Out products, is the company which is dedicated to driving awareness and prevention for mosquito borne diseases. All Out is SC Johnson’s main pest control brand in the Indian market
So, we have a great protector; ‘All out’ to prevent and save us from dengue.
Read more about SC Johnson’s great initiative to fight against dengue here: http://www.fightdengueforyourfamily.in/
Let's join hands with All Out in this fight which they call - #SavePayal
This is not only for Payal, but also for other millions of people including children who are most vulnerable and at great risk of catching dengue. Now it's high time that we fight against this illness. I am sure, together we can make great efforts to protect and save Payal and our families from the dangers of this illness.
Protect your family and friends by identifying and preventing Dengue with some precautions, given below:
Dengue is a mosquito-borne viral infection that causes flu-like symptoms and can develop into a potentially lethal complication called severe dengue. According to health officials the most common symptoms are:
• FEVER – around 40°C
• WEAKNESS – intense fatigue
• PAIN IN THE BODY – behind the eyes and joints
• RED SPOTS ON SKIN
If the sufferer also experiences vomiting, bleeding, intense abdominal pain, cold hands and feet, blue lips, or a drop in pressure they may have developed dengue hemorrhagic fever. In this case hospital care is necessary.
Always contact your personal physician when in doubt or suspicion of disease.
For all those who strongly feel and want to fight against dengue to save Payal and millions of other children, then do take the pledge by giving a Missed call on this toll free number: 1800180181818
I have taken the pledge to support this fight against dengue. I hope you all will also surely join hands to #SavePayal.