Papaya leaf juice to increase platelet count: It is raining continuously all over India. Due to heavy rains in some places, all the low-lying areas have been waterlogged. But due to this, the amount of moisture in the atmosphere also increases suddenly. This spreads the infection. If precautions are not taken at this time, serious health problems are likely to emerge. Dengue mosquitoes are increasing especially due to accumulation of dirty water on the roads. Hence it is very good to follow several precautions during such times. Otherwise, there is a possibility of affecting the platelets in the blood and reducing them. People who are already suffering from platelet deficiency should follow these tips suggested by Ayurvedic experts.

Do you know what causes dengue mosquitoes to spread?

Dengue is an infectious disease caused by the bite of Aedes aegypti mosquito. Many people suffering from this disease are likely to face the problem of dehydration. This mosquito is also known as ‘Tiger Mosquito’. It looks like the stripes of a tiger. It first develops as a larva in sewage and then becomes a mosquito.

The harmful virus spreads in the body through the bite of the dengue mosquito. After a day it has a serious effect on the human body. Your body temperature rises above 30 degrees. Therefore, several precautions should be taken during the rainy season to avoid dengue infection. Many people now have dengue fever and low platelets. A person should have 1,50,000 to 2,50,000 platelets per microliter of blood. Dengue fever can cause loss of one lakh platelets. That’s why some precautions should be taken to avoid this disease.

This juice is perfect in increasing platelets:


Dengue fever patients suffering from platelet deficiency should drink papaya leaf juice daily. Its medicinal properties play an important role in increasing platelets. Ayurvedic experts say that it also provides relief from health problems.

Rahul Dev

Cricket Jounralist at Newsdesk

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