Worms are other intestinal parasites, which infest human beings, are found in all countries of the world. However, they are more common in tropical and subtropical areas and are widely prevalent during the rainy season.
The usual symptoms of intestinal worms are diarrhoea, foul breath, dark circles under the eyes, constant desire for food, and restlessness at night with bed dreams, anemia and headaches. Round worms may give rise to inflammation of the intestine and lungs, nausea, vomiting, loss of weight, fever nervousness.
- The eggs of these parasites are introduced into the human system through the medium of food or water.
- Eating contaminated food causes round warm.
- Hookworms enter the human body through bare foot walking on infected earth.
- Tapeworms are transmitted to the body through under cooked flesh foods or foods contaminated by dogs.
- The real cause of intestinal worms, however, is faulty living. The eggs of these worms, taken into the human body through food and water, can breed in intestines only if they find there a suitable medium for their propagation. The medium is an intestinal tract clogged with morbid matter.
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