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What are the facts of World Population Day?

The population explosion has become the global problem and to address the problems caused by this fast speed population growth, the united nations organize world population day on 11th July every year. The main objective of this day is to raise the global population issues and major issues covered under this are the importance of family planning, gender equality, poverty, maternal health & human health. 

World Population Day Facts

I already wrote two posts on world population day & world population day slogans. If you want to know the world population day in details, read here.

1. What is the theme of 2019 World Population Day?

2. What are the best world population day slogans 2019?

In this post, we are going to see various world population day facts in details.

World Population Day Facts related to India

The interesting facts about world population day to India on the event of the world population day are as follows:

1. India has only 2.4% of world land area and It supports approximately 17% of the world population, 2nd highest after China. Out of the 7.4 billion (roughly) individuals on the planet, India sums 1.327 billion which equivalents to 17.5 percent of the World's population. It also brings up the urgency to understand why population control is important.

2. As per the estimation, 47 % of the girls in India are married before they attain the age of 18 years while the global situation is not quite well. 46% of the girls are married before attaining the age of 18 years. In excess of 700 million girls on the planet were hitched before the age of 18 including around 15 million young girls forced into marriage in 2015 alone.

3. At present, 41% of India’s population is below the age of 20 years and if we the see the majority of the world’s young population, it accounts for 24% only.

4. As per estimation, it is expected that India will become the world’s youngest country with 64% of its population in the working age by 2020.

5. The fast speed of population growth with the limited infrastructure may create problems for the minority sector of society. In the current time, approximately 800 ladies die every day due to pregnancy-related complications & 20% of these ladies are from India only.

6. There is a decline in the maternal mortality rate both in India & globally yet a long way to go. In the year 2012, the maternal mortality rate in India is 178 deaths per 100,000 lives while in 2017, it was 212 deaths per 100,000 lives. Globally, the maternal mortality ratio has declined by 44 percent- from 385 deaths to 216 deaths per 100,000 live births.

Interesting World Populating Day Facts

The amazing facts on world population day are as follows:

1. The most common first name in the world is Mohammed for boys and the most common name for the girls is Mary.

2. If Facebook were a nation, it would be the third most crowded on the planet, with 1.39 billion "residents" signing on to the social networking site each month.

Interesting Worldwide Facts related to World Population Day

The various facts related to world on the event of world population day are as follows:

1. The world population increases by about 83 million people every year. Currently, the population of the world is approximately 7.7 billion.  If the population continue to increase as with the same speed, there will be about 10 billion people worldwide by 2050.

2. In the world, countries with the largest population are China followed by India & the United States. The next countries in the list are Indonesia, Pakistan, Brazil & Nigeria. With the rapid population growth of India, it is expected to surpass China within a few years.  Additionally, the united states will lose their 3rd spot from Nigeria. Among the top 10 populous countries, Nigeria has the fastest growing population and growth rate is 2.6% per year. If Nigeria continues at the same pace, their population would become 410 million by the end of the year 2050.

3. Approximately 33% of population growth in the world is due to accidental or unwanted pregnancies. The major factors behind these accidental & unwanted pregnancies are lack of basic education, family planning, or healthcare.

4. As per the estimates, approximately 4~5 births & approximately 2 deaths take place per second which adds up to a net population gain of 2~3 people per second. Hence, the major reason behind the population explosion is not only the increased birth rate but also the decline in the death rate due to availability of better hospital facilities, medicine & advancement in the technology.

5. A child dies every 20 seconds because of poor sanitation. In fact, 1 in 10 people - or 663 million - don’t have access to safe drinking water around the world.

6. The life expectancy is increasing & improving continuously across the globe due to the availability of better hospitals, medicine, facilities, and many more advancement in technology. In 2000, the life expectancy of the world was 67 years while in 2015, it has been increased to 71.  It will be improved to 77 years in the year of 2050.  Previously, the difference in the life expectancy between the developed countries to other nations was approximately 20 years.  The North American & western Europeans enjoy the highest life expectancy while it is lowest for the sub-Saharan African nations. One more important fact to note that in the upcoming years, there will be a very less variation in the life expectancy across the globe.

7. 2.4 billion people - or 1 in 3 - don’t even have access to a toilet. Alarmingly, more people on earth today have access to a cell phone than a toilet.

8. In 1900, there were just 12 cities around the globe with more than 1 million individuals. Notwithstanding, today there are in excess of 400 urban areas worldwide with a populace of 1 million or more and 19 urban communities with populaces more than 10 million.

9. The next important amazing facts related to the world population day is related to the comparison of European & African countries. The population of Africa is increasing while the population of the European population is decreasing. Currently, Niger has the youngest population in the world.

10. With reference to the words of many experts, over-consumption & unequalities of the distribution of resources is the major cause of any problems in the world, not the overpopulation. The wealthiest 20% of the world population consumes 86% of the resources while the poorest consume approximately 2% only. Approximately, 3 billion people across the globe survive for less than 2$ a day. The situation of unequal distribution of resources is very alarming.

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What is the meaning of failure in life in English?

Hello friends, how are you all? I hope, you are fine. Today, I am going to share my personal experience related to the word “Failure”.

Failure In Life

I don’t know but I have an attraction for this word. I always want to read, write and discuss more and more about this word. It gives me motivation, boost positive energy and encourage my internal soul to become stubborn for something which is close to impossible for common people like us. In the last few years, I took many initiatives in those fields which were not related to my field. I challenged myself and you don’t believe, I enjoyed a lot. Sometimes it breaks you, on the contrary, sometimes it will help you in making as well.

Two weeks back, I got the email notification for the public conference and title for that conference was “success vs failure”. I became excited once I read the title and promised myself to attend that conference anyhow. Finally, the day came and I went there to attend. I got different notions and theories related to the above-said title. I was agreeing and ready to accept a few theories while some others were very weird and difficult to accept in practical life.

Let me share my understanding of this word. In my notion, failure is the part of life and you should have a habit to overcome it. The most meaningful point to remember “Nothing is permanent in life, neither the success nor the failure”

It is one of the most overrated words in modern life. Whenever we are unable to achieve something, we start correlating it with the failure. Just think about 9~10 months old child. He is trying to stand up and walk. Whenever he stands, he falls down. He tries again & again to stand up and walk. Can we consider the continuous fall down of the child as a failure? In my opinion, it is not a failure until he tries to stand up.

The word failure is incomplete in itself and I would like to add a few prefixes to make it more meaningful such as temporary failure & permanent failure. What is my notion on these terminologies, just read here and share your opinion in the comment box?

What Is Failure

Let me share my notion of above said terminologies i.e. temporary failure & permanent failure.

If you try something and fail, then try another time, fail again and then try one more time. After getting multiple failures, you finally decide to quit that thing and move further in life. This activity can be considered permanent failure in that particular event, not in life.  Similarly, if you try something and fail, then try another time, fail again and then try one more time and finally get the success. The first 2~3 failure can be considered a temporary failure.

It means, whenever you think about the failure, always try to connect it with the event. It is possible that you will be failed in one or two events, but it is impossible that a human fail in all the events he tries. Do the experiment continuously in your life and try to find out the right list of experiments to get a successful life.

Failure Meaning

The next questions that I would like to highlight here are as follows

1. Why do we fail?

2. Is Failure required to get success?

There are several factors responsible for failure. I already wrote a few more posts where I explained various causes of failure and how to overcome these failures. If you want to read, please find the link below

What are the causes of failure in life?

What is the meaning and method of introspection?

Let us move further and talk about the next question. Is failure necessary to get success?

I would say no, not every time. Just take yourself out from the comfortable zone, push yourself hard and try to achieve your target in the very first attempt. If you are able to achieve, then nothing wrong in that except you miss the best teacher of your life.  Yes, failure is the best teacher of your life and it tells you everything and even ready to reply to all your queries in the case of failure.

Meaning of Failure in Life

I hope, you understand the meaning of failure in life. what is your opinion on this concept? Share with us in the comment box. Guys, if you like our posts, please comment. Your comments are the source of motivation that inspires me a lot.

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Check out the Top 20 slogans for world population day in English.


Is population explosion a boon or a curse? For the countries, where the population is decreasing day by day like European countries might be considered as a boon. However, in countries like India, where the population is increasing continuously, it is a curse and damaging the development of the country. The developing countries are already lacking resources and with the rapid growth of population, leading to problems like malnutrition, poverty, etc. Point to remember, with the rapid growth of population, the resources available per person will be less.

To address of problem of malnutrition, poverty and various other problems related to population, we celebrate the world population day.  We celebrate world population day on 11th July every year and the core objectives of this day are the importance of family planning, gender equality, poverty, maternal health & human health.


In the last post, we have talked about the world population day and its themes in detail.

What is the theme of 2019 World Population Day?

In the post, we are going to cover the popular world population day slogans.

✔ Slogan No -1

“In order to stabilize world population, we must eliminate 350,000 per day”.
 – Jacques Yves Cousteau


✔ Slogan No -2

“A finite world can support only a finite population; therefore, population growth must eventually equal zero”. – Garrett Hardin

✔ Slogan No -3

“Every state has the primary duty to protect its own population from grave and sustained violations of human rights, as well as from the consequences of humanitarian crises, whether natural or man-made”. – Pope Benedict XVI

✔ Slogan No -4

“Population, when unchecked, increases in a geometrical ratio”. – Thomas Malthus

✔ Slogan No -5

“You cannot control your own population by force, but it can be distracted by consumption”. – Noam Chomsky.

World Population Day Slogan In English

✔ Slogan No -6

 “Almost half of the population of the world lives in rural regions and mostly in a state of poverty. Such inequalities in human development have been one of the primary reasons for unrest and, in some parts of the world, even violence”. – A. P. J. Abdul Kalam


✔ Slogan No -7

“The point of population stabilization is to reduce or minimize misery”. – Roger Bengston

✔ Slogan No -8

“If we don’t halt population growth with justice and compassion, it will be done for us by nature, brutally and without pity- and will leave a ravaged world”. – Nobel Laureate Dr Henry W. Kendall

World Population Day Slogan In English

✔ Slogan No -9

“When the family is small, whatever little they have they are able to share. There is peace”. – Philip Njuguna

✔ Slogan No -10

“Once it was necessary that the people should multiply and be fruitful if the race was to survive. But now to preserve the race it is necessary that people hold back the power of propagation”. – Helen Keller

✔ Slogan No -11

“As a woman leader, I thought I brought a different kind of leadership. I was interested in women’s issues, in bringing down the population growth rate… as a woman, I entered politics with an additional dimension – that of a mother”. – Benazir Bhutto

World Population Day Slogan In English

✔ Slogan No -12

“Rapid population growth and technological innovation, combined with our lack of understanding about how the natural systems of which we are a part work, have created a mess”. – David Suzuki

✔ Slogan No -13

“But as the population became denser, the natural chemical and biological recycling processes became overloaded, calling for a redefinition of property rights”. – Garrett Hardin

✔ Slogan No -14

“Yet food is something that is taken for granted by most world leaders despite the fact that more than half of the population of the world is hungry”. – Norman Borlaug


✔ Slogan No -15

“The power of population is indefinitely greater than the power in the earth to produce subsistence for man”. – Thomas Malthus

World Population Day Slogan In English

✔ Slogan No -16

“Population growth is straining the Earth’s resources to the breaking point, and educating girls is the single most important factor in stabilizing that. That, plus helping women gain political and economic power and safeguarding their reproductive rights”. – Al Gore

✔ Slogan No -17

“The combination of population growth and the growth in consumption is a danger that we are not prepared for and something we will need global co-operation on”. – Maurice Strong

✔ Slogan No -18

“Close to a billion people – one-eighth of the world’s population – still live in hunger. Each year 2 million children die from malnutrition. This is happening at a time when doctors in Britain are warning of the spread of obesity. We are eating too much while others starve”. – Jonathan Sacks

World Population Day Slogan In English

These are the famous 18 slogans on world population day. Various famous personalities like APJ Abdul Kalam, Benazir Bhutto, Dr Henry W. Kendall and many more already addressed the population related problems and we want to secure our future with better living standards, then we will have to unite together and fight with these issues. 

Final Words


What is the theme of 2019 International Yoga Day?

International Yoga Day commonly known as Yoga Day is celebrated annually on 21st June since its beginning in 2015. The idea of international Yoga day was first proposed by the prime minister of our country and then endorsed by the record 175 members of the United Nations. The proposal was made during the opening of the 69th session of UN general assembly and in the assembly, our prime minister said:

“Yoga is an invaluable gift from our ancient tradition. It embodies the unity of mind & body, thought, and action, a holistic approach that is valuable to our health & well-being. It is not only exercise but also the way to discover the senses of oneness with yourself, the world and nature.

Theme of 2019 International Yoga Day

The prime minister of India also suggested the date for the international yoga day to be 21st June as this day has a special significance in the calendar. This is the longest day in the northern hemisphere and it is the day when the rays of the sun directly hit one of the two tropical latitudes lines.

In this post, we are going to discuss the history of Yoga, the theme of 2019 international yoga day and theme of others years as well, different forms of Yoga, benefits of Yoga and many more. If you are keen to know about these things, you are landed at the right place. Let us go ahead with us and acquire the information.

What is the History of Yoga?

Yoga is an ancient physical, mental and spiritual practice that originated in India. The word Yoga derives from Sanskrit and the meaning of Yoga is to unite the symbolizing the union of body and consciousness.

What is the theme of 2019 International Yoga Day?

Nobody is sure about the origin of Yoga but it was believed that it came into the existence 500 years back during the time of Gautam Buddha. If we follow the religious books of the Hindus, you will find the explanation of Yoga in Rig-Veda, Yajur Veda & Bhagavad Gita as well. These holy books urge mankind to practice yoga for developing mental health, physical strength, and prosperity. The yoga got worldwide recognition when Swami Vivekananda spoke about it in the world parliament of religions in Chicago in 1893.  During the early 20th century a number of teachers from India migrated to the Western countries to teach yoga. They authored numerous books, detailing the benefits yoga had on the human mind and body.

What are the themes of International Yoga Days?

The first yoga day was celebrated on 21st June 2015 across the world where the main action was performed on the Indian capital city of New Delhi. On that day, a record number of participants (35985) came from the different parts of the world and practiced yoga on Rajpath for record 35 minutes.  It has been recorded in the Guinness World Record as well. Since then, every theme, a theme is being decided by the UN and the entire world celebrates yoga globally. The theme of 2019 yoga day is climate change.

2019 International Yoga Day Theme

Let us discuss in detail the various themes of international yoga day.

2019 International Yoga Day Theme

As stated above, the theme of 2019 international yoga day is climate change. It will be celebrated at the united nation on Thursday 20th July 2019 followed by a panel discussion on 21st June. In India, this event is going to be celebrated at Prabhat Tara ground in Jharkhand's Ranchi. The honorable prime minister will lead the event along with 30,000 volunteers.

International Yoga Day Theme 2018

The theme of 2018 international day was “Yoga for Peace”. This event was held in the Dehradun at the forest research institute. The event was led by the Indian prime minister with more than 50,000 volunteers.

International Yoga Day 2017 Theme

The theme of 2017 international day was “Connect the Youth”. This event was held in the Lucknow. The Indian Prime Minister along with 51000 individuals participated in this event.

International Yoga Day 2016 Theme

The theme of 2016 international day was “Yoga for Body & Beyond”. This event was held in the Chandigarh and Jaggi Vashudev was the main speaker at the event.  A special event titled "Conversation with Yoga Masters – Yoga for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals" was the centerpiece.

International Yoga Day 2019 Theme

 International Yoga Day Theme 2015

The theme of 2015 international day was “Yoga for Holistic Health”. The ministry of Ayush made the necessary arrangements and more than 35000 individuals came to India all across the world to participate in this event. The event was celebrated at Rajpath in New Delhi. All the participants performed 21 asanas in 35 minutes.

What are the different types of Yoga?

There are various types of yoga such as Hatha Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Raja Yoga, Karma Yoga, & Bhakti Yoga, etc.

What are the different asanas of Yoga?

This is the 5th celebration of international yoga day 2019 theme and on this day, make yoga a part of daily activities. There are various types of yoga such as Slow Stretching Yoga Asana for Neck, Full Body Yoga Tadasana – The Mountain Pose, Standing Forward Fold Pose (Uttanasana Yoga), The Triangle Pose (Trikonasana Yoga), Surya Namaskar (Sun Salutation), Kapalbhati Pranayama Yoga Pose, and many more.

International Yoga Day Theme 2019

What are the benefits of Yoga?

Yoga is a spiritual, mental & physical practice that has been around us for ages. There are several benefits of practicing yoga and it does more than burning calories and building strength. The top 10 benefits of yoga are Improves posture, increases flexibility, builds muscle strength, Boosts metabolism, helps in lowering blood sugar, increases blood flow, keep diseases at bay increases self-esteem, improves lung function, & Helps you sleep better.

Theme of 2019 International Yoga Day

Final Words

In this post, we have discussed the history of Yoga, previous themes of international yoga day and the details explanation of the theme of 2019 international yoga day. I hope, you liked it. In the upcoming days, we would write a detailed post on different types of Yoga, different asanas of yoga & various benefits of yoga.  If you would like to know about these things, subscribe to our email notification to get the notifications of upcoming posts.

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What is the theme of 2019 World Population Day?

Population explosion is one the biggest problem of the world in the 21st century. There are several factors responsible for this population explosion and the most important factors are poverty & illiteracy. The resources available on the earth are limited and with the continuous growth of population, these resources are depleting very fast and maybe not available in the near future as well.

2019 World Population Day Theme

To address the problem stated above, a day has been observed known as World Population Day. It is an annual event observed on 11th July every year. The main objective of this day is to raise the global population issues and major issues covered under this are the importance of family planning, gender equality, poverty, maternal health & human health.

Every year, a theme is decided and the theme of 2018 world population day was “family planning is a human right”. The theme of 2019 world population day is yet to be decided and we will share the information once it will be revealed. Dr. KC Zachariah observed the population of the world approximately 5 Billion in 1987 and this day was suggested by him in the public interest when he was working in the world bank as Sr. Demographer.

What are the FAQs on the theme of 2019 World Population Day?

1. What is the history of World Population Day?

2. What is UNFPA?

3. What is the theme of World Population Day 2019?

4. What are the objectives of World Population Day 2019?

5. Why do we celebrate the world population day and how do we celebrate it?

What is the History of World Population Day?

World Population Day is the international event being celebrated globally on 11th July. This day is celebrated to raise the awareness of the people towards the worldwide population issues and the 2019 world population theme is yet to be decided. It was first begun in the year 1989 by the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). This day was first considered in the year of 1987 when the population of the world crossed 5 Billion in 1987. 

World Population Day 2019 Theme

This year marks the 51st anniversary of the 1968 international conference on human rights where family planning considered the human right first time. The document made in this conference named as Trehan proclamation stated- “Parents have a basic human right to determine freely and responsibly the number and spacing of their children." Women must have the rights to avoid the exhaustion, depletion, and danger of too many pregnancies. 

What is UNFPA?

United National population fund abbreviated as UNFPA works to support family planning by ensuring the supply of contraceptives to strength the national health system. As per them, family planning is not only the human right but equally important for women's empowerment, reducing poverty and achieving sustainable growth. The main mission of this agency is to ensure the save birth of a child, pregnancy happens when desires & wishes of every young’s person must be fulfilled.

9 Standards to uphold the human right to family planning


The information & services related to financial planning cannot be restricted on the basis of race, sex, language, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, political affiliation, economic status, place of residence, marital status, disability status, etc.


It must be ensured by the countries to make the availability of family planning commodities & services to everyone.


It must be ensured by the countries to make the accessibility of family planning commodities & services to everyone.


The information & services related to the contraceptive must be provided in a dignified manner by considering the modern medical ethics & the culture of those being accommodated.

Good quality

It is mandatory to clearly communicate the family planning information and it must be scientifically accurate.

Informed decision-making

Every person must be empowered to make reproductive choices with full autonomy, free of pressure, coercion or misrepresentation.

Privacy and confidentiality

When an individual seeks family planning information and services, it is his right to enjoy the right to privacy.


It is an obligation for every country to ensure the active participation of all the individuals in all the decisions affecting them including health issues as well.


Health systems, education systems, leaders and policymakers must be accountable to the people they serve in all efforts to realize the human right to family planning.

Why do we celebrate World Population Day?

The main objective of this day is to draw attention towards the reproductive health problems of the community people as it is one of the leading causes of ill health and even the death of pregnant women worldwide. It will assist the mass population to get the information related to family planning, reproductive health, adolescent pregnancy, girl child education, child marriage, sexually transmitted infections, baby health, and right to health, etc.

What are the objectives of World Population Day 2019?

The major objectives of world population day 2019 theme are as follows.

World Population Day Theme 2019

1. Spread the awareness related to the various growing population problems related to family planning, gender equality, poverty, maternal health & human health.

2. It is celebrated to protect and empower the youth of both genders.

3. Educate youths to avoid unwanted pregnancies by using the best possible methods in the market.

4. Teach them about the pregnancy-related illness and various precautions that need to be addressed during pregnancy.

5. Aware of the youth related to all the sexually transmitted diseases to get prevented from various infections.

6. The UN demands from every country to implement some effective laws & policies to protect girl childbirths.

7. The government of every country must ensure the availability & accessibility of reproductive health services everywhere as part of basic primary health for every couple.

8. Create awareness among the people about the population explosion and their good and bad effects.

How are we going to celebrate World Population Day 2019 theme?

World population day is celebrated globally by organizing a variety of activities, seminar & events to draw the attention of mass individuals to cooperate on the issues of growing population issues. It incorporates several activities like seminar, group discussions, speeches, slogans, and distribution of information on the various platforms. Apart from the UN, various other health organization & population divisions work together to tackle population issues by arranging conferences, meeting, public meetings, etc.

What should we do to support the theme of world population day 2019?

To support the theme of 2019 world population day, first, we should acquire the knowledge and then start implementing those things in our life. Also, create awareness among the youth regarding this.

Final Words

In the above blog, we have seen the importance of world population day & why should we support this. Address the population problem is the greatest interest of the time and to enhance the quality of living of every individuals, it must be solved at the earliest.

Let us come together and supports the theme of the 2019 world population day.



Prevention is better than cure and I'm sure you must have heard this. It means if one is able to detect the symptoms of any illness in its early stage then, in that case, such illness can be stopped with minimum damage. In this blog, we are about to see the symptoms of dengue in a child. In addition to this, we will see the FAQ asked questions related to dengue fever symptoms for babies.  

What are the FAQs on Dengue Symptoms in Child?

1. What is the first sign of dengue fever?

2. What is dengue & how does it spread?

3. What are the signs & symptoms of dengue in a child?

4. What is the diagnosis of dengue in children?

5. How can you save your infants from dengue?

6. What are the preventions to stop dengue?

Tropical areas are more prone to epidemic diseases like dengue, yellow fever, zika virus, malaria, chikungunya, etc., especially in the monsoon. The main reasons behind all these diseases are mosquito. More than 700 million people have been affected by these mosquitos borne illnesses and many of them have been died due to these illnesses. 

Symptoms For Dengue In Child

Do you know about dengue and how it spreads? What are the warning signs & dengue symptoms in the child? What are the causes & precautions that must be followed to get a cure from the dengue?

To get the answer to all your queries, read this post and hopefully, you will get the answer to all the questions you are looking for.

What is Dengue and how does it spread?

The number of cases where kids suffering from dengue fever is continuously increasing throughout the world and it is caused by a virus carried by a Mosquito name Aedes Aegypti. Dengue fever is also called break-bone fever as people experiencing extreme pain in their body while suffering from dengue. This mosquito species can be identified very easily as you can see the white spots pattern on its abdomen. 

Symptoms For Dengue In Child

It is important to note that, this disease does not spread directly from one to another. When a mosquito bites a person infected with dengue then that virus enters into the mosquito and when the infected mosquito bites another person, then the virus enters into that person and thereafter person suffers from the dengue virus. Here in this disease, a mosquito is just acting as a carrier who transfers the dengue from one person to another person.

It means the cause of dengue in children or even an adult is not the mosquito itself but a viral pathogen known as the dengue virus. There are five types/Strains of the dengue virus and any one of them can cause the disease. However, dengue caused by one type of virus will give the individual total immunity to that type of virus but that individual could be infected by other types of virus. An individual can overcome these viruses in 2~10 days most of the time as the body set off the immune response to kills all these viruses. However, in some cases, a more dangerous version of dengue fever occurs known as Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever (DHF). Immediate treatment & special care required to get a cure for this dangerous version of the dengue virus.

Symptoms For Dengue In Child

The common signs & dengue symptoms in the child are as follows.

1. Very High Fever (Around 104 degrees Fahrenheit)

2. A very sharp drop in the platelets. Platelets are cells in the blood that helps to stop bleeding.

3. Severe pain in the body, stomach Joints, muscles, bones, etc.

4. A severe Headache & Vomiting.

5. Rashes all over the body.

6. Mild bleeding from the nose or gums and pain behind the eyes.

Facts related to the Aedes Aegypti (Name of the mosquito) 

In the last section, we have seen common symptoms of dengue in a child and in this section let’s talk about the main reason behind this disease. It is very dangerous for all human beings & various facts related to this breed of mosquitos is as follows.

Symptoms For Dengue In Child

1. It resides either near to the human residence or the dark places.

2. The female mosquitoes put their eggs in the water containers in and around the homes and these eggs become adult in a period of 10 days.

3. It is found in tropical & humid climates and thrives in the presence of stagnant water so the production of these breeds mostly occurs in monsoon season.

4. The chances of dengue occurrence are more in the monsoon season.

5. It breeds in clean water and has a flight range of only 100-200 meters.

6. The mosquito gets the dengue virus after biting a human being infected with the dengue virus.

7. These mosquito bites usually in the early morning and the evening right before sunset. This is unlike behaviour in comparison to other diseases carrying mosquitoes.

What are the warning signs & dengue symptoms in the child?

The symptoms of dengue in a child are asymptomatic in about 80% of all the cases, even infants and little youngsters. However, the younger the child, the more severe the symptoms, and normally takes 3~4 days to appear after the infection. Here is a list of symptoms in kids you should keep an eye for.

Dengue Symptoms In Child

Flu-like illness

In most cases, the symptoms of dengue in a child start with the side effects related to viral flu, for example, high-temperature fever, runny nose, hack, and weariness. At times, there can be an intense drop-in temperature also.

Dengue Symptoms In Child

Bleeding from the Nose & Gum

Whenever a child suffers from the dengue virus, then there are a sudden drop in the platelets counts and such a situation slows down the clotting rate of blood making blood loss easier resulting in the bleeding in the gums & nose.

Skin Problems

This is a common dengue symptom in child and you will find rashes all over the body.

Change in behaviour of the child

If a child infected with dengue, then there must be a change in the behaviour of a child. They will often cry and show irritation mostly, reduce in their sleeping time & appetite as well.
These are common dengue symptoms in the child. In the next section, let us what should we do in such situations.

How to diagnose the dengue of the children?

If you see any symptoms of dengue in a child as described above, visit the paediatrician and take his advice as soon as possible.  The Doctor will do the examination of your child to check whether your toddler is infected from the dengue virus or not.  He will take the blood sample and will send it to the diagnosis lab to verify the status of the dengue virus and start the treatment accordingly. 

Prevention is always better than cure so if you want to protect yourself and your near & dear one, use these tips. These tips are helpful in shielding you & your family from dengue. Read about WHO Global Public Health Days.

1. These mosquitos are very active in the early morning and the evening right before sunset. Sleep your babies in the nets especially at these times to minimize the risk of dengue.

Symptoms For Dengue In Child

2. Cover the body of infants from full sleeves shirt, paints, shocks, shoes, etc.

3. Mosquito repellent creams are a very good option to avoid mosquitoes from children. Put these creams on the uncovered bodies and ensure that these creams are safe for your children.

4. Reduce the outdoors times of your children especially in the rainy season and educate them with various preventive measures to avoid the risk of dengue.

5. To keep away the mosquitoes from your houses, it is advisable to burn coconut shells and neem leaves.

6. Don’t put any containers filled with fresh water near to your kids as these mosquitoes thrive quickly in fresh and stagnant water. It is recommended to discard or empty the containers placed close to the child.

Is there any Treatment for Dengue?

There is no particular treatment for dengue and still, research is going on to find out the best cure for this dangerous disease. However, dengue has a very low mortality rate and it is get resolved in most cases in a few days to a month. 

Here are the healthy tips that would help your toddler to fight dengue.

1. Give enough water and fluid to your baby especially the milk from the goat and the gloy leaves.

Symptoms For Dengue In Child

2. These are very helpful in curing him sooner. Healthy meals are equally important for your child.

3. Consistent sleeping is required to make a proper schedule of sleeping.

These steps are one of the most important to follow in fighting dengue as they will help strengthen their immune system to destroy the virus.

Useful information related to Dengue Virus & its prevention

In the above sections, we have discussed symptoms of dengue in child and various methods for the prevention of dengue. Apart from these, please have a look at various useful information related to the dengue virus and the carrier of the dengue virus are as follows:

Symptoms For Dengue In Babies

What are the four types of Dengue Virus?

There are 4 types of dengue virus that cause dengue fever and all these viruses are spread by the same types of mosquito. It is possible to suffer from dengue more than one and a person suffer from dengue 2nd, 3rd time, or more, the chances of a severe form of dengue would be very high.

What are the high risks prone areas of Dengue?

Dengue fever is mostly found in tropical and subtropical areas especially in central & South America, parts of Africa & Asia, the Caribbean and the Pacific.

What is the first sign of Dengue Fever?

High-temperature fever is the first dengue symptom in the child.

How to stop the production of these mosquitoes?

As we are aware of the production of these mosquitoes takes place in clean & stagnant water so, in order to stop the production of these mosquitoes, it is recommended to discard all the containers in which water collects or drain out the water from the buckets or any other containers when not in use. For standing water that can be removed, add a small amount of kerosene. It will prevent mosquitoes from laying eggs in the water as kerosene is toxic to them.

How can we stop the dengue virus from spreading from one person to others?

Dengue isn't exchanging starting with one individual then onto the next individual. It is only possible when a mosquito infected by dengue bite a person. The main thing that should be considered, if a person suffers from dengue, then he must take all the precautions to stop himself from the bite of mosquitoes. The mosquito will be infected by the dengue virus only when they bite a person infected with dengue. 

Final Words

As mentioned above, there is no definite way to cure dengue and still, researchers are trying to develop some vaccination or medicine to cure this disease. Illness can never be good and it becomes worse if we come to know, no medicine is available. It is better to protect yourself and your near and dear ones.


This post on the topic of symptoms of dengue in a child is only for awareness so don’t trust it blindly. Visit the doctor once you spot the symptoms of dengue in a child. Take the advice before obeying anything.
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