Chicken pox is a disease caused by the varicella zooster. Transmission of the disease can be through the medium of air, liquid breathing or direct contact with people with chickenpox. However, the most potent transmission is through direct contact to the spots on the skin that contains chicken pox.

Symptoms of chickenpox
Chicken pox is usually characterized by mild fever, headache, runny nose, poor appetite and the appearance of red spots on the skin of a bubble-shaped and filled with fluid (rash). The rash is usually itchy and painful.

Many people believe that chicken pox will only attack once a lifetime, but chicken pox can affect anyone, including those that have been exposed to chicken pox though. However, it is true for those who have suffered will have a very small possibility.

But if a child before the age of 13 years had a chicken pox vaccine, they will not be exposed to the possibility of chicken pox for the rest of their lives. Whereas someone who has been exposed to chicken pox, will be considered immune and do not require the vaccine.

Chicken pox patients treatment
Chicken pox can strike children and adults. Here are tips to care for chicken pox patients.
  • Creating favorable conditions for people to be able to rest comfortably and accelerate the healing process.
  • Separating patients with healthy people, so that chicken pox is not contagious to others.
  • Bath with warm water mixed with anti-itch medication every day.
  • Change patient's clothes every day, so that the patient's body is always kept clean.
  • Anti-itch powder sprinkled on the body that had chicken pox, to relieve itching and rashes that dries quickly.
  • Cut the nails so as not to scratch the rash on the skin so that no new infections arise.

How to remove chicken pox scars
Chickenpox scars on the skin of the children will disappear more quickly, because the skin of the children are able to regenerate themselves faster. Whereas in adults, chicken pox scars will be slower to decrease, given the ability to regenerate skin has also been reduced. To some extent, this is of course this would interfere with performance. Therefore, hopefully these tips can help remove the scars of chicken pox in adults.
  • Palm tree bark that has been crushed and then rubbed dry as talcum powder, to present the plaque.
  • Grated young corn, then dab around the body at night and wash in the morning.
  • Mashed and crushed egg shells that have been cleared from the white membrane on the inside, then dab into the skin of spots there.
  • Mash some of sandalwood until smooth, mix with a little water and stir to brown, then apply to the section that contained spots of chicken pox scars.

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