How Diseases and Illnesses Could Easily Occur

Every infectious disease comes with its own certain signs and symptoms. General signs and symptoms common to various infectious diseases that includes diarrhea, fever, fatigue, coughing and muscle aches.

The infectious diseases can actually be caused by various things such as fungi, parasites, viruses and bacteria.

Bacteria are one-cell organism to which are responsible for illnesses like strep throat, tuberculosis and also urinary tract infections. Viruses on the other hand are smaller than bacteria, but it could cause different diseases from common cold to AIDS. There's also fungi to where it could cause different skin diseases like athlete's foot and ringworm. There's also parasites where a good example with it would be Malaria, where this could be transmitted through a mosquito bite.

One easy way for you to catch most infectious diseases would be when you come in contact with a person or perhaps an animal that has the infection. Three ways with where infectious diseases can be spread is through a direct contact through person to person, animal to person and through germs.

A common way to where infectious diseases could spread is through a direct transfer of viruses, germs or bacteria from one individual to another. This actually could happen when a person that has a virus r bacterium will kiss, touch, sneeze or cough on someone who is not infected.

Germs that cause Diseases and Illnesses  also could spread through an exchange of body fluids from a sexual contact. The person who passed the germs may not have any Symptoms of the disease, but he/she could be the carrier.

Being bitten or scratched by an animal to which is infected can make you sick and may become fatal. It could also be hazardous to handle animal waste.

Another would be from the mother to an unborn child. Pregnant women may pass germs to which causes infectious disease to her unborn baby. There in fact are some germs to which could pass through the placenta. Germs which are in the vagina can in fact be transmitted to the baby at the time of birth.

The disease-causing organisms could in fact be passed through indirect contact. A lot of germs could linger on an inanimate object like doorknob, tabletop or a faucet handle.

There also are some germs that relies on insect carriers. Such carriers are actually known to as vectors. Mosquitos actually could carry the malaria parasite and deer ticks also carry bacterium that causes Lyme diseases. Most infectious diseases actually have only with a minor complication. There also are some infections like pneumonia, AIDS and meningitis that can actually become life-threatening.