Tuesday, April 18, 2023

Chickenpox disease in children: its side effects and how to prevent it

What is chickenpox?

Chickenpox is a disease that mostly affects children between the ages of 3 months and 10 years. It is not a serious disease, and its treatment methods are simple and easy.
And the signs of the disease are clear on the body, and they are in the form of spots that spread throughout the body, mouth, hair, and genitals.
Among its signs are itching, a slightly elevated temperature, and a mild headache.


It is necessary to use medicines by consulting a doctor, and these medicines are usually in the form of ointments.
It is necessary to treat the effects of bouzoggars (scars), and in some cases this requires laser or surgical intervention, especially for deep scars.


  • Itching should be avoided to avoid leaving deep scars on the body.
  • Trimming nails.
  • Avoid exposure to sunlight.
  • Bathing helps sick children avoid itching.
  • Avoid the necessary vaccinations for children in conjunction with the disease to avoid health complications.
  • The effects of scars on itching may lead to psychological complications, so care must be taken to treat the effects of the disease and avoid the development of the condition for the worse.
  • Avoid wearing tight clothes to avoid disturbing the condition of the bouzaqer spots on the body.