Title : Will fever cure if we treat the cause of disease or the cause of fever?
The physicians are talking about the treatment of fever indifferently. They are talking about not to treat fever but for the underlying cause of fever. At the same time when people have a fever, they instruct to reduce fever urgently.
The cause of fever and cause of disease both are different. The physicians misunderstand the cause of disease as cause of fever. If we remove the cause of disease the fever never cures. If we remove the cause of fever, it can be immediately cured. The basic cause of fever is increased severe inflammation and decreased blood circulation. If we remove the cause of disease, the disease will not be cured.
If a worm eats the stem and leaf of a plant, we can kill the worm with pesticides, then the destroyed part of the plant will not recover completely. Likewise, we can kill some kind of bacteria with antibiotics. But the problems made by bacteria will not be resolved.
The actual treatment to cause of fever.
The actual treatment to fever is to increase blood circulation. Two ways to increase blood circulation. 1. Never allow body temperature to lose 2. Apply heat from outside to the body. When the temperature produced by the body due to fever and heat which we applied on the body combines together, the blood circulation increases.
Then the body will stop to produce heat to increase blood circulation. And the body will get extra heat from outside without any usage of energy.
How can we prove that the cause of fever and cause of disease both are different?
“If we ask any type of question-related to fever by assuming that the cause of fever and cause of disease both are different, we will get a clear answer. If we avoid or evade from this definition, we will never get a proper answer to even a single question
If we do any type of treatment by assuming that the cause of fever and cause of disease both are different, the body will accept the cause of fever, at the same time body will resist whatever treatment to decrease temperature and blood circulation.
No further evidence is required to prove the cause of fever and cause of disease both are different.
I. Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine, 19th Ed
II. Davidsons Principles and practice of medicine_22Ed.
III. Guyton and Hall,Text book of Medical Physiology- 11th Ed
IV. Nelson Text book of Pediatrics 20th Ed
V. 1.Kerala State Drug Formulary page 442
Irrespective of the causes of pyrexia, general measures to reduce the temperature are to be undertaken urgently. patients must be given tepid sponging with cold water and a dose of 1g paracetamol to be given orally or 300 mg i.m., as an antipyretic.If not responding, a dose of 25mg of chlorpromazine i.m.may be useful. The definite treatment depends on the underlying cause which may vary from viral fever, leptospiral illness, pneumonia, enteric fever or cerebral malaria. Once the temperature is brought down by tepid sponging and antipyretics, investigations to find out the aetiology must be commenced.