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The pyrexia temperature never damages the cells of brain or harm the body.

All treatments for fever are based on the belief that fits is the result of 41-degree Celsius temperature and it damages cells of brain and body. At the same time there is no evidence based tests or concrete diagnosing methods to the belief that fits and brain damage is the result of pyrexia [1]. Necessary ingredients to destroy brain cells and fits cannot be seen in fever.In pyrexia or absence of fever a fainted patient fell on the floor with unconscious state and destroy cells of brain, and necessary ingredients to become conscious are same. When disease increases essential blood circulation and energy level also decreases. The vertical height between heart and brain is more than one foot. When the disease becomes severe, ability to pump the blood to the brain decreases. As a result of this brain cells are damaged. so the patient might be paralyzed or may even die. In pyrexia or absence of fever, when blood flow to the brain decreases and fits are formed. There is no other way than this to increase blood circulation to the brain.It is a sensible and discreet action of brain to protect the life or organ. Recovery from Fits. The patient become conscious before the time to get decreasing the temperature of fever. When the fainted patient lie on the floor, the vertical height between heart and brain is decreased, blood circulation increased to brain. Self-checking methods. When the fainted patient lie on the floor,The patient can stand straight and lie on bed alternatively.Then the patient can experience himself the intensity of blood circulation.The patient can experience when he stand his blood circulation decreases and when lie on the bed the blood circulation decreases.Besides that he can also experience increased blood circulation when lie on the bed raise the foot higher than head.

Author(s): K. M. Yacob

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