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To Make Your Travel More Safer Go For Travel Vaccinations
To Make Your Travel More Safer Go For
Travelling to different countries has become fun and easy in this era of
globalization. People from different countries mix with each other as never
before. But did you know, that if you are planning to visit different countries
and climates you may need to get vaccinated before that? Yes, there are travel
vaccinations against diseases such as yellow fever, hepatitis A and typhoid. The
branch of medicine that deals with the prevention and management of health of
international travellers is known as ‘emporiatrics’.
Although, you don’t always need travel vaccinations before travelling to a
different country but this depends on the country you are travelling to and what
you are planning to do there. Some countries even require people to have an
International certification of vaccine or prophylaxis before entering. Some
common travel vaccinations available are for diseases such as diphtheria, polio,
tetanus, typhoid and cholera. The cost of such vaccines may vary between
different private clinics but you can always get free advice concerning these
vaccinations from the internet. The official website of World Health
Organisation might come in handy.
There are some specific things to be kept in mind while planning for your
· Firstly, the country you are
travelling to. Some basic study about the country’s health environment will be
· Secondly, the climate of the
country at the time of travel and during the stay because some diseases spread
fast in some seasons than others.
· Thirdly, the nature of the
place you will be staying in. This means to know if the place is a rural or an
urban area and also knowing where most of your time will be spent, indoors or
· Lastly and most importantly
is keeping in mind your own age and health condition. Some people are more
vulnerable to diseases than others and need some extra care. While some people
cannot be given some vaccinations due to their prior health conditions. Before
taking such vaccinations it is very important to tell the doctor if you are
pregnant or if you are breastfeeding.
So plan your holidays to different parts of the world and feel the joy of life
but remember to see your doctor and take the preventive measures, as the famous
saying goes, “Prevention is better than cure”.