diseases that are most contagious


No one likes to be sick, not even a London escort, having to stay at home in bed for the entire day, unless a London escort is taking care of them. Nevertheless it does happen and sometimes we are not even sure where we have picked the germ up from. We try to give our immune system an extra boost by increasing our vitamin C intake which of course is useless since our body can only absorb a certain amount and the rest just passes through our system and heads straight for the waste pile.

There are some diseases that can be avoided once you understand their prevention methods.

Hepatitis A

This is a virus whereby the liver is attacked and can be found in unsanitary conditions. Hepatitis A is spread through food when the cook does not wash their hands after using the bathroom. Yes, gross isn’t it? The signs and symptoms of this virus are nausea, fatigue, jaundice, fever, diarrhoea, abdominal pain and loss of appetite. This virus has no real method of treatment so its victims have no other choice than to endure its discomforts.


This disease kills millions of persons every year making it one of the most infectious diseases known to man. This disease is transmitted through the bite of the Anopheles mosquito in which the malaria parasite resides in its gut. Once you have been bitten and the parasite enters your system it makes it way directly to the liver where it will stay. As the parasite grows and multiplies it attacks the blood stream and contaminates the red blood cells. The signs and symptoms of Malaria are anaemia, fever, convulsions, shivering and vomiting. It can become fatal without immediate treatment.


This virus usually infects you as a child though you can become infected as an adult. It is known however that if you get this disease as a child, the symptoms are a lot less severe. Measles is transmitted from person to person via breath and touch almost immediately. The signs and symptoms of Measles are fever, runny nose, red spots and red eyes. The good thing about this disease is that once you had it you are less likely to get it again.


The tuberculosis bacterium infects someone at least once every second and is spread via direct contact of someone’s sneezing or coughing. It attacks the lungs, which causes chest pains and the victim to cough up blood. The victim is also consumed with cough that lasts no least than three weeks. The signs and symptoms of tuberculosis are fatigue, night sweats, loss of weight and appetite as well pallor.

The method of treatment involves antibiotic therapy for about six months to one year.