Life Style Diseases.......What they are ?
World Health Organization says "Non-communicable diseases are now the leading cause of death around the world, with developing countries hiting hardest. "The WHO estimates that 63 percent of worldwide deaths are due to lifestyle diseases. In addition, 80 percent of these deaths take place in low to middle-income countries. Such lifestyle diseases lead to premature death, which then affects the economic development of these countries.
These new breed of diseases has called 'Life Style Diseases' such as Heart disease, some Cancers and Diabetes, which are no longer a problem just in wealthy nations. Globally 14.2 million people between the ages of 30-69 years die prematurely each year from these diseases. These diseases have emerged as bigger killers than infectious or hereditary ones. Risk factors for these diseases include Unhealthy diets and physical inactivity, lack of oxygen in body, dehydration at cellular level, Lack of Vitamin D3 and Lack of Earthing. We will take look at the most common lifestyle diseases that you need to take seriously. These diseases can be prevented, managed and cured with the combination of Homeopathy, Herbal Medicine and Pawan Yog
Unhealthy eating habits, super-sizing meals, and reduced physical exercise all translate to obesity. A person with excessive weight suffers with breathing problems, blood pressure, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, etc.
The NFHS figures suggest that currently India ranks second with 155 million obese citizens and are increasing at 33-51% every year. Type II diabetes
Obesity becomes the cause for other health problems such as Type II Diabetes which is the non-insulin dependent form, and generally develops in adults.
This is a group of diseases that occur when the arterial blood vessel walls thicken and lose elasticity.
Atherosclerosis is when fatty plaques deposit in the arterial walls and cause blood circulation disorders, chest pain, and heart attacks. It is linked with diabetes, obesity and a high BP.
Around 30% to 40% of cardiovascular deaths happen in India among the age group of 34-64 years of age.
This refers to abnormalities that affect the heart muscle and blood vessel walls. The major factors involved in its development are smoking, diabetes and high cholesterol intake.
India ranks No.1 in cardiac patients, around 50 million people in India suffer from heart problems.
High blood pressure
When the reading is 140/90 or higher, the BP is considered to be high. Hypertension results from a variety of reasons like stress, obesity, gene, the diet and ageing.
In India, more than 100 million people have high blood pressure.
Cancer includes any hysterical irregular cell growth. The types of cancer could include lung cancer due to prolonged smoking, skin cancer due to too much exposure to the sun etc.
Cancer killed almost 5,56,400 people across the country in 2011.netic factors, overuse of salt
A stroke results when a blood vessel carrying blood to the brain has a blockage, thus creating an oxygen deficiency for the area of the brain it was carrying it to.
Indian studies have shown that about 10% to 15% of strokes occur in people below the age of 40 years.
Ulcerative Colitis, Nephritis,Stomach Ulcer and Anemia are also caused directly by your Life Style and Eating habits.
Gall Bladder Stones,Renal Stones and Chronic Depression,Sleep Apnea are also Life Style Diseases