Diseases

Indians are more concerned about their health. But most of them only have a scattered idea of the common health problems in the country.  A doctor in a top hospital in India has talked about this issue of lack of awareness. It is important to know the problem inorder to decide on having a proper lifestyle.

This article will discuss some of the common diseases in India. It will also suggest some healthy lifestyles to follow in order to prevent them.

Common Diseases in India

• Cardiovascular diseases

A recent study found that cardiovascular diseases in India have a frequency of 54.5 million. One in 4 deaths is due to ischemic heart diseases and strokes.  People in the most productive years of their lives tend to die by heart attacks.

• Cancer


WHO report says that in the year 2018 about 1.16 million cases of cancer were diagnosed in people (The Hindu) . They also said that one in 10 people is estimated to develop cancer in their lifetime and one in 15 will die.

• Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis or TB is a major public problem in India. The quarter of the world's total cases of TB is in India. There are more than 850,000 new TB cases each year in India that are either undetected or untreated. (USAID)

Fevers and Infections

India is hit by the seasonal fevers every year especially in the post monsoon period. They include malaria, typhoid, dengue, leptospirosis etc.
 
Healthy Lifestyle: A Necessity

1. Fixed Sleep Schedule


Sleep is a vital component to improve the overall health and well-being of a human. Have a sleep routine and follow it diligently in order to be more productive. The immune system, health of heart, creatively and many more are indirectly dependent on our sleep routine.

The sleep requirement varies according to various age groups. For instance, an adult needs to have at least 7 hours of deep sleep whereas, children need even more.

2. Less Use Of Electric Appliances

Mobile phones and laptops are a necessity in today's style. However, it does a lot of harm if used for a long time. It is important to be more associated with nature. Go out for a walk and have an experience of fresh air. This will clear out the nasal blockages and helps you to de stress

See to it that  you’re not much involved with electronic devices especially mobile phones as it is one major source of radiation. Keep your phone away at least one hour after you wake up and before you go to sleep every day.

3. Have Food According To Your Need


Junk food can not only cause obesity, it also increases the risk of heart problems.  the newer people. Follow a balanced diet 3 times a day. Never skip a meal and the foods you eat should be a supplement to the body’s immune system.

4. Engage In Physical Activities

There is no need for intense works out or fuller abs to be healthy. Instead, engage in activities at your own homes. There are plenty of activities which can be done at home itself, like cleaning, gardening, skipping, swimming and even walking.

Engage in any of these activities for about 20 to 30 minutes every day.  This gives a mental distraction from the normal routines of the day. It will relieve your stress and help in having a day with something to look forward to.

5. Be An Optimist

There is no use to be tense and nervous about anything in life. It can only worsen the mental and physical health of a person. Therefore it is important to have a positive attitude in life. This should be a habit that must be cultivated in everybody.

However, it is usual to have moments of breakdown and disappointments. But one should be able to pull it all together and smile at the end.

CONCLUSION

Diseases and health problems are very common in all human beings. However, a healthy lifestyle and an optimist approach to life is important. It can only guarantee the health and all roundness in an individual, says a doctor in a top hospital in India.

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