For examples, for elderly patients, primary care doctors can warn them about the importance of exercising regularly and controlling diets, so as to prevent progression of cardiovascular diseases and diabetes. By altering life style, patients’ risk of suffering from chronic illnesses will be reduced, this can lower the burden of public hospitals in handling with chronic illnesses. Primary care doctors have the ability to analyze and decide whether the patients require a referral to specialists. Instead of referring the patients that are hard to handle immediately, primary care doctors should treat the patients with their utmost effort if they have the ability to treat the patients. Some doctors are not fulfilling their own roles nowadays, they are not treating patients if they found the conditions are complicated and take long time of following up, they will rather referring to specialists than treating it themselves, this will increase the burden on the specialists service.
Chapter One Introduction The Urolithiasis is an increasing illness due to the modification in nutritional behavior and in the general life style. Urolithiasis is identify by the repeated clinical symptom and probable produce of organic injure of the renal and of the urinary system in addition to the possible raise in systemic blood pressure. furthermore, numerous require for medical cure and persistent urological management lead to adverse effects of these procedures . though, previously recognized they can be treated more specifically having an effect on the stone's formation development. Because of that, avoidance of another stone in person, and in particular cysabtable, may be clinically essential (Menditto et.
Therefore, manufacturers and service providers are feeling the pressure from regulatory bodies to find alternatives. This effort is under way to protect patients, healthcare workers, food handlers and consumers from products that contain NRL. Some people know they have an allergy to NRL and take measures to prevent exposure, but others only find out after a reaction. The best approach to protect people from exposure is to avoid the use of NRL products in the first place. Another disadvantage of NRL is that it readily oxidizes and discolors at relatively low temperatures.
Choice of Dietary Intake Influences Asthma in Child Asthma Patient Quality of Life Different kind of food has both benefits and negative effects for human body. Therefore, children who are not concerning about their eating habits are more likely to consume unhealthy food to fulfil their physchological needs. Hence, it is important to develop understanding that choice of food play a role in human health. According to three case studies ‘Fast foods – are they a risk factor of asthma’ by Dr K. Wickens, Barry, Friezema, Rhodius, Bone, Purdie, and Crane from Wellington Asthma Research Group and Wellington School of Medicine and Health Sciences in 2005, ‘Fast food consumption counters the protective effect of breastfeeding on asthma in children?’
This put your metabolism under stress that can damage the ability of the pancreas to produce the insulin. 4. Fast food causes obesity that is linked to several long term health conditions and definitely raise the risks of heart disease. The more weight you put on, the higher your risk of suffering from sudden cardiac arrest. 5.
Over consumption of alcohol can also lead to a variety of bodily cancers like; mouth cancer, liver cancer, breast cancer, throat cancer, and also Esophagus. Another problem that has widely affected a large number of people would be alcohol addiction. Alcohol addiction is pretty much explanatory, it is when a dependency or need for alcohol is felt by user. This can have a bad effect as it can lead to heavy mood swings, split personalities and somewhat harsh withdrawal symptoms. The over consumption of alcohol carries a large toll on the body, affecting certain areas explained before like the heart, liver, brain and so forth.
Lifestyle Lifestyle can include various factors; however I have chosen to focus on nutrition, smoking and substance use. Nutrition: Nutrition can affect our health and wellbeing greatly for example overeating foods that are unhealthy and high in fat content can increase the risks of type 2 diabetes and being overweight can bring many other serious health problems such as; • Coronary heart disease • Hypertension • Depression • Cancers • High blood pressure • Strokes http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/Obesity/Pages/Introduction.aspx However while being overweight and overeating is one of the main causes of illness and disease and one of the biggest lifestyle factors to affect our health, being underweight and under eating is also a cause for ill health and disease. One example of the effects of bad nutrition on health and wellbeing is obesity, people may find themselves becoming obese or overweight/ unhealthy because they feel they cannot afford to buy healthy foods regularly so they stick to buying cheap processed food, some people may buy more junk food because it is just easier than preparing a
Physical factors include hormonal balance of an individual, genetic disorder and immune system. Every individual has different physical characteristics that impact his health and wellbeing. Having high cholesterol or blood pressure is usually genetic. Psychological factors are a person’s habits and way of thinking. Some are usually more stressed or have behavior like smoking, alcohol or unsafe sex activities that impact individual’s health and wellbeing.
The environmental impact of agriculture involves a variety of factors from the soil, to water, the air, animal and soil diversity, people, plants, and the food itself. The only solution to solve the environmental problems is to be environmentally friendly. You should know from where to begin with becoming more environmentally friendly .people should be more aware of what they are causing of harm to our environment; they should start making some differences and some changing. Being environmentally friendly simply means having a lifestyle that is better for the environment. To be more peaceful and have a healthy life it is necessary to have a clean environment.
Living in an unhealthy environment can have physiological, cognitive, emotional, and developmental effects to our well-being. It is therefore important to assure that every human in this planet lives in an environment that is conducive for a healthy development. Many studies have proven that nature and a pleasing environment has restorative and good health effects. Mayer et al. said that there is an increasing concern that as we become disconnected to nature and experience it artificially, for example, through technology, we might as well experience decrease in overall well-being (as cited in Davis, Le, and Coy, 2011, p.