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Acute and Chronic Disease Reports

Acute and Chronic Disease Reports
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Chronic Diseases

Chronic disease is a disease that persists over a long period of time. Chronic diseases can hamper disability with people of independence and health, as they can create additional activity limitations. People with chronic illnesses often think they are free from any symptoms they have. However, the symptoms of absence do not mean that chronic disease has disappeared.

Chronic diseases tend to become more common with age. The main chronic diseases are arthritis, cardiov cardiovascular disease ascular diseases such as heart attacks and strokes, cancer such as breast and colon cancer, diabetes, obesity  and seizures, obesity and heart disease. oral health. Chronic diseases are caused by second-hand smoke such as smoking and exposure. Poor nutrition, including foods low in fruits and vegetables and high in sodium and saturated fat. Lack of physical activity. Excessive consumption of alcohol.

The treatment of chronic illness comes in many forms, including surgery, physical therapy,  psychotherapy and radiation therapy. However, one of the most common forms of treatment is the use of medication. Chronic disease is a condition that you can control for months with treatment. Asthma, diabetes, and depression are common examples. Often they have no cure, but you can live with them and manage their symptoms.

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