Disease Prevention

Disease prevention may be a procedure through which individuals, particularly those with risk factors for a disease, are treated so as to stop a disease from occurring. Treatment normally begins before with signs and symptoms of the disease occur, or shortly thereafter. Chronic diseases —including heart condition , stroke, diabetes, and cancer— account for a few of the foremost common health problems, consistent with statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Yet many of those chronic diseases are preventable, as they’re linked to poor diet and lifestyle choices including tobacco use, excessive alcohol consumption, and inadequate physical activity. During the times of illness, people often seek special foods or vitamin supplements that are believed to spice up immunity. vitamin C and foods like citrus fruits, soup , and tea with honey are popular examples. Yet the planning of our system is complex and influenced by a perfect balance of the many factors, not just diet, and particularly not by anybody specific food or nutrient. However, a diet consisting of a variety of vitamins and minerals, combined with healthy lifestyle factors like adequate sleep and exercise and low stress, most effectively primes the body to fight infection and disease.

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