Non-communicable diseases, as the name implies, are those that are not contagious. However, this does not make them any less dangerous. NCDs are usually caused by the environment in which a person lives or works, or by a specific problem of their own. NCDs are now the largest cause of death worldwide. Alopah takes a closer look at what NCDs are.
What are the non-communicable diseases
1, hypertension, coronary heart disease, myocarditis, blood vessel blockage and other cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.
2, excessive obesity, anorexia, gout, iron deficiency anemia, diabetes, osteoporosis and other nutritional metabolic diseases.
3, malignant tumors, or cancer, such as stomach cancer, liver cancer, blood cancer, lymphoma, etc.
4、Melancholy, schizophrenia, psychological disorders, anxiety disorders, menopausal syndrome and other mental diseases.
5, periodontitis, mouth ulcers, tongue ulcers and other oral diseases.
Characteristics of non-communicable diseases
1, complex etiology, the onset of multiple behavioral factors related to.
2、Long incubation period, there is no clear time to get the disease.
3, the course of the disease is long, with the development of the disease, manifested as progressive functional impairment, serious damage to health.
3, It is difficult to cure completely and is irreversible.
Therefore, in the face of the increasing severity of NCDs, we need to do our best to prevent and treat them. Through the introduction of Alopah, what are the non-communicable diseases, I believe that we have a preliminary understanding. Most of these diseases are caused by smoking, alcoholism, lack of physical exercise, excessive mental stress, and irregular life. Therefore, for the sake of their health, Alopah calls on everyone to smoke less and drink less, to pay attention to physical exercise; when encountering excessive stress, learn to relieve it in a timely manner; pay attention to the regularity of life, early to bed and early to rise; not afraid of heat and cold, not sleep and stay up late; play less cell phones, read more books and newspapers. Non-communicable diseases are not invincible beasts, as long as everyone is living a healthy and regular life, non-communicable diseases will naturally stay away from us.