Lifestyle Diseases

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Lifestyle Diseases

The way that we human beings live our lives can be very deadly to our health without realizing it. Lifestyle diseases are caused by the way we live our lives. A lifestyle disease is defined mainly as it being a disease that is associated with the way that a person or people live. They also increase and appear more frequently as countries become more industrialized.

There are many different lifestyle diseases. Some being obesity, depression, cancer, and asthma. Many people don’t think that the things they do can cause such things. Type 2 diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and heart disease can also be caused by the way one lives their life. Diseases can be caused by smoking and alcohol and drug abuse. Although many other reasons are the outcome of a lifestyle disease.

Lifestyle diseases can be prevented and lowered by changing ones diet, environment, lifestyle, and by supplementing with Vitamin D. These diseases are usually a result of an inappropriate relationship with people and their environment. They also can take years to develop but when they finally do it is not very easy to cure them.

Lifestyle diseases differ from other diseases because lifestyle diseases are a direct result of the lifestyle that someone lives. These diseases are preventable. Also, they aren’t caused by bacteria or a virus. But, simply ones lifestyle causes these diseases. Some of the major factors that contribute to the diseases are diet, exercise and genetics.

Many factors can contribute to the result of lifestyle diseases. Inappropriate relationships with people and their environment are the onset of these diseases. Once they are encountered they are not easy to cure. Diabetes, Cancer, and Heart Disease are common lifestyle diseases.

Diabetes is a disease that affects sugars used by the body. There are four main types of diabetes. There is Type 1, Type 2, Type 3, and also Type 4. Type 1 diabetes is also known as juvenile-onset...
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