Intervention to Life Cycle 1 Chronic Illnesses
Radames Rodriguez Rosario M00304263 Interamerican University Intervention to Life Cycle
Intervention to Life Cycle 2 Chronic Illnesses Even though chronic conditions vary in severities, anyone from a teenager to the elderly can be healthy and competent if they do the proper treatment for their conditions. Not every treatment will be affective to every client but as nurses, we must try to maximize the development of improvement in the health and wellness of someone with a chronic condition. Health is a state of complete physical,
mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. The general condition of the body or mind with references to soundness and vigor, freedom from disease or ailment. The meaning or definition of health is widely criticized, the absoluteness of the word "complete" in relation to wellbeing is the first problem, and the requirement for complete health would leave most people unhealthy most of the time. The words illness and Disease are also often times confused it is important to recognize their differences; Disease is an objectively measurable pathological condition of the body for example tooth’s decay, or a broken bone. Illness is a feeling of not being normal and healthy. Illness may in fact be due to a disease. However, it may also be due to feeling a psychological or spiritual imbalance. By definition, perceptions of illness are highly culture related while disease is usually not. Physical Illness are conditions of the body or mind that cause pain, dysfunction, or distress to the person afflicted for example injuries, disabilities, syndromes, or infections. Mental Illness is emotional instability, behavioral deregulation, or cognitive dysfunction or impairment for example major depression, general anxiety disorder, schizophrenia, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. A disorder is a lack of order, an irregularity, or disturbance in physical...
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