Are you feeling lazy all day?
Do you always feel sleepy?
Do have a Digestive / Constipation / Acid Issues? Do you think it swells up after eating?
Do you have shoulder, neck, or back pain?
Do you always want sweet and savory food even if you are not hungry?
If you answer yes to one of the questions, you are likely to have a lifestyle disorder. This is a sign your body gives you when you are in a difficult situation, and continually ignoring these signs can open the door to other health complications that can lead to complete dilation, such as diabetes, arthritis, immune problems, and disability.
This is an example. The best thing about this disorder is that it is entirely preventable and reversible. Distribution of lifestyles, diseases, or disorders related to the lifestyle of people. Do you feel sluggish throughout the day?
The best part about these disorders is that they are entirely preventable and reversible.
LIFESTYLE DISORDERS, a disease or disorder associated with the way people live their lives.
Habits that detract people from the track of a healthy lifestyle are to be blamed.
Also, inadequate diet and lifestyle changes are the main culprits that cause these disorders.
Non-communicable diseases like coronary heart diseases, hypertension, anemia, dyslipidemia, diabetes mellitus, obesity, and some mental disorders are classified as lifestyle disorders.
The activities that reduce the likelihood of the disease are preventive measures.
If you alter your lifestyle to healthy habits before the occurrence of the disease, it’ll prevent disease occurrence.
Prevention can be done in many ways:
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Diseases that stem from unhealthy lifestyle habits are often called lifestyle diseases.
Eg. Obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, psychological disorders, fatigue, etc.
It’s a bad mental stereotype. Used as a way to dismiss or discriminate against a large number of ill people and sometimes even to refuse to grant them full insurance coverage in the US.
In definition? A disease from an illness or injury caused by an unhealthy or risky lifestyle. People lump a lot of conditions under this umbrella. Especially ailments suffered commonly by the poor. It’s often misused by the media or by those with an ax to grind, to condemn, discriminate against, or belittle someone who does not deserve it.
For instance, let’s say juvenile diabetes runs in your family. Someone hears you have diabetes and says, “Oh, it’s because you live an unhealthy lifestyle.” While in all reality, it’s genetic, and your lifestyle had absolutely nothing to do with it. Or let’s say you get diabetes due to a life-threatening injury or illness. Also quite possible and happens more often than you think. Again people will blanket discriminate against the person with diabetes while having no idea they might be living the most healthy lifestyle in the world, but have no control over outside forces that caused their diabetes. Some women, for instance, will develop diabetes while pregnant. It’s a thing; they can’t help it. It usually clears once the pregnancy ends but, not always.
Same with back injuries, if you’re in a bad fall, a car accident or many other ways you can get a back injury it’s NOT a lifestyle disease but, some insurances and many nonback pain sufferers will shrug off the damage as if it didn’t ‘count’ because it’s been labeled a lifestyle disease.
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