(What are Lifestyle diseases) : Lifestyle diseases are one of the biggest problems that the world is facing today. In the rush of life, we forget many things. There are unhealthy changes in lifestyle and eating habits. The new generation does not get time to pay attention to such things. Children are addicted to diseases at an early age. Many of the diseases seen today are the contributions of the modern era. These types of diseases are the result of changes in lifestyles. These diseases are named as lifestyle diseases.  If lifestyle diseases are to be controlled, medical knowledge and awareness must be given to everyone.The World Health Organization has warned many times about this and let us discuss its main causes and remedies in detail.



Four individual behaviors that can contribute to the development of chronic diseases (lifestyle diseases) are lack of physical activity, unhealthy diet, smoking and excessive alcohol consumption.  Foods that we commonly consume such as meat, dairy products, milk, coconut oil, ghee, eggs, and junk foods, which have become popular with young people and children today, are also sources of fat. Fat is the most dangerous in our present day diet.  Fat is also essential for good health and for the growth and proper functioning of the brain, nerves and major organs.


.Heart attack.

. Cancer.

. Stroke.

. Diabetes.

. Obesity.

. Cholesterol.. Stress


Some of the major contributing factors to lifestyle diseases, include poor diet, lack of exercise, poor posture, and disruption of the body clock.The severity of this problem is exacerbated by the fact that 25% of heart attacks occur in people under 40 years of age. A heart attack occurs when blood flow is completely blocked by an atherosclerotic plaque in a coronary artery or its branches.


The most common symptom of a heart attack is severe chest pain.The heart is severely damaged within the first two hours of a heart attack, so focusing on early symptoms can be life-saving. You can get help sooner if you’re having a heart attack. Mild chest pain or discomfort continues. Shoulder pain in the neck or jaw, cold sweat in the neck or jaw.

Coronary Artery Blockage . 

There are two types of coronary artery blockage. When a coronary artery becomes blocked, its contents narrow and become blocked, causing heart disease. In the absence of blood supply to the heart muscle.

Incomplete Obstruction ( Angina). 

Angina occurs, when there is an incomplete obstruction in the coronary arteries and occurs in certain situations, The heart muscle has to pump blood harder to deliver more blood to the mo in muscles, but a blockage in the coronary arteries causes the heart muscles to not get enough blood, This causes chest pain and shortness of breath. This condition is called Angina.

Complete Obstructive.( Heart Attack ).

A heart attack occurs when there is a complete blockage of blood flow to a major coronary artery or its branches. When the blood flow is completely stopped, the blood-deprived myocytes become dead one by one and gradually die.

Key Factors:

. Smoking

. High blood pressure

. High cholesterol levels.

. Diabetes to control

. obesity

. A lazy lifestyle without exercise.

. Psychological stress.

First aid for heart patients.

The patient should be transported to a hospital with an intensive care unit assoon as possible. The patient needs complete rest. If the nervous system seems to be out of control, artificial respiration should be given. Press firmly and quickly on the center of the patient’s chest at a fairly high rate. (approximately 100-120 per minute).


. Increase your physical activity and excercise.

. Get enough sleep ( 6_8 hours every day).

. Replace junk food with healthy snacks.

. Relaxation.

. Avoid tobacco.

. Limit alcohol and avoid drugs.

. Eat healthy diet.

. Reduce Blood sugar and control cholesterol.

. Enjoy every moment of your life. A smile is happiness that can be found right under your nose.” “Color is the smile of nature.” “Let us always greet each other with a smile, because a smile is the beginning of love.


Maintain healthy relationships with others, respect elders, and eat healthy and regularly. A healthy lifestyle is important for building a healthy immune system and preventing disease. Health is the greatest wealth of a person throughout life. You can live without extra money, but you can’t live without health. Money cannot buy health, but it can be taken care of and, if necessary, treated. If a person is not healthy, he cannot fully enjoy life. Health will make you rich and happy.

People also ask.

Ques– 1. How can we prevent lifestyle diseases.?

To lead a healthy lifestyle, you need to eat right and exercise every day. Sleep 6-8 hours every day. Smoking and drinking alcohol should be avoided.

Ques 2. Main 3 causes of lifestyle diseases.?


Unhealthy diet, and

Physical inactivity. 

Ques 3. A healthy lifestyle is important.Why?.

According to the WHO, a healthy lifestyle helps you enjoy life more. A lifestyle that reduces the risk of serious illness or premature death. Health is not just the prevention of illness or disease.

Ques 4. Which cholesterol is better, LDL or HDL?

In general, HDL is considered “good” cholesterol and LDL is considered “bad” cholesterol. This is because HDL transports cholesterol to the liver so it can be removed from the blood before it builds up in the arteries. LDL, on the other hand, delivers cholesterol directly to the arteries.

Ques 5. Excercise is very important in our daily life why?.

Physical activity can improve brain health, control weight, reduce disease risk, strengthen bones and muscles, and improve the ability to perform daily activities

Ques 6. What is the first aid for heart attack?

If you think someone is having a heart attack: Ask the person to sit down, rest and remain calm. Loosen tight clothing.The patient should be transported to a hospital with an intensive care unit as soon as possible. The patient needs complete rest. If the nervous system seems to be out of control, artificial respiration should be given.

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