Non Communicable Diseases

These noncommunicable diseases are becoming more prevalent over the world as a result of poor diet and excessive alcohol consumption. This will not spread from the affected person to others, but it is the direct outcome of lifestyle and environmental variables. This comprises a variety of disorders such as chronic lung disease, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer. We can prevent noncommunicable illnesses by reducing harmful alcohol use, cigarette use, salt intake, and physical activity prevalence. Noncommunicable device risk factors include high blood pressure, a poor diet, inactivity, overweight, and obesity.

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