Chronic disease is one that lasts for more than 3 months. This can be difficult to manage since it does not go away and you have no control over when the next attack might come out. It’s important, however, with proper management of your pain levels through exercise or taking medications prescribed by a doctor as needed-you may find relief from some symptoms.
Chronic diseases are the leading causes of death and disability in America. They also drive our $3 trillion annual healthcare bill, with heart disease being a major problem that kills nearly 700 people every day across all 50 states.
Maintaining good health has never been more important than now-a times when chronic conditions have become prevalent at an alarming rate throughout society. It’s clear we need new strategies for tackling this growing public safety crisis so lives can be saved quickly without having any lasting effects on quality life afterward—or worse yet–interrupting someone’s livelihood before it begins.
The term chronic can be applied when the course of a disease lasts for more than three months. Often, people with chronic conditions have symptoms that come and go in varying degrees over time due to factors such as stress or age changes but their health is affected nonetheless because these disorders are so long-lasting – they don’t just stay gone forever! Some common examples include arthritis (which may cause inflammation), asthma (again caused by an inflammatory response) cancer COPD diabetes & viral diseases like hepatitis C/HIV AIDS.
Chronic illnesses are usually characterized by complex causes that have many risk factors including genetic makeup, environmental exposures, and unknown variables; long latency periods (time between the onset of illness to feeling its effects) – functional impairment, or disability. Chronic medical conditions do not heal themselves completely but need intensive management over an individual’s lifetime because they can be immediately life-threatening such as heart disease or stroke while others may linger without progress towards healing like arthritis which however does not always lead directly to death due either lack sufficient symptoms present.
A short, but dangerous list of behaviors is the root cause for many chronic diseases. These include Tobacco use and exposure to secondhand smoke; Poor nutrition including diets low in fruits vegetables or high on saturated fats (which can lead people to heart disease), lack of physical activity as well excessive alcohol consumption.
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