Here are some dangerous diseases commonly encountered in the daily living environment. You can refer to change your lifestyle and lifestyle in order to promptly prevent and deal with it.
When infected, the patient’s immune system declines very quickly. The disease has no cure, so in the immediate future, the best way is prevention; Live healthy, stay away from drugs. When you see “closed places” with strange signs, you must go to check. If HIV is suspected, get a blood test right away.
SARS is spread through the respiratory tract, because the virus spreads in the air. Currently, scientists are still working to find drugs and vaccines to prevent and cure diseases. During the epidemic season, avoid going to affected areas, wear a mask when in contact with patients, wash your hands after sneezing, clean your accommodation…
Like SARS, avian influenza H5N1 is currently a threat to many countries, especially Southeast Asia. According to the authorities, there have been no signs of the H5N1 virus being transmitted to humans. However, all infections have been linked to the direct slaughter and use of infected poultry. Therefore, everyone be careful!
Viral hepatitis is caused by many strains of viruses, but the most common is hepatitis A, B, and C. In which, hepatitis A is transmitted through the gastrointestinal tract. The viruses that cause hepatitis B and C are transmitted mainly through blood, sexual contact and from mother to child. Treatment of viral hepatitis is mainly by strengthening the body’s health and resistance through diet. In addition, hepatitis B vaccine can be given.
This is a latent disease, when it is diagnosed, the disease often has complications. It is caused by high blood sugar, decreased insulin secretion, or insulin not working properly. Currently, type 2 diabetes accounts for a relatively high rate. According to medical experts, if detected early, 20-40% of patients can be well treated with diet and exercise.
6. Heart disease
Since ancient times, cardiovascular diseases are still the leading cause of death. Among them, the most common are high blood pressure and coronary artery disease. Causes of cardiovascular diseases are due to eating too much salt, using a lot of animal fat, regularly drinking alcohol, smoking, and being inactive. Some other factors formed from lifestyle such as excessive stress, physical weakness also increase the risk of disease.
7. Breast cancer
Among cancer symptoms, breast cancer is the most common disease and the leading cause of death among women. If in the 1960s, 1 in 20 people were diagnosed with breast cancer, today, this number has decreased to 1 in 10 people. If detected early, breast cancer is 99% curable. Therefore, you should do self-exams, mammograms and regular breast exams to detect the disease early.
STDs are sexually transmitted diseases. Among them, the most dangerous is genital herpes. They have no obvious clinical symptoms, so when they appear, the chance of recurrence is up to 85%. There is now a cure, but the risk of recurrence persists for life.
The kidneys are responsible for excreting and eliminating toxins. When both kidneys fail to ensure the above function, it will lead to edema, heart failure, and high blood pressure. Patients with this disease often require hemodialysis. Kidney transplantation can prolong the patient’s life.
Jaundice is a common disease in infants, which can cause kidney failure or neurological complications, reducing the child’s intellectual development later on. Newborn screening test to detect G6PD gene and enzyme deficiencies early for prevention and timely treatment.
11. Lung cancer
This is one of the most common malignancies in men. The mortality rate is high due to the lack of early detection and diagnosis. Smoking is considered the leading cause of lung cancer. In addition, cooking in the house with coal also increases the risk of disease.
Obesity is the source of many diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, myocardial infarction, kidney stones, etc., causing serious decline in quality of life and life expectancy. To prevent obesity, regularly monitor your weight, keep your body at a normal level, eat only when really hungry.
Transmitted mainly by mosquitoes. Dengue fever is common in children between the ages of 4 and 8. However, adults can also get it. The disease usually appears cyclically, about every 3 to 5 years. To extinguish the epidemic, it is necessary to regularly clean the living environment and kill mosquitoes.
The disease often leaves serious sequelae and has a high mortality rate, which can become an epidemic, because the virus is transmitted mainly by Culex mosquitoes. To prevent the disease, when sleeping under a mosquito net, children need to be vaccinated.
The main symptoms are usually fever, lymphadenopathy, and joint pain. The disease can be dangerous for pregnant women in the first 3 months. Currently, there is no specific drug to treat Rubella, so prevention is still the best way. When in contact with sick people, it is necessary to take measures such as isolation, wearing a mask…