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Vol. 11, Special Issue 6 (2022)

Clarification of non communicable diseases their types and risk factor and some preventive action to reduce the chronic diseases

Author(s):
Vijay Laxmi
Abstract:
The non communicable diseases are global health problem. Cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and pulmonary diseases are mostly recognizing as non communicable disease. Cardiovascular disease are the major causes of the death it contribute 17.9 million deaths and 31% of all global death. Cancer causes 9 million death and 7% of all global deaths, diabetes causes 1.6 million death and 3% of all global death, chronic respiratory disease responsible for 3.8 million and 7% of all global death. NCDs are the main cause of 73% of all global mortality and 8·3 million (20%) deaths are occurring due to another type of NCDs. The main risk factors of NCDs are smoking, alcohol consumption and lack of physical activity, unbalance blood pressure and dietary factors. In modern society people are changes their “nutrition transition” from traditional vegetable dietary pattern to unhealthy dietary intake, such as processed food, fast food, and fried food, is the decisive factor in the rapid growth of NCDs. The aim of the is study to identify different types of intervention strategies to tackle non communicable diseases and different type of government policies and program to decreased environmental and nutritional risk factor and adopt some preventive actions, which will require legislation and leadership policies to prevent NCDs.
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How to cite this article:
Vijay Laxmi. Clarification of non communicable diseases their types and risk factor and some preventive action to reduce the chronic diseases. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(6S): 1896-1907.

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