Chronic Diseases – Statistics
According to the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) 50% of the adult population in the United States suffers from at least one Chronic Disease.
Another 25% of the adult population suffers from at least two Chronic Diseases.
More than 38,000,000 deaths are attributed annually to W.H.O. In Chronic Diseases.
Chronic Diseases – What are they?
Chronic Diseases are called the diseases that last for 3 (three) or more months.
Chronic Diseases include all the Chronic Pathological Conditions of the human organism. Chronic Diseases are all the Chronic deviations of the organism, from its normal function. Chronic Diseases include syndromes, physical lesions, deficiencies, disabilities, and all those pathological conditions that eventually lead to illness and the decline of a person’s normal physical and mental abilities.
Chronic Diseases have been rising steadily in the recent decades across the globe. They now employ almost the entire population of the Earth.
They have been replaced as causes of death, epidemics, infections and lack of hygiene conditions of the past.
This development is the result of a change in lifestyle. Also, in the way that the modern man eats, as well as in an environment that is toxic polluted.
Patients who suffer from Chronic Diseases are forced into life, to be subjected to multiple medications. They have a fragile health condition everyday. They see their problems gradually multiplying while their quality of life is being reduced. They see that their health is constantly on a declining path.
The classic Medical approach is limited to treating Chronic Diseases at a symptom level. However, without being able to identify and handle the causes of the biochemical deflection and the result of the expression of the disease.