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Bad lifestyle lowers the quality of healthcare. Not only increases the
risk of certain diseases, but also makes the body vulnerable to disease
so easily at an early age.

A number of diseases that primarily affects a person in the elderly,
young people began to descend. "This is because many young people think a
healthy tomorrow, so it tends to apply a bad lifestyle," said Dr. Georges
Benjamin, executive director of the American Public Health Association.

Here are some diseases that began to threaten the community at an early
age, as quoted by Fox News.

Stroke
Typical age: 65 years and over
Began to threaten: 20s and 30s

Stroke is associated with numerous risk factors such as high blood
pressure, diabetes, obesity and high cholesterol. The one way is to
improve the lifestyle to set a healthy diet and regular exercise.

Dr Shazam Hussain, head of the Cleveland Clinic Stroke Program,
recommends not smoking, reducing salt, trans fat intake, eat fish twice a
week, and exercise. "Walking 30 minutes a day is a good effect," he said.

Diabetes Type 2
Typical age: 40's and 50's year
Began to threaten: the children

Make the best of food intake as a drug. "Diet and lifestyle play an
important role in increasing the number of young people with type 2
diabetes," said Dr. Michelle F. Magee, director of the MedStar Diabetes
Institute.

The majority of those who terdiagnosisi overweight, especially with the
concentration of fat around the waist. Therefore, be sure to avoid foods
with high glycemic load, and low in fiber. Also avoid foods berpengawet.

Osteoporosis
Typical age: 65 years and over
Began to threaten: 50s age

"It is important to bone health as early as possible with a supplement of
vitamin D and calcium intake. Do not wait!" said Dr. Kathryn Diemer,
clinical director of the bone health program Washington University School
of Medicine.

Perform regular exercise that helps build muscle and strengthen bones
such as jogging, walking or climbing stairs. Improve your lifestyle too.
"Smoking, alcohol and soft drinks actually toxic to the bone," said
Diemer.

Breast Cancer
Typical age: 45 years and over
Began to threaten: teen

Dr. Ann Partridge, director of the program young women with breast cancer
at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, said that regular exercise,
maintaining ideal body weight, and limiting alcohol intake to help reduce
the risk of this disease.

Alzheimer's
Typical age: 65 years and over
Began to threaten: since the 40's year

Dr. Gustavo Alva from the American   Board of Psychiatry, says that we can
train your body and mind to reduce   the risk of experiencing these
problems at an early age. Activate   the brain that is rarely used.
Learning a new language or playing   a musical instrument quite helpful
against cognitive decline.

"Keeping cholesterol levels, blood pressure, and physical fitness are
also important because of what is good for the heart is also good for the
brain," Alva said.

Melanoma
Typical age: 50s and over
Began to threaten: teens and early 20s before

In the report the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, a
number of medical experts warn teenagers and adults to not do the tanning
without the knowledge of good. Tanning procedure can increase three-fold
risk of having this disease.

In addition, it is important to always use sunscreen, especially if
traveling outside the home. "As much as possible to reduce the intensity
of being in the sun between 10 am until the afternoon," said Dr. Thomas S
Kupper, professor of dermatology at Harvard Medical School.

				
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