Internal Medicine and Adult disease

In older adults, age comes an ever-greater concern for one’s health. In spite of older adults enjoying the longer and the more fulfilling life spans, they remain at a greater risk of contracting disease due to a number of factors. These factors include a weakened immune system, decrease in the overall activity and use of the medications that impact body’s immune system response. Disease prevention should be at the forefront of any healthcare strategy for older adults, with the ultimate goal of postponing dependency for as long as possible.

Older adults can prevent most diseases through a healthy lifestyle, including diet, exercise and lack of risky activity.

Early detection of certain diseases lowers the possibility of mortality while increasing the success rates of treatment and care. Comprehensive geriatric assessment may be necessary for those already coping with certain diseases.

Preventative measures usually include changes in one’s lifestyle, from increased exercise to quit smoking and alcohol consumption. Early detection, and prompt treatment of age-related diseases.

  • Nutrition in Adults
  • Sleep and Medical Health Conditions
  • Alcohol Consumption
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Regular Health Check Up
  • Physical Activity or Regular Exercise

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