Advancements in technology, industrialization brought a lot of change in the life style of a person globally over the years, trigged with many life style disorders in the present and upcoming generations which have become a very common the human civilization. They are diabetes, hypertension, asthma, heart diseases, depression, obesity etc. diet and life style are the major factors for this type of diseases.
Smoking, chewing tobacco, consuming alcohol and lack of regular physical activity in the people accelerates the incidences of life style related diseases. They are very different from other diseases as they are preventable and percentage of incidences can be lowered by changes in diet, life style and maintaining good relationship with the surrounding environment.
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Last date updated on June, 2014