Life Style Modifications in Patients of Chronic Respiratory Diseases Why, When, and How
Sumer Sanjiv Choudhary*
Professor & Head Datta Meghe Medical College, SMHRC Nagpur
*Corresponding Author: Sumer Sanjiv Choudhary, Professor & Head Datta Meghe Medical College, SMHRC Nagpur.
Published: September 02, 2023
One of the top four major chronic human diseases, according to the WHO, is chronic respiratory disease. These illnesses have significant negative economic effects as well as social and gender inequities within and between nations. The most common illnesses include chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), lung cancer, tuberculosis (TB), lung infections, asthma, and interstitial lung disorders, listed in decreasing order of prevalence. The severity of these complex diseases worsens with age, usually through more frequent and severe exacerbations, which commonly start in infancy and last the entirety of the patient's life. The prevention of disease, early detection of disease, and treatment of disease are priority for public health.