Relevant Medical Conditions
Alzheimer’s Disease (AD)
Cognitive therapies, medications to control some symptoms, and professional supervision may make things easier for such patients.
Cardiovascular Disorder (CVD)
Arrythmias, coronary artery diseases (CAD), pulmonary embolism, heart failure, etc, the list goes on. High BP is a major risk factor to cardiovascular disorders.
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
This term is used to club together symptoms related to cognitive impairments that may compromise a person’s social and occupational functioning capability. Signs of Dementia can be memory loss, difficulty in performing daily activities, orientation problems, deteriorated ability to think, calculate, behave in ways normal for the individual.
Early diagnosis and timely assistance from professionals can help a patient function better.
Alzheimer’s Disease is a major contributor to dementia.
However, type 1 and type 2 diabetes result from either low production of insulin from the pancreas or body’s diminished capability to respond to the insulin (insulin resistance eventually developing into type 2 Diabetes). No matter the cause, blood sugar levels shoot up. Medication or insulin administration, monitoring blood sugar levels, weight loss through diet and exercise are the best ways of diabetes management, as there is no cure.