A report by the World Health Organization (WHO) claims that not only communicable diseases but also non-communicable diseases are a cause of serious health concern in India. Statistics show that 66% of deaths in India are caused by non-communicable diseases. Most of these diseases are related to lifestyle. The World Health Organization also says that these deaths are preventable provided the necessary lifestyle changes are made.
In fact, these non-communicable diseases include diabetes, heart diseases, serious respiratory diseases and cancer etc.
Non-communicable diseases increase the risk of other diseases
The WHO report, entitled ‘Invisible numbers’, provides an overview of the prevalence of NCDs in 194 countries. Then her report was published on September 21. The World Health Organization (WHO) also said in this report that all these diseases make a person vulnerable and cause comorbidities. Which is why other infectious diseases quickly affect the patient. This also increases the risk of death.
Know the rate of various diseases of Indians
The risk of premature death increases by 22%
Diabetes, heart disease, serious respiratory diseases and cancer are diseases that increase the risk of premature death by 22%. In other words, 22% of all people in India who are 30 or older die before the age of 70. Its global probability is 18%.
28% of people die from heart disease
Cardiovascular diseases are responsible for 28% of deaths in India. In which most people have the problem of high blood pressure and it becomes the reason for many heart diseases. At least 31% of all people aged 30-79 suffer from high blood pressure. But what is even more worrying is that 63% of people with heart disease go untreated and are therefore unaware of their condition.
12% of people die from chronic respiratory diseases
Chronic respiratory diseases are the second leading cause of death from non-communicable diseases, accounting for 12% of all deaths. The most common chronic respiratory diseases are asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). For every 100,000 people in India, 113 people die from CRD. It is the highest in the world.
10% of people die from cancer
About 10% of people die from cancer. The majority of deaths are caused by cervical cancer in women, while mouth and lung cancer in men.
Tobacco and poor diet increase the risk
Tobacco kills 80 million people. Of these, one million people die from passive smoking (victims of other people’s cigarette smoke). Every year 8 million people die because of bad food, undereating or overeating.
On the other hand, if we talk about diabetes, one in 28 people in India die from diabetes. Therefore, adjust your lifestyle, control obesity and avoid these diseases.