Disease

Disease and Treatment

High blood pressure, heart disease problems, diabetes, joint pain, kidney infection, cancer, tuberculosis (TB) and eye problems are some of the diseases that often bother senior citizens.

These diseases require proper and long-term treatment. There are many treatments for the treatment of senior citizens, from allopathic to naturopathy.

In this section, we will provide you information about common health problems to senior citizens, their prevention tips and medical centers. If you are old then you must undergo regular medical check up to prevent the onset of any such disease.

Once a disease occurs, it takes a long time to become healthy. This leads to unnecessary expenses and stress. Hence it is said that abstinence is the best treatment.

If you are not satisfied with the diagnosis of a doctor, then it is always good to seek the opinion of another or third doctor. Avoid fake or dishonest doctors who misquote the opinion of other doctors in the circle of making money.

Government hospitals are guaranteed correct diagnosis and cost less than those in private hospitals. Before taking any step, whether it is about eating medicines or taking food, be sure to consult your doctor.

  • Preventive Measures
  • Take the prescribed amount of calcium and vitamin D daily.
  • Exercise weights regularly.
  • Avoid smoking and excessive consumption of alcohol.
  • Get the density of your bones checked to find out the position of your bones.
  • Some Special Care Center
  • Shailabai Hospital, Ahmedabad
  • Sancheti Institute, Pune
  • Giants India
  • Samvedna Pen Hospital
  • Sir Ganga Ram Hospital
  • mental illnesses

Senior citizens are at risk of many mental illnesses. Of these, the risk of depression (sadness) is highest. The symptoms of this disease are as follows:

  • Do not be interested in the things you were happy to do.
  • Sadness or crying without reason, disturbance or annoyance.
  • Weak memory, inability to focus on any one thing, confusion or situation.
  • The idea of ​​death or suicide.
  • Changes in eating and drinking habits.
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