Non-communicable diseases are now the leading cause of death around the world, with developing countries hit hardest, according to a new report from the World Health Organisation (WHO).
WHO says the rise in "lifestyle" diseases can be blamed on tobacco use, poor diet and the harmful use of alcohol, and warns public policies are needed to prevent them.
Dr Ala Alwan, the organisation's director-general for non-communicable diseases, says lifestyle diseases are responsible for 63 per cent of global deaths based on WHO's estimates for 2008.
Dr Alwan 80 says per cent of deaths due to non-communicable diseases are actually taking place in low and middle-income countries.
He says premature death is an issue of major concern.
"What is of concern is the fact that 9 million of the 36 million people who die every year because of non-communicable diseases die before the age of 60 years," he said.
"Premature death and premature illness, disability at a young age has an impact on socioeconomic development. It reduces productivity. It also reduces household income in addition to the enormous negative, enormously negative health impact of non-communicable diseases."
Hii ni aibu sana, katika karne hii ya 21 watu wengi kufa kwa maradhi yatokanayo na MITINDO YA MAISHA! haya kwa hakika ni magonjwa ya kujitakia, kwa kwa kubadili mtindo wa maisha twaweza kuepukana na magonjwa haya, kwa ama kubadili namna ya ulaji wetu, ama kubadili mazingira na zaidi Mtindo wa Maisha kwa kuwa na ratiba za mazoezi.
Magonjwa kama haya, Alzheimer's disease, atherosclerosis, asthma, cancer, chronic liver disease or cirrhosis, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, metabolic syndrome, Crohn's disease nephritis or chronic renal failure, osteoporosis, stroke, depression and obesity, yote yanaweza epukika kwa kubadili mtindo wa maisha.
People suffering from Lifestyle Disease can use Natural Health as a form of complementary medicine can be used along side conventional medicine to treat and manage your chronic health problems.
High cholesterol levels, for example, can often be treated with nutritional supplements and vitamins, along with eating a healthy diet, and engaging in regular exercise; with the expectation that you will be able to eventually stop taking your physician prescribed pharmaceuticals.
Bahati njema kwa sasa vipo VIRUTUBISHO na Vitamins mbalimbali sambamba na dawa unazoweza kupewa hospitali ambavyo vyaweza kuwa msaada kupambana na maradhi haya ya "kujitajia".