Rapid and unplanned urbanization, the globalization of unhealthy lifestyles or the aging of the population favor the emergence of chronic noncommunicable diseases (NCDs). Unhealthy diets, tobacco consumption, physical inactivity, the harmful use of alcohol can manifest themselves in the form of high blood pressure, increased blood glucose and lipids, and obesity; "Metabolic risk factors" that can lead to cardiovascular diseases, increasing the risk of dyingn.
Each year die by ECNT 15 million people between 30 and 69 years of age, more than 85% of these "premature" deaths occur in low and middle income countries.
Cardiovascular diseases account for the majority of deaths from NCDs (17.9 million each year), followed by cancer (9.0 million), respiratory diseases (3.9 million) and diabetes (1.6 million).
The majority of NCDs are preventable. To address the causes of these diseases and to be successful in prevention, a great emphasis must be placed on the aspects of personalized trials of Lifestyle Medicine. Screening, screening and treatment, as well as palliative care, are fundamental components of the response to NCDs. We will make an accurate diagnosis to provide the best personalized treatment.