5 deadliest diseases of the world

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5 deadliest diseases of the world
Ischemic heart disease (7.2 million died each year)
This disease is more common in man specially those who have close relatives with ischemic heart disease. It reduces blood supply to heart muscle. The risk increase with age, smoking, hypercholesterolemia (high cholesterol levels), diabetes, hypertension. Common symptoms of ischemic heart disease are Angina pectoris (chest pain), acute chest pain, and heart failure. ECG/EKG, X-ray and blood test are used to diagnose. This disease can be prevented by control of cholesterol levels, smoking and high blood pressure.
Cerebrovascular disease (5.5 million died each year)
The term ‘Cerebrovascular Disease’ is used to describe cognitive problems that are associated with problems in the circulation of the blood to the brain (cerebrovascular disease).  The term ‘Multi Infarct Dementia’ is sometimes used to refer to this condition. Having a Cerebrovascular disease increases your risk of having a stroke, which occurs when there is a sudden blockage, or rupture, of a blood vessel within the brain. dizziness, nausea, vomiting, severe headaches, head pressure, numbness within the limbs, slurred speech, vision loss, loss of coordination and the ability to walk. Are the symptoms of cerebrovascular.
Respiratory tract infection (3.9 million died each year)
3.9 million People died every year due to low respiratory infection. Respiratory tract term is used to describe all the parts of the body that are involved in helping a person to breathe. Which are further divided into two categories; upper respiratory tract consist of nose, sinuses, mouth, throat, pharynx, larynx while the common upper respiratory infections are common cold, sore throat, tonsillitis, sinusitis and laryngitis. Lower respiratory tract consist of trachea, bronchi, bronchioles and alveoli. Bronchitis and pneumonia are main infections of lower respiratory tract infection.
HIV/AIDS (2.8 million people died each year)
AIDS stand for Acquired immune deficiency syndrome. It is a disease of human immune system caused by a virus called HIV or human immunodeficiency virus. Researchers claimed that HIV originated from west-central Africa that kills 2.8 million people each year while approximately 33-40 million people world wide are infected by HIV.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (2.7 million people died each year)
COPD or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is mostly cause by gas or tobacco smoking. In which airways become narrow that leads to limitation of the flow of air to and from the lungs causing shortness of breath. Lung function test is recommended to diagnose CODP. In order to slow down the progress of CODP one should reducing use of Tobacco. Other treatments are vaccinations, rehabilitation, and drug therapy

Ischemic heart disease (7.2 million die every year)

Ischemic_heart

This disease is more common in man specially those who have close relatives with ischemic heart disease. It reduces blood supply to heart muscle. The risk increase with age, smoking, hypercholesterolemia (high cholesterol levels), diabetes, hypertension. Common symptoms of ischemic heart disease are Angina pectoris (chest pain), acute chest pain, and heart failure. ECG/EKG, X-ray and blood test are used to diagnose. This disease can be prevented by control of cholesterol levels, smoking and high blood pressure.

Cerebrovascular disease (5.5 million die every year)

Cerebrovascular_disease

The term ‘Cerebrovascular Disease’ is used to describe cognitive problems that are associated with problems in the circulation of the blood to the brain (cerebrovascular disease).  The term ‘Multi Infarct Dementia’ is sometimes used to refer to this condition. Having a Cerebrovascular disease increases your risk of having a stroke, which occurs when there is a sudden blockage, or rupture, of a blood vessel within the brain. dizziness, nausea, vomiting, severe headaches, head pressure, numbness within the limbs, slurred speech, vision loss, loss of coordination and the ability to walk. Are the symptoms of cerebrovascular.

Respiratory tract infection (3.9 million die every year)

Respiratory_tract_nfection

3.9 million People die every year due to low respiratory infection. Respiratory tract term is used to describe all the parts of the body that are involved in helping a person to breathe. Which are further divided into two categories; upper respiratory tract consist of nose, sinuses, mouth, throat, pharynx, larynx while the common upper respiratory infections are common cold, sore throat, tonsillitis, sinusitis and laryngitis. Lower respiratory tract consist of trachea, bronchi, bronchioles and alveoli. Bronchitis and pneumonia are main infections of lower respiratory tract infection.

HIV/AIDS (2.8 million people die every year)

hiv_aids

AIDS stand for Acquired immune deficiency syndrome. It is a disease of human immune system caused by a virus called HIV or human immunodeficiency virus. Researchers claimed that HIV originated from west-central Africa that kills 2.8 million people each year while approximately 33-40 million people world wide are infected by HIV.

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (2.7 million people die every year)

Chronic_obstructive_pulmona

COPD or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is mostly cause by gas or tobacco smoking. In which airways become narrow that leads to limitation of the flow of air to and from the lungs causing shortness of breath. Lung function test is recommended to diagnose CODP. In order to slow down the progress of CODP one should reducing use of Tobacco. Other treatments are vaccinations, rehabilitation, and drug therapy.

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  1. Bekka says:

    This is a very impressive and informative site, a pleasure to read through. The variety and diversity of topics is wonderful, keep up the nice work.

  2. Naveed says:

    good information.
    Here is what i was reading before comming to this site.
    http://www.bukisa.com/articles/135649_top-10-deadliest-diseases-of-all-times

  3. Shaiff says:

    a lot of people would rank heart attack as number one cause of death.

  4. Shaiff says:

    a lot of people would rank heart attack as number one cause of death.

  5. I have not much time, but I've got many useful things here, love it!

  6. I have not much time, but I've got many useful things here, love it!

  7. Bronchitis is a respiratory condition which affects the bronchial
    tubes, the two pipes which leads to the lungs. These tubes are often
    inflamed when the infection occurs. The cause of the infection came
    from various factors such as smoking, viral and bacterial infections

  8. HI,

    Its really true guys about that these diseases are really  deadliest diseases of the world.

    Thanks

  9. Shilajit says:

    Its true that mostly every year many guys dies from the brain diseases,as shown here in the post too….This is because brain problems are very difficult to remove….This post really did a great work by listing the top 5 diseases,a human can have…

  10. HIV Symptoms says:

    Hi guys, 

    Thanks guys for sharing the 5 deadliest diseases of the world. These are really very dangerous diseases.

  11. Those are the common disease which kills people. Pulmonary is the common disease which kills men.

  12. bimbom says:

    What about Anthrax?

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