Reversing diseases

"When we eliminate bad habits and replace them with good habits, a new lifestyle is generated and this manifests itself in the first place with the reduction of medication consumption progressively until it is cured"

Noncommunicable diseases

Known as chronic diseases, they tend to be long-lasting and result from a combination of physiological, environmental, and behavioral factors.The main types of NCDs are cardiovascular diseases (such as heart attacks and strokes), cancer, chronic respiratory diseases (such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and asthma), and diabetes.
NCDs are more than 75% of hospital admissions and deaths in the world.

Communicable Diseases

Communicable diseases are those that are transferred from one human being to another or from one animal to man, either directly (by coughing or sneezing), or through vectors (living organisms such as insects)

Examples: HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, Covid, Dengue and the flu.

Communicable diseases disproportionately affect communities with limited resources and are linked to a complex array of overlapping health determinants, such as the availability of clean water and basic sanitation, housing conditions, climate change risks, sociocultural factors and poverty, among others