Thinking of the deadliest diseases, people often refer to the fast-paced diseases that are incurable ones. But what they don’t know is that fast-paced diseases are not making headlines as the deadly or most common diseases in India, whereas slow-paced diseases are becoming more common in the last few years. 

As per the survey, it seems that approx 57.5 million people passed away worldwide in 2015 and 2016. So, if you want to stay away from such diseases, make sure you see the below-given list of most common diseases

6 Most Common Diseases:

1. Diabetes:

Diabetes is of two types. Type 1 happens mostly to children of age 5 to 8, to the people who are living in the northern or southern side of the earth, or maybe genetically. Type 2 happens mostly to adults of age above 40, people with overweight, and maybe genetically. 

Type 1 diabetes is caused when the pancreas stops producing further insulin. Type 2 happens when the body becomes resistant to insulin. To prevent or control diabetes, maintain your body weight, stay healthy, and have regular blood sugar checked. 

2. Influenza And Pneumonia:

Pneumonia is an inflammation of the lungs. And Influenza, also known as flu, is a highly contagious viral infection. It mostly happens during the winter months. When we start counting the List of diseases in humans, these two will surely be on the list. 

Moreover, influenza leads to Pneumonia, when it gets severe. To prevent them, you can get the flu vaccine, wash your hands regularly, and do not come in contact with sick people. 

3. Ischemic Heart Disease:

This is also known as coronary artery disease, it happens due to the narrowing down of blood supply into the blood vessels leading to the heart. This is dangerous heart disease, and if not treated well it causes severe chest pain, arrhythmias, and heart failure. To prevent this disease, one must exercise regularly, maintain a healthy diet, and avoid smoking and drinking. 

4. Cancer: 

Cancer is another common disease, and it happens due to the uncertain growth of cells in our body. The cell divides and grows in an uncontrolled way, and the instructions scramble, leading to a severe stage of cancer. Approximately, 22%, which in number is 6 lakh deaths, happen every year. 

Cancer can happen in any part of our body, whether it is the brain, lungs, chest, liver, or even in the blood. These are more common in people of a certain age group, people who are suffering from chronic inflammation, or genetically. 

5. Alzheimer’s Disease: 

Doctors are not yet able to identify the cause of this disease, but they believe this happens due to the combination of genes, environment, and lifestyle’s effect on the brain. 

Alzheimer’s disease is more common among women, and people of age 60 to 65. Some believe that it happens genetically too. The best prevention of such disease is to keep the brain active by playing with puzzles, by conversation, and by reading. 

6. Diarrhoea: 

Diarrhea is the state of dehydration. If you lose more than three stools in a day, and this lasts longer than you expected, this leads to dehydration. Diarrhea is caused due to intestinal viruses due to the intake of infectious or contaminated water or food. 

It mostly happens in children above the age of 6 years, and approx 8 lakh of children each year. To prevent such common diseases, strengthen the immune system, live in good sanitary conditions, and be away from contaminated food and water. 

So, these were the most common diseases in India. Now that you have understood its causes and effects, take every necessary precaution to stay away from such diseases. Always follow healthy tips to stay fit and fine.