Disease Prevention and Longevity
Do you want to live forever? How to prevent loss? In Disease Prevention and Longevity, the reader will learn different ways to prevent diseases and to achieve a long life. Did you know that vitamin A from colorful fruits and vegetables (especially ROY colors) purple potatoes and dark, leafy green vegetables decrease your risk of cataracts and macular degeneration? Did you know that healthy diet, regular medical checkup, regular exercise, favorite hobbies to release stress, strong social bonds, and good quality sleep are key ingredients to longevity? Did you know that taking 500 mg to 1,000 mg of vitamin C will prevent upper respiratory infection in response to stress? Did you know that tree nuts, almonds, walnuts, cashews, pecans, pistachios, and peanuts are anti-aging and delay or prevent age-related heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, nerve disease, and cancer? Do you remember to eat berries, other colorful fruits and vegetables, floss, and manage stress by redirecting stressful emotional and physiological responses into becoming a more relaxed, effective, creative, and better problem solver? Do you know about the five senses that affect your emotions? Do you know the therapeutic effects of yoga? Do you know how to treat simple cuts and bruises? What are some stressors that weaken your immune system and how do you use your cognition to release stress? Do you know preventative measures against cardiovascular disease? What are ways to treat obesity and diabetes? Can you treat type 2 diabetic neuropathy with B-complex vitamins? How do you prevent common cancers? Can you manage menopause? Can you prevent osteoporosis or bone fracture with 1,200 mg of Calcium and 1000IU of vitamin D daily or with foods? An individual may take 50,000 IU of vitamin D weekly and supplement Calcium, with dairy, fruits, and bony fishes. (Osteoporosis can be treated with medicine.) What are vaccines for the prevention of infectious diseases? How to share decision-making skills between doctors and patients? According to Robert B. Baron, MD, MS, director of the UCSF Mini Medical School, "head-to-head comparison, drug is more effective than lifestyles changes" in the treatment of diseases. In Disease Prevention and Longevity, the reader will get the answers to all these questions from world-renowned UCSF doctors and associate professors and professors of medicine. Disease Prevention and Longevity was originally titled Death Prevention, where S. Sue Khuon, BS, MA, Professional Cleared Life Science Teaching Credential, decipher different steps to save lives. S. Sue Khuon wrote about different ways to provide temporary relief for arthritis, joint pain, bruises, strains, and sprains. During this health epidemic of 2020, what are the barrier protection for the eye, head, hand, feet, skin, lung, ears, nose, throat, teeth, and heart? What control the different organ systems: respiratory, pulmonary, nervous, muscular, immune, digestive, reproductive, and cardiovascular? What are the different types of physicians? What are the different types of health? The reader will learn the fascinating topic of different types of health and spiritual health in coping with loss. The reader will learn the importance of enjoying your favorite activities, interests, and hobbies of your styles in the pursuit of mind-body-spirit medicine--doing activities that you love, releasing endorphins, and making you happy.