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Chronic Disease History   

The VitalLife Chronic Disease Doctor in Bangkok Can Help You Regain Your Health!

Across the globe, one in three adults lives with multiple chronic conditions. In fact, they are the leading cause of death, accounting for 63% of deaths in the world annually. Non-communicable diseases - also known as chronic diseases – are diseases that cannot be passed from person to person, and can be hard to resolve. People often suffer from these conditions over many years, after having developed the disease from a combination of genetic, physiological, environmental, and behavioral factors. If a person has a chronic condition, they are much more likely to develop another, and many people are already suffering from more than one chronic disease. If you are living with a chronic disease, it is important to work with a chronic disease doctor in Bangkok who can understand your condition and help prevent you from being diagnosed with another. The majority of people living with a chronic condition have one or more of the following diseases:

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Diabetes

Diabetes is a disease that is the result of your blood glucose (also called your blood sugar) being too high and your body not being able to move the sugars to your cells to be used to generate energy. If your blood sugar levels are too high over a long period of time, you can develop serious conditions such as kidney disease, eye problems, nerve damage, foot problems, and much more. There are two different types of diabetes – Type 1 is believed to be autoimmune and develops in individuals under 40 years (14 years average age), and Type 2 is often more closely linked to your lifestyle and develops in individuals over 45 years although it is increasingly seen in younger populations.

Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular disease refers to a whole host of conditions that narrow or block the blood vessels near your heart. This restricts blood flow and can lead to a heart attack, angina (chest pain), or even a stroke. Cardiovascular disease can be the result of genetic factors, but lifestyle and diet also play a role in the development of cardiovascular disease.

Hypertension

Hypertension refers to a condition in which your blood pressure is abnormally high over sustained periods of time. Blood pressure is a combination of the amount of blood your heart pumps throughout your body and how much resistance in the veins and arteries your heart meets in the process. High blood pressure over time can cause heart disease or strokes. Weight, lifestyle, and diet can all increase your likelihood of suffering from hypertension.

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Hyperlipidemia

The condition known as hyperlipidemia is a state in which your blood has abnormally high levels of bad fats (low density lipids) in the bloodstream – it is also referred to as high cholesterol levels. These fats in your blood can clog your arteries and contribute to your high blood pressure. Over time, the fats in your blood can cause heart disease, strokes, and heart attacks. Hyperlipidemia is often the result of an inactive lifestyle and a poor diet.

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Arrhythmia

If your heart is beating irregularly (in an irregular pattern), it is known as an arrhythmia. Arrhythmia is caused when the electrical signals in your heart fail to work properly, causing a slowing then speeding heart rate creating a fluttering or racing feeling. It can lead to dizziness, shortness of breath, chest pain, and fainting. Arrhythmias can be related to genetics or diet and lifestyle.

Work with the VitalLife Chronic Disease Doctor in Bangkok to Get Healthier!

While chronic diseases are common, proper management of your conditions can help you live a healthier and more fulfilling life. VitalLife has a chronic disease doctor in Bangkok for all of these conditions, and we can help you regain your health.

If you are looking for a doctor in Bangkok, work with a trained doctor who will understand your chronic conditions and help you regain your health and quality of life. We will work with you to make diet, lifestyle, nutritional changes and monitor medications to effectively treat you holistically. Recommendations support chronic disease stabilization or reversion (if at an early stage), as well as prevent you from getting diagnosed with another. We have weight loss programs to help you lose the extra pounds that may be contributing to your disease, and we can help you quit smoking and/or adopt a healthier lifestyle. Your well-being is in your hands – let us work together to get your health back.

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