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Medical is a center point on where through physical examination verities of tests with find the problem of the disease of any age and any type of people. This organization have arranged several medical treat by its arranging camps in different areas with awaring the public on the different problem of disease and its treatment. We call to read our broachers.

Navjivan Foundation is the responsibility of constituent for the awareness on the health or the medical in the states and territories of India. The purpose of this organization is raising of the level of nutrition and the standard of living of its people and the improvement of public health. From the early days of Indian history the Aryurvedic tradition of medicine has been practiced. During the rule of Emperor Ashoka Maurya (third century B.C.E.), schools of learning in the healing arts were created. Many valuable herbs and medicinal combinations were created. Even today many of these continue to be used. During his rein there is evidence that Emperor Ashoka was the first leader in world history to attempt to give care of health to all of his citizens, thus it was the India of antiquity which was the first state to give it's citizens about health care or medical treatment. Providing healthcare and disease prevention to India’s growing population of more than a billion people becomes challenging in the face of increased competition for resources. Some million people in India are estimated to be HIV positive. India is one of the four countries worldwide where polio has not as yet been successfully eradicated and one third of the world’s tuberculosis cases are in India .Three out of four children who died from measles in 2008 were in India.

According to the World Health Organization 900,000 and more Indians die each year from drinking contaminated water and breathing in polluted air . As India grapples with these basic issues, new challenges are emerging for example there is a rise in chronic adult diseases such as cardiovascular illnesses and diabetes as a consequence of changing lifestyles . There are vast disparities in people’s health even among the different states across the country largely attributed to the resource allocation by the state governments where some states have been more successful than others. Better efforts are needed by the local governments to ensure that the health services provided are actually reaching the poor in worst-affected areas.

The persistence of hunger and abject poverty in India and other parts of the world is due in large measure to the subjugation, marginalization and disempowerment of women. Women suffer from hunger and poverty in greater numbers and to a great degree then men. At the same time, it is women who bear the primary responsibility for actions needed to end hunger: education, nutrition, health and family income. Females receive less health care than males in India. Many women die in childbirth of easily prevented complications. Working conditions and environmental pollution further impairs women's health. On child the common child health problem in India are low birth weight, infection disease, child health care, care of foetus, neonatal jaundice, care of neonates, care of infants, toddlers and preschoolers, growth of child, pattern of growth, development of child. In the elderly, the illness itself does not present itself in a typical way. This leads to problems in treating the disease. In the elderly, a confused state of mind is very common with most illnesses. The patients themselves are sometimes unaware of their health problems, for eg; a silent heart attack. Most illnesses in the elderly present as mulitple problems than as a single disease, For eg: A person suffering from Arthritis may also have Diabetes, Cataract and Depression. The ageing process results in some changes which are normal in this age group and they need not be treated actively. Treatment maybe complicated because of the multiple drugs given to combat more than one problem, their side effects and drug interactions.

However, at the same time, Navjivan Foundation also includes entities through the simple process by using its medical related brouchers which are world class. India is a magnet for medical tourists, who are able to get medical treatments and surgeries at a fraction of the cost of these procedures in developed countries. The Apollo set of hospitals, for example, thrives on this business. Each hospital, however, must also set aside a number of beds for the poor. However, as the BBC reported, access to these services by the poor is plagued with corruption. While many foreign medical experts criticize medical tourism, many private hospitals are able to demonstrate that their level of care is comparable, if not better, than that received in developed countries.

But Navjivan Foundation suggest to the people for the developing country like India whose have living life in poverty try to keep maintenance their body himself regular, safe and enjoyable physical activity is essential to maintain a healthy life at all ages. There are many benefits of physical activity, such as efficient functioning of heart and lungs, strengthening of bones and increased muscle strength. You will also feel better. This does not mean we have to try and become Olympic athletes. It is just a question of increasing what we do already. Being active and doing exercise can also be enjoyable. Age is no barrier to taking up a new sport or physical activity. If you are not doing any exercise at present, it is good to start gently and then build up so that your body will gradually get used to being more active and you are far less likely to strain any muscles. If you are taking any medicine, you must discuss with your doctor before taking up a vigorous exercise. There are so many different ways to keep fit. You should find one you enjoy. Walking is the best form of exercise and brisk walking to the extent of getting tired is what you need to do. If you have mobility problems at the moment, ask your doctor or physiotherapist for an exercise programme, which will meet your needs.

 

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