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Grow Taller 4 Idiots Review - The physical health of mentally harsh
The physical health of mentally harsh
These patients reported higher rates of hypertension, obesity, diabetes and respiratory diseases - The physical health of mental patients as experts suggest, is poor, while higher mortality associated record.
There are also difficulties in diagnosis, treatment and follow-circumstances worsen if the affected person is female. Aware of this, a large group of primary care specialists and psychiatry has analyzed what are the main challenges of this problem Visit: http://health.revieweds.com/grow-taller-4-idiots-review/
At the meeting sponsored by the American Society of Psychiatry and the American Society of Primary Care Physicians recently held in California, USA. which brought together more than 250 specialists, in addition to discuss issues such as depression long term addictions of yesterday and today, monitoring the patient with severe mental illness and coordination between the family physician and psychiatrist, deepened, especially in the relationship between physical and mental health, and differences in gender in mental illness.
One of the conclusions reached is that the mentally ill have a lower quality of life than the rest of the population and a higher prevalence of health problems such as hypertension, obesity, diabetes and respiratory diseases;
Mental patients show increased morbidity with physical problems is worse treatments and, as a result, is reduced by approximately 20% life expectancy Visit: http://health.revieweds.com/grow-taller-4-idiots-review/
An example: in the U.S. mental more people die from problems associated with diabetes or cardiac events caused for suicide. Faced with this problem, the experts insist on greater coordination between primary and specialist care, with a unique medical record to enable better patient monitoring, better management of available resources to avoid duplication of complementary examinations - better control of medication and treatment compliance.
U.S. more people die from mental problems associated with diabetes or cardiac events by suicide
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