International Journal of Home Science
2019, VOL. 5 ISSUE 2, PART F
Health services and nutritional challenges for the study of non-communicable diseases in the society
Author(s): Dr. Archna Gupta and Kavita Tiwari
The national nutrition and health surveys carried out over the last four decades have documented that there have been study at around Rewa city in the present scenario. It has been shows a slow decline graph in under- nutrition and micro-nutrient deficiencies, morbidity and mortality due to severe infections. Because of the synergistic interactions between nutrition and health due to some non-communicable diseases (NCD) and their interventions resulted in improving both health and nutritional status of the area. In the last two decades, there has been a slow graph but steady increase in the prevalence of over nutrition. The population is not fully aware of the area and adversely effected of over- nutrition. Non-communicable diseases are asymptomatic in the initial phase; only after symptoms due to complications arise do patients seek health care. It is essential to improve awareness regarding health services to the society and their nutritional challenges for non-communicable diseases. Simultaneously interventions for regaining normal nutritional status in those with non-communicable disease will have to be initiated a part of the management of NCD.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Archna Gupta, Kavita Tiwari. Health services and nutritional challenges for the study of non-communicable diseases in the society. Int J Home Sci 2019;5(2):334-337.