• Sayyad Kaif

Unfortunately, not everyone is aware of lifestyle diseases because they are often misunderstood as being caused by heredity or appearing unexpectedly. That, however, is not the case. Let's use the case of a hypertensive patient as an illustration. It frequently occurs when a person is stressed, has a smoking or alcohol addiction, or has had little sleep for an extended period of time. Assume that another person suffers from diabetes. Obesity, an unhealthy lifestyle, and hypertension, according to several studies, are the leading causes of this hormonal disorder. As a result, all of these concerns are interconnected and point to a worsening habit that we have in terms of our lifestyles.