PriMera Scientific Surgical Research and Practice (ISSN: 2836-0028)

Review Article

Volume 2 Issue 2

Impact of Modern Lifestyle on Health

Suresh Kashinath Ghatge*

July 03, 2023

DOI : 10.56831/PSSRP-02-048


     Modern lifestyle has increased the risk of various physical and psychological health problems. The unhealthy lifestyle of people in the modern world has exposed them to various illnesses, disabilities and even deaths. The various metabolic diseases that are a result of these modern lifestyles are obesity, hypertension, cancer, cardiovascular problems, diabetes and other health problems. A proper discussion of the impact of the various aspects of the modern lifestyle on our health has been done in the below article. It has been found that millions of deaths across the globe are occurring due to the choices of the modern lifestyle. Hence, it is only important to make appropriate changes to the modern lifestyle to reduce the negative impact on health. Regular exercise, a balanced diet and improved sleep patterns are some of the effective steps that can be taken to improve health outcomes.

Keywords: Lifestyle; health; diseases; sleep; diet; smoking


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