What is the difference between Healthy and Disease-Free?

Both healthy and disease-free are states of human who are normal. A healthy person can be disease-free but a disease-free person need not be healthy.

Healthy:

A person is said to be healthy when his physical, mental, emotional and psychological state is fit and fine.

Disease-Free:

A person is said to be disease-free when he is devoid of diseases.

In the table below, we have listed various differences between a healthy person and a disease-free person.

Difference Between Healthy and Disease FreeΒ 

Healthy

Disease Free

A state of complete physical, mental and social well being

State of the absence of discomfort in any part of the body

It depends upon the individual as well as on social and environmental factors

It depends on the individual only

A healthy person will be disease-free

A disease-free person may or may not be healthy

A healthy person is energetic and is able to perform as per the requirement

The performance of a disease-free person depends upon the environment and personal attitude

With the above-listed points, we can conclude by saying that the following conditions are essential for good health:

  • Availability of clean drinking water
  • Availability of nutritious food
  • Clean sanitation
  • Social equality and harmony

Check the video below to learn about different types of diseases.

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