Which causes more health hazard - acute diseases or chronic diseases?

Acute diseases do not cause much harm to the body. A virus or an infection often causes acute conditions. Still, they can also be caused by an injury resulting from a fall or an automobile accident or by using drugs or medications.
It simply means that symptoms have developed quickly and that some medical intervention is needed.

What is acute Disease?

A few diseases occur suddenly and last for a few days. These are known as acute diseases, such as the common cold. This condition can be treated with medical treatment or on its own. Many times, acute diseases turn chronic if they continue to persist.

Acute diseases can occur throughout all body systems. For eg, the first asthma attack is acute which later turns chronic. Strep throat, broken bone, appendicitis, influenza, pneumonia, etc. are some of the acute diseases.

Further Reading

  1. Acute disease lasts for _____
  2. What are acute diseases, chronic diseases, and infectious diseases?

 

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