Preventative Medicine 101: What You Need to Know

One of the greatest advancements of human nature is our ability to reflect on the past in order to improve the future. The Preventive Medicine industry is simply trying this practice on for size, and the results are opening doors all over the world for further exploration in this niche medical field. Not only is preventive medicine aimed at preventing illness, it also has hopes of ending disease altogether.

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One of the greatest advancements of human nature is our ability to reflect on the past in order to improve the future. The Preventive Medicine industry is simply trying this practice on for size, and the results are opening doors all over the world for further exploration in this niche medical field. Not only is preventive medicine aimed at preventing illness, it also has hopes of ending disease altogether.

 

While the medical world may be far from ending disease, research shows that there are direct connections between our lifestyle and our health. Boiled down to the simplest of explanations, if you eat poorly and are not on a regular exercise schedule, it’s very likely that your health is being neglected and you are maintaining a lifestyle that can have harmful repercussions such as obesity or chronic illnesses. There are a slew of ways to go about creating a better lifestyle for a healthier mind and body, but one of the best methods that is often misunderstood is the practice of preventative care.

 

Preventive medicine can take many forms. Some methods are easy, whereas some take a deeper understanding to see success. For example, if you’d like to prevent yourself from getting lung cancer, you can easily avoid smoking. This is in essence a very simple form of preventative care. Diving in further, to avoid digestive issues and bellyaches, introducing yogurt to your diet will supplement your digestive tract with probiotics, keeping your tract clean, healthy, and ache free.

 

To summarize preventive medicine’s impact within the medical industry, remember these three takeaways.

 

#1. Preventive medicine is personal.

For a proper diagnosis and treatment to be recommended, there are many factors that need to reviewed. Preventative care takes a look at the body as a whole and how the factors of what’s already going on inside of you can be supplemented with preventive medicine for a personalized routine. To fully benefit from preventative care, remember that there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all treatment.

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Author: Thorsten Hagemann

Thorsten Hagemann is medical professional, entrepreneur, and cycling enthusiast. He is the Founder of MedAdvise Ltd., a consultancy company focused on preventative medicine. Hagemann graduated in medicine in 1998 and earned his Doctor of Medicine in 2002. He went on to specialize in Internal Medicine, Haematology, and Medical Oncology.

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