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Crawling Death: These 6 Diseases Do Not Show Early Signs But Are Very Lethal

by Shatakshi Gupta

Health is wealth is indeed a true statement. Maintaining a healthy routine and following a good diet is extremely important to stay healthy and happy. Otherwise, the risk of chronic disease may increase. Some morbidities come with early warnings or symptoms but some diseases secretly attack your body. These are often detected when the disease has reached an advanced stage. Some diseases can be dangerous as well as cause serious complications if the symptoms are ignored initially.

To prevent and avoid these silent killer diseases, we should get regular check-ups from the doctor. Besides, it is possible to avoid these diseases to a great extent by making small changes in lifestyle. So let’s know about such Crawling killer diseases that you must beware of.


 Diabetes is another silent killer and among the biggest morbidities of the world. There are two types of this disease. Type 1 and type 2 diabetes. In type 1 diabetes, the pancreas produces little or no insulin. Whereas type 2 diabetes affects the way your blood sugar is processed, which is called glucose.

Initially, the patient does not feel its symptoms, but as the disease progresses, fatigue, weight loss, frequent urination along with excessive thirst also starts.

Eventually, diabetes can badly affect the heart, kidneys and weight. However, complications can be prevented by maintaining a healthy weight, following the right diet, regular exercise and attention to check-ups.

 Sleep apnea

This is a serious sleep disorder in which people breathe heavily or snore while sleeping. People with severe sleep apnea have a higher risk of sudden death and stroke during sleep.

To get rid of sleep apnea, it is enough to adopt a healthy lifestyle. Losing weight, eating well, quitting smoking and taking the right treatment for nasal allergies are easy ways to get rid of this condition.


 Osteoporosis is a bone disease in which the affected person is often completely unaware of their condition until they suffer a fracture. Apart from affecting bone density, it also has a bad effect on oral health.

  To avoid any kind of bone disease, it is necessary to consume foods rich in calcium and vitamin D.

Also read: Diet Plan to Stay Fit with Diabetes

 Hypertension or High BP

 High blood pressure is one of the most dangerous health conditions. The WHO estimates that 1.28 adults aged 30-79 years suffer from high blood pressure worldwide. The reason behind considering high BP as a silent killer is that it does not show any specific symptoms. By the time people suddenly realize the gravity of the situation, the disease has progressed.

 Not only does this disease affect the arteries and the heart, but the risk of heart attack and stroke remains constant. In such a situation, checking blood pressure regularly, eating foods rich in potassium, fibre and protein, and maintaining a healthy weight are the best ways to reduce the increased risk of blood pressure.

Fatty liver

 Fatty liver disease progresses slowly in the body and causes huge trouble. There are two types of fatty liver disease. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic. As far as fatty liver is concerned, your diet plays a major role in this.

To avoid this, choose a healthy plant-based diet and avoid eating any foods rich in unhealthy fats.  Notably, the symptoms of fatty liver disease are not visible very early, but if there is a suspicion, with the help of blood test or ultrasound, this disease can be detected at an early stage.

 Coronary artery disease

 Many heart diseases are fatal. Coronary artery disease is one of these. This is a condition in which the coronary arteries that supply blood and oxygen to the heart narrow, which can lead to heart attack along with chest pain. It is almost impossible to prevent this disease without proper screening and adopting the right lifestyle.

 According to experts, if you have high blood pressure and high cholesterol, manage it by getting tested regularly.  Along with this, it is very important to make some changes in your lifestyle like eating healthy food and doing regular exercise.