In spite of the fact that the manifestations of dysfunctional behavior can go from mellow to intense and are diverse relying upon the sort of dysfunctional behavior, an individual with an untreated dysfunctional behavior frequently is unable to adapt to life's every day schedules and requests. Human experiences always emanate from cognitive notions that people possess. They entail many factors, and always brought forth from a philosophical front. Senses can also be embraced when one wants to analyze the experiences that human have, and also in line with assessing the varied existing perspectives. The physical realm always encompasses the given characteristic of natural matter. It greatly embraces the utilization of the five physical faculties: eyes for sight, ears for sound, sense about scent, taste buds for taste, and nerves for touch and feel. It is not that it is difficult to see these frameworks; it is that people should always begin their excursion by disengaging themselves from the physical realms to affirm their Neurotic states. When human beings eventually decide not to live in a state of mental issues, they rapidly proceed onward to the following domain, the Social realm. The Social domain is carried on by the latter perspective on the grounds that human beings start to ponder the main proponents of their physical activities. They likewise start to understand that the issues they are called upon to confront with the physical realm cannot be remedied with their physical movements alone, as the same issues might go out over the long haul (Atkinson, 2006).
Presently we have several diseases that affect people’s lives some leading to their deaths. We need to come up with ways of dealing with these diseases to reduce their effects. One of the se ways is to come up with a good health care plan that will not only be affordable but also accessible to all within the society. We should also invest more resources to projects that will help us in to fighting these diseases. We need to empower the health sector to be able to come up with better ways on how to treat common diseases that are greatly affecting most people. We should encourage our doctors and scientists to continue producing better medication to help in fighting these diseases and with the help of the government in this sector we could achieve great success.
The topic we majored on in this course was that of health care reform and universal health care. It was a particularly interesting discussion and very educative on the field of health care reflection. The idea of universal was always great but I did not know how to go about it. I was interested to see the way people thought of this topic and how we could improve on it. It was quite obvious that most of the members of our class felt that way about universal health care and so I was motivated to do an enquiry on this matter. After a series of discussions with my classmates on this issue I was finally convinced of the importance of having a proper healthcare plan. We started the discussion with several questions of whether we believed health care plan was good for the public and any other amendments that would have been required. It was a bit tricky for me because I had this idea that everyone needed to have his or her healthcare plan. I believe that proper access to health care is a very important thing that should be made possible to all citizens no matter their age, color, financial status or their health status. This was mainly because from where I come from it is not easy to access proper health care and not only that, it is also very difficult to be able to pay for the health care due to its expensive nature However we need to come up with a health care system that should be affordable to all citizens in the country.
I came to the understanding that in the absence of a proper health care, very few of us can be able to properly relish the other basic rights. Access to health care should not be a privilege but a right to all of us. This is why President Obama has come up with the “Obama care” project that is currently being implemented in an effort to improve health care to the public. With a proper health care plan we would be able to deal with several diseases that are rampant in our society today.
Common cold as it is commonly referred is a contagious disease that is caused several forms of viruses. Research shows more than 200 forms of viruses that can cause common cold but the most common virus that causes it is the Rhinovirus that is responsible for over 30% of infections worldwide. Research also shows that common cold is the most common illness not just in the United States but throughout the world. The main reason why this illness is common is that this viruses that cause the disease can survive in almost all types of environments since it is able to adapt to whatever weather that is surrounding it. The second reason is that it is a contagious disease and thus spreads faster compared to other diseases. It may exhibit some extreme symptoms such as muscle ache, headache and fatigue if the immune system of the infected person is weak. There is no known cure for this illness but the symptoms are easily treated. The cold usually starts with a feeling of being chilled followed by some sneezing before an eventual headache. From exposure to the disease it can take up to sixteen hours before the first signs of the disease can be felt. It is characterized by constant running nose and cough after few days of infection that can go on up to 18days in most adults.
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