Keywords: fear of cancer; major depression followed by cancer; hormonal imbalance; insomnia; hyper-vigilance; anxiety; anti-aging; chronic infections; adult asthma; hyper-thyroidism; graves disease, panic attacks, dental treatment
- As of 2012, about half of all adults—117 million people—had one or more chronic health conditions. One in four adults had two or more chronic health conditions.1
- Seven of the top 10 causes of death in 2014 were chronic diseases. Two of these chronic diseases—heart disease and cancer—together accounted for nearly 46% of all deaths.2
When asked to rate their own health, women, on average, report being in worse health than men! Researchers in Spain say this is due to women having a higher rate of chronic diseases — contradicting a previous theory that women’s lower self-rated health is simply a reporting bias. With rates of chronic diseases on the rise, it’s time to look for alternative solutions. Conventional medicine just isn’t working.