What are the names of 5 noncommunicable diseases?
Heart disease,DM,organic disorder of brain and spinal cord,cataract,glaucoma..many others.
Noncommunicable diseases are, by definition, not infectious and not transmittable between people. Some common noncommunicable diseases are heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's, cataracts, and asthma. Because the exact causes of noncommunicable diseases are not known, there is really no way to reduce ones risk of developing one.
Diseases like the common cold, strep throat or mononucleosis are caused by bacteria or viruses that can spread from person to person, meaning they are COMMUNICABLE. Noncommunicable diseases are thing like diabetes, obesity or cancer. You can not get diabetes by holding someones hand if they have it. ANSWER: Some causes of noncommunicable diseases are genes, poor diet and exercise, and smoking tobacco products.
Communicable diseases can be transfered from one person or host to another while noncommunicable diseases cannot. Communicable diseases require a causative agent while a noncommunicable disease does not require a causative agent. Examples of communicable diseaes includezsemicolumzHIV/AIDS,Gonorrhea,tuberculosis,whooping cough,diptheria,leprosy,infective hepatitis,syphilis. Examples of non-communicable diseases include;hypertension,asthma,cancer,athritis,congenital obstructive pulmonary diseases,congenital respiratory diseases,coronary diseases,mental illness
Diseases caused by pathogens are often contagious and include things such as Meningitis, Influenza and Tuberculosis. Diseases not caused by pathogens are generally things which go wrong in the body. For example, Cancer, Multiple Sclerosis and Motor Neurone Disease are all diseases not caused by pathogens.