L., a bartender, who was diagnosed with COPD, is faced with the challenges of walking and having to stop frequently for rest as well as the concern from his manager regarding his coughing effecting customers. It is not feasible for Mr. L. to continue his employment as a bartender due to the job functions entails usage of his upper body and arms which creates stress on his respiratory system. The main factor to consider is if Mr. L. continues his employment with the severe stage of his disease, he may cause more harm to him. General prognosis of a severe stage of COPD that is not being treated correctly leads to life threatening consequences. Lifestyle factors to help Mr. L. in his rehabilitation plan is to be educated on how to live with COPD, available programs to assist, mild exercise and good diet, breathing devices, and employment with job functions that does not cause his disease to be life
Bad enough for Joe, not only does drinking create problems within his home and his work, it effects his body mostly me for that matter. Drinking could cause several different problems being that of a little damage to more damage than anyone would want. It could create cell damage, enlargement of kidneys, and harm to the hormones that control the kidney function. The alcohol Joe is enriching his body in is making an ionic imbalance this is really bad for the metabolic process. With Joe being so stressed out all the time it gives him high blood pressure this makes me nervous that I’m going to get chronic kidney disease.
It can cause injuries, acute illnesses, chronic diseases and cancer and lastly death if not treated upon. If such diseases are not treated upon many of them can become life threatening. The excessive consumption of alcohol can causes major social impact to not only the consumer but also the community. The consumer becomes addicted to the use of alcohol causing a great impact on their social life. As seen in the case study of Derek Donald who has lost contact with his family members as a result of his hazardes drinking and the effect it has on everyone around him.
This will make the child feel uncomfortable around others as they will think they are constantly creating an unpleasant smell even when they’re not. (http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Puberty/Pages/Symptoms.aspx) There are also physical transitions such as moving locations. This could make a child feel undervalued as they haven’t had a say in the matter. It could prevent them from ever making choices or having
It can affect your health because drinking too much alcohol can give you liver disease and can kill you if you drink too much of the wrong stuff. Also alcohol is full of calories so going out drinking every night will pile on the calories and can give you a so called beer belly which would not be good if you were an athlete as this would not look good in front of the coaches. Smoking: Smoking all the time can affect your lifestyle as smoking is very costly and if you get addicted then that means you will be constantly wasting money every week on cigarettes to try and feed your addiction. It can effect your health by that it can give you cancer if you are a constant smoker. The tar can get inside the lungs which can give you liver and lung disease and really effect your health badly.
Having had an embarrassing, humiliating experience of an ‘accident’ in public they live in constant fear of it happening again. Many people will stop going out because of this fear. It is also one of the reasons many individuals come into care because either they or their carer’s are unable to cope with their incontinence. Individuals may be inclined to reduce their intake of liquids or food to alleviate their incontinence but this can result in their urine becoming concentrated, which in turn can irritate the bladder and cause a greater sense of urgency or result in infection or inflammation. This can also cause constipation, which in turn can weaken the pelvic floor muscles through straining to pass a constipated stool.
Holden is in the confusing process of passing from adolescence and innocence to what he feels is a corrupt adult society. Along the way, Holden has trouble finding identity and security as he isolates himself from his society by shutting out the world and criticizing others who he deems "phonies." Because he is so adamant to criticize the world and reject its values and conventions he consequentially isolates himself from people who try to him along the way through this stressful period of
Billy’s father is an alcoholic, he neglects his son and shatters his dreams. As Billy prepares to leave home, he takes his father’s alcohol, “The old bastard will have a fit!” (page 2) he has done this with the intention of revenge, he despises his father and is aware that he is an alcoholic. There are also typical families like Old Bill’s, which includes a wife and daughter and has normal everyday routines. Old Bill was a workaholic but regrets this after tragedy strikes, “Too busy for breakfast, too busy for sitting down with the people I loved. And now I’ve got all the time in the world,” (page 109).
Self-inflicted diseases are those in which a person's health is damaged by their own decisions and behavior. These can be such things like smoking, alcohol, sunbathing, eating large quantities of fatty food. Also deliberate self-harm such as attempted suicide is classed as self-inflicted as it can cause major damage to body organs. Those who start smoking at a young age are highly likely to become addicted to nicotine. Smoking leads to a risk of developing mental and physical disease.
They will have withdrawal symptoms such as sweating, shaking, insomnia, depression, nausea, restlessness and anxiety. Some people don’t even want to do the drug anymore but they have to have it because they will get sick. It will hurt them even with their knowledge and they will lose interest in everything they loved doing before becoming an addict. There are also physical signs of prescription drug abuse. They will have a sudden weight loss or weight gain, slurred speech, bloodshot eyes, bigger and smaller pupils, a change in appetite and sleep patterns and impaired coordination.