Cigarette smoking, lack of exercise has lead to hostility and depression among most people in the society (Fekete et al 25). Cigarette smoking is one of the major causes of lung cancer and it leads to low physical inactivity and unhealthy dietary patterns. Poor living standards alleviate the chronic diseases to the human body.
Stress has a major impact on the mood, sense of individual being, physical condition and behavior of individuals. The relationship between stress and diseases is affected by nature. Different level of stress affects individuals biological vulnerability and the learned patterns of coping. There are psychosocial interventions that have proved to be useful in the managing stress related illness.
Lifestyle and psychosocial interventions have been developed to reduce the possibility that vibrant individuals will catch chronic diseases (Fekete et al 21). Studies have shown interesting results concerning the treatment of patients who have experienced a heart attack.
Diseases result from the interaction between the complex interaction of human beings and the environment. The external environment is believed to be responsible for many diseases that are preventable (Nezu 33). Chronic diseases have different influence on the social factors of various individuals. Psychosocial factors act primarily between the society and the individuals affected. Psychosocial may combine traditional medical definitions of various diseases. The role of psychosocial in health research has clarified the distinction between macro meso and micro level as a sociological framework. Psychosocial is regarded as a meso - level concept in the same concept as religious institutions and family. At a macro level the illness relates to ownership of business and distribution of income. The psychosocial changes can influence the health through the direct psychological process which modify behaviors and lifestyles. Loss of