Environmental change, demographic transition, social, economic and socio-cultural influence changing patterns of disease in some people's lives.
Lifestyle changes either in the form of a shift to a Western diet high in fiber and low in fat, salt and excess sugar consumption, reduced physical activity, and cigarette consumption have an impact on increasing cases of non-communicable diseases. Indonesian health ministry data republic declared percentage rate is not an infectious disease mortality increased from 41.7 percent in 1995 to 59.5 percent in 2007 yesterday.
On the other hand, Indonesia is still struggling to overcome infectious diseases such as dengue hemorrhagic fever, diarrhea, malaria, tuberculosis, acute respiratory tract infections, pneumonia, measles, typhoid, and hepatitis.
The results of health research foundation in 2007 reported by the Ministry of Health Republic of Indonesia in 2008 showed a high prevalence of communicable diseases in Indonesia, such as hypertension, heart disease, stroke, diabetes mellitus, asthma, joint disease, cancer / malignant tumors. Here are the types of diseases that attack Indonesia.
- Upper respiratory tract infection acute
- Skin disease
- Diarrhea and gastroenteritis by a particular infection
- Disorders of refraction and accommodation
- Dyspepsia (abdominal pain complaints)
- Essential hypertension
- Dengue hemorrhagic fever
- Pulpal and periapical disease
- Ear disease and mastoid processus
- Conjunctivitis and other disorders conjunctival
- Typhoid fever and paratyphoid
- Appendix Diseases
- Gastritis and Duodenitis