Health And Social Care P2

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P2- development through life stages
The 5 factors
Genetic factor-
Cells in the human body have a nucleus with 23 pairs of chromosomes inside the body. Genetic factor could be inherited by the child from the mother and father. There are a lot more disease or illness that could be inherited from the parents such as; cystic fibrosis, celiac, asthma, brittle bones disease and a lot more. These diseases are passed to the child through their genes. Cystic fibrosis is a condition that mainly affects the lungs and pancreas, which can also affect other parts of the body, including the liver, nose and sinuses, reproductive organs and sweat gland. The people with cystic fibrosis, the cells do not function correctly and make mucus and secretions which are thicker. This can cause a range of symptoms such as coughing and wheezing. ---This life factor can affects the individual positively? ---This life factor can affects the individual negatively?

Effects of diet- This life factor can affects the individual positively?
This can affect the individual because, having a healthy diet gives the body the nutrient they need to perform physically, maintain wellness and fight disease. What people eat can greatly affect their health and well-being. The food you eat can have a direct on your energy level, physical health and mood. A healthy die is one that has enough of each essential nutrient, contains many foods from all of the basic food groups, provides the right amount of calories to maintain a healthy weight, and does not have too much fat, sugar, salt, or alcohol. Eating healthy foods can also help you maintain a healthy weight, healthy foods can reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer, and other diseases and a healthy diet is a good lifestyle.
This life factor can affects the individual negatively?
This can affect the individual because having a poor life expectancy leads to an unhealthy lifestyle isn't only about being the right weight for your height. Poor nutrition can impair the individual’s daily health and wellbeing and reduce their ability to lead an enjoyable and active life. having a poor diet can contribute to stress, tiredness and our capacity to work, and over time, it can contribute to the risk of developing some illnesses and other health problems such as being overweight, tooth decay, high blood pressure, heart disease, depression, eating disorders and many more.

Poor value housing is associated with poor health. Dampness and mould can increase the risk of allergic and inflammatory diseases including asthma. Poor housing is more likely to mean problems such as poor lighting, non-safety glass in windows, loose rugs and poor maintenance of stairs which may cause accidents. An overcrowded house may cause stress because of the lack of privacy in the home, noise and difficulties in relaxing and sleeping. Also an overcrowded house may limit people’s ability to access watching TV, internet, computer and washing facilities. ---This life factor can affects the individual positively?
---This life factor can affects the individual negatively?
Access to health and social care services-
Areas with high proportion of low income households may have poorer health facilities than more wealthy areas. Studies have shown that life expectancy is shorter in deprived areas of housing. Despite the NHS being free for