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  • we explain malnutrition.

  • Malnutrition occurs when a person gets too much or too little of certain nutrients.

  • A person with malnutrition may experience tiredness, irritability and an inability to concentrate.

  • Malnutrition can also lead to general health problems, slow recovery from wounds and illnesses and a high risk of infection.

  • Malnutrition can occur for various reasons, including one lack of food to difficulty in meeting are absorbing nutrients, such as with certain diseases or conditions like chronic nausea.

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  • Physical problems such as badly fitting dentures.

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  • Mental health conditions like depression or anorexia nervosa.

  • Five.

  • Social and mobility problems such as living alone, being unable to reach a food store or lack of money to buy food.

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  • Digestive disorders causing the body to not absorb nutrients Sufficiently.

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  • Alcohol and drug abuse.

  • So who is at risk?

  • People living in areas where food is scarce.

  • Those who are socially isolated, those with a low income people with underlying health issues or with eating disorders and the elderly are all that risk of malnutrition.

  • Treatment depends on the severity of the malnutrition and the presence of any other underlying conditions or complications.

  • Individual treatment plans are made for malnourished people by health care providers, ultimately to prevent malnutrition and sure consumption of a range of nutrients from a variety of food types.

  • Yeah, also provide the elderly, the young and the ill with additional care to ensure that they obtained the nutrients they need.

we explain malnutrition.

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What is Malnutrition?

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/03/15
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