"Prevention is better than cure" Researching and treating diseases is too costly so it would be better to invest in preventive measure. To what extent do you agree.

Nowadays, people have
forgotton
not noticed inadvertently
forgotten
that "Health is wealth" and
instead
they are more focussed on earning money. Long hours of work and unhealthy food habits have led to more diseases. Rather than trying to prevent the
disease
, treatment has become more common.
In
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From
my point of view prevention is always better than cure. Researching and treating a
disease
take
alot
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a lot
of money and efforts. Even if there is a
medication
available for the
disease
still it takes time to heal.
Also
, the
medication
available will always have some side-effects to it. Either you will be feeling dizzy all day or will not be at your fullest energy levels. Excessive intake of some medicines can
also
impact your liver and your appetite.
Instead
of going through so much of trouble, it is always advised to prevent the diseases in advance by taking proper meals, exercising and improving sleep habits.
On the other hand
, there are some times when you can't prevent a
disease
.
For example
, if there is a communicable
disease
, we can try as much as possible, but the chances of getting it becomes very high. In those cases all we can do is rely on
medication
and
then
wait for the body to get cured. There are many times when we are busy with our work, or family, or just daily routines that we don't get time for taking
of
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on
our health, at those times only treating the
disease
is the only way left. To conclude,
however
prevention is the best way one has, to lead a healthy life. But, due to the busy and fast moving life,
sometimeswe
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sometimes we
have to rely on
medication
.
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