People who suffer from chronic conditions have so much difficulty in managing their daily life. It is not easy to do the things that you want to do especially the activities that you are already used to do. If a person is still young, it is not easy to have self-control especially in terms of food. And to those who don’t have an active lifestyle, they are much more prone to having chronic diseases such as diabetes and respiratory diseases or other medical health conditions.
Asthma, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Chronic Bronchitis, Emphysema, Lung Cancer, Cystic Fibrosis, Pneumonia, Pleural Effusion, and all other chronic diseases can be experienced by anyone regardless of age and gender. In order to avoid these diseases, it is always good to maintain a healthy lifestyle. The European Centre for Connected Health was established here in Northern Ireland for the main purpose of helping citizens having chronic diseases to be able to live independently at home by developing new technologies. The centre offers a better quality of life.
It is intended to help those people having chronic diseases or long-term health conditions. Also, the people having chronic diseases are able to have an access to a remote monitoring service for their conditions. The staffs of the centre will continually practice an effective way to store all the data and access x-rays even all other diagnostic data. As the population in the country is continually increasing and there is a growing number of older people having chronic diseases, so the Health Minister and the staffs will also do their best.