Difference between acute and chronic disease ?

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Acute diseases have rapid onset, severe symptoms, short and definite duration e.g. Flu, malaria, measles, gastroenteritis etc. Depending on the condition and severity, acute diseases can be treated in few hours to few days. Except some conditions like urinary infections, acute diseases are seasonal; many people get them at the same time. Chronic diseases have slow onset and long indefinite duration e.g. diabetes, hypertension, rheumatoid arthritis, asthma. In chronic diseases patients start feeling better within few days of taking suitable Homeopathic Medicine. Usually chronic diseases have acute episodes (e.g. getting pain or coughing once a week) in their course. During the treatment, progress of case is determined by degree of relief, frequency, intensity and duration of the acute episode. During the homeopathic treatment, patients experience better degree of relief and increased interval between episodes, lessen intensity of symptoms and shorter duration of acute episodes. Most ...
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