explain prevention is better than cure

There are many diseases that cannot be cured. No medicines are there yet to treat them like AIDS or cancer. So it is better not to get the disease rather than to cure it. If we can prevent the disease to occur then no medicines are required. More over the medicines have several side effects that may destroy some other system while curing a disease. Thus it is better to prevent the disease to occur than to cure it by applying medicines. Hence prevention is better than cure.

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‘Prevention is better tnan cure” is a wise saying which has comedown to us since ages. It holds true for ever. The wisdom of the saying lies in the fact that a little effort in the early phase of a problem helps to solve it before it becomes too difficult to be solved. This principle is always observed by wise people to succeed in life. Those who do not observe this principle usually suffer even if they are intelligent and hard-working. Observance of this principle becomes a part of one’s nature ; indifference to this principle also becomes a bad habit leading to uneasy consequences

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This proverb "Prevention is better than cure" advises us to be cautious and careful to detect and root out the cause of a trouble before it overtakes us and gets aggravated. This proverb, on the face of it, applies to physical health.

It is good to see a doctor when we are sick, but it would be still better not to fall sick at all by taking precautionary and preventive measures, well in advance. If we are a little cautious at the time of change of season, we may not fall sick. But if we are indifferent or negligent, the illness may attack us and its cure may prove costly or, perhaps even impossible.

The truth contained in this proverb holds well in any sphere of life. Neglecting our studies throughout the year and then studying with a nervous heart when exams are around the corner indicates the truth in this proverb.

Thus, this proverb reminds us that most of our misfortunes can be avoided only if we see the trouble and take a little trouble to ward it off as early as possible.

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This proverb "Prevention is better than cure" advises us to be cautious and careful to detect and root out the cause of a trouble before it overtakes us and gets aggravated. This proverb, on the face of it, applies to physical health.

It is good to see a doctor when we are sick, but it would be still better not to fall sick at all by taking precautionary and preventive measures, well in advance. If we are a little cautious at the time of change of season, we may not fall sick. But if we are indifferent or negligent, the illness may attack us and its cure may prove costly or, perhaps even impossible.

The truth contained in this proverb holds well in any sphere of life. Neglecting our studies throughout the year and then studying with a nervous heart when exams are around the corner indicates the truth in this proverb.

Thus, this proverb reminds us that most of our misfortunes can be avoided only if we see the trouble and take a little trouble to ward it off as early as possible.

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1.] when we suffer from a disease than the body does not function properly.

2.] even after treatment,we may not get well again. for ex., an attack of polio can cause paralysis.

3.] during an infection, we may become the source of infectious agents and spread the diseases to the other people.

4.] even after treatment , it can take long time in the recovery of the disease.

hence, prevention is better than cure.

 

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