The Homeless people of our country are in health problem. They are Suffering so much, So we The Sushasto (Well Health) Charity Wants to help them, we need Your Donations for make them better.
The homeless people experience illnesses and injuries to a much greater extent than does the population as a whole. The committee identified three sets of health problems that specifically relate to homelessness: Some health problems can cause a person to become homeless, for example, injury on the job resulting in the loss of employment and income, severe mental illness, alcoholism, drug abuse, and, more recently, AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome). Other health problems result from homelessness, for example, problems resulting from exposure, such as hypothermia; problems resulting from not being able to lie down, such as vascular and skin disorders of the legs and feet; and problems resulting from specific hazards of the homeless life-style, such as trauma from being mugged or raped on the streets. Many health problems require treatment that is made more complicated or impossible by the fact that the patient is homeless. Almost all illnesses and injuries fall within this category, and the difficulty encountered in attempting to treat even minor ailments when the patient is homeless is one of the major issues facing health care providers. One example would be the dietary limitations and the medication regimen that are part of the routine care of hypertension, a problem of particular significance among those past middle age and among blacks. Medication can rarely be taken as prescribed, and the sodium content of food derived from soup kitchens cannot be controlled. A simpler example would be the frequent order to "rest in bed"; this is virtually impossible if one does not have a bed, and very difficult at best if one must give up one's bed in a shelter every morning and wait until evening to be reassigned a bed.
The fundamental problem encountered by homeless people—lack of a stable residence—has a direct and deleterious impact on health. Not only does homelessness cause health problems, it perpetuates and exacerbates poor health by seriously impeding efforts to treat disease and reduce disability.
In short We Seeking Your Help for Them.