Which of these symptoms are short- term consequences and which is long-term consequence of poor nutrition?
high blood pressure
*Not all of these are related to poor neutron*
- Anonymous5 years agoFavorite Answer
bad moods: short term
fatigue: short term
AIDS: not secondary to nutrition but long term
diabetes: long term
depression: could be either, but I'm going with long term
paralysis: I don't see this as being secondary to nutrition & I can see it as being long OR short term
heart disease: long term
obesity: long term
high blood pressure: they are PROBABLY looking for long term as the correct answer
cancer: omg! DEFINITELY long term
influenza: I don't see this as secondary to nutrition, but it is a short term condition
deficiency disease: hmmmm, kind of tricky. I believe that it should be correctable, but with that typed, deficiencies can lead to long term conditions. I'd say short term with the POTENTIAL of long term complications.
tooth decay: easily correctable, so from that perspective short term. If not corrected, tooth decay can lead to conditions such as heart disease, which is long term. I'd say shorterm with POTENTIAL long term complications.
Good luck!Source(s): RN