Background: Health is a lively state of the body which adjusts and adopt
with the response to various environmental changes. There are several features that
can influence the health status of human beings. Therefore, the continuous research
study is highly essential to maintain a proper health care system in the community.
Objective: The diverse area of innovation was made in nanotechnology for
diagnosis and treatment of life-threatening diseases, such as obesity, diabetes,
cardiovascular disorders, cancer, leukemia, neurodegenerative disorders like
Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's diseases, etc. Nanotechnology generally refers
to the materials, devices, and systems in nanoscale which provides considerably
improved physical, chemical and biological property.
Methods: It is technology which deals with the design, synthesis, characterization
of substances, devices and systems by arranging shape and size at their nanometer
scale. It involves multidisciplinary research which includes both health science and
technology for the treatment of human health. Nanotechnology can be applied at
the cellular level in the human body with a high degree of specificity to treat the
Conclusion: This technology is potentially targeted to diseased tissue to achieve
maximum therapeutic efficacy with fewer side effects. Nowadays, the rapidity of
revolutionary discoveries in the field of nanotechnology is expected to accelerate in
the next decade globally.