Various studies reported that, nowadays, our lifestyle is a major source of many diseases. The present aim of this paper is to cross-sectional study about the awareness of a group of people regarding their lifestyle, associated disease, and awareness of government health care facilities. We carried our study in Ha’il, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). For the present study, we consider 292 objects from Ha’il, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with various exclusion criteria such as suffering from any form of mental illness, suffering from any form of physical disabilities, suffering from any chronic illness that require regular prescriptions, no formal education, age below 25 years and above 50 years. The questionnaires were distributed among the participants. Next, we analyzed the data using various statistical measures. Our analysis showed that awareness among the group of people regarding their lifestyle, associated disease, and awareness of government health care facilities is not satisfactory. They have very few training in immunology. They have some awareness about government health care policies. Our study concludes that there is an urgent need for people’s awareness by establishing various health camps as well as various media. Our study will help the government policymaker to design effective policy regarding better health care facilities for the public especially in Ha’il, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Moreover, further study is required for finding the missing link between people’s awareness and available public health care facilities.