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Influence of Diabetes Around The World

Diabetes is a deadly disease that is taking over the world. As per defined by the doctors, it is called diabetes mellitus. A condition where the patient has high blood sugar (glucose). The reason could be that there’s no fair proportion of the formation of insulin or perhaps the body cell isn’t responding precisely to the insulin. On the other hand, maybe it could be both options.

The diabetes patient often become hungry easily, has the urge of urination frequently and thirsty.

An estimate says that in 2013, people having diabetes were 382 million. Moreover, in the next 25 years, one will notice massive change throughout the world.

Before we go through the influence of diabetes around the world, it is crucial to know what does it mean and its symptoms.

What is Diabetes? What are their types?

Diabetes is a long-term condition in which the blood sugar level is always high. There are three types of diabetes.

Type 1 Diabetes

The first one is “type 1 Diabetes” where the body doesn’t make insulin. In other words, it is also known as insulin-dependent diabetes. Generally, adults and teenagers are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.

As there’s no insulin creation – the person detected with the type 1 diabetes have to take regular insulin injection.

Additionally, they also have to follow a strict diet consisting of healthy food cutting down on the items that contain starch and sugar. Besides, proper nutrition, the patient has to take frequent blood tests checking whether the sugar level is being maintained or not.

Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes is one where there is the minimal production of insulin, or the cells become insulin resistance. It is difficult to control diabetes, though some people go for the regular clinical trials, maintaining weight, eating healthy food, and tracking down the sugar levels occasionally.

If you wish to avoid the type 2 Diabetes, then keep a check on the weight.

Gestational Diabetes

The last type is called Gestational diabetes that affects women during pregnancy. When the production of glucose is high level, and then the body is unable to produce enough insulin that will be transmitting glucose to cells of the body – it is called Gestational Diabetes

Diabetes Preventive Measures

Again, like mentioned above, females can control diabetes by performing yoga and appropriate exercise, eating the right amount of healthy food.

However, before you perform any exercise or indulge in food – go through a clinical trial, ask the doctor what’s healthy for you and the baby.

So, that was all about different types of diabetes. Now, let us see how the epidemic is influencing around the world.

Diabetes is a public health problem that 415 million people suffer. According to a survey conducted that by the beginning of 2040 the number of people will increase reaching 642 million.

Around 17.7 million people die in the world due to cardiovascular disease. Moreover, guess what? Diabetes and hypertension are significant factors for causing cardiovascular disease.

Even, obesity is influencing factor for diabetes.  Around one-third population of the world is having obesity and overweight. Also, what’s more, saddening is that 133 million children are either obese or heavy.

The primary concern regarding diabetes is that children will have type 2 diabetes even before they hit puberty. Besides, children the adults between the age of 35 to 64.  Diabetes is seen in the developing countries while in the developed countries the diabetes is detected in during or above the age of retirement.

According to the reports, 7 million people are identified with diabetes. Moreover, there’s a rapid growth in type 2 diabetes as there is a constant change in lifestyle changes. This change plays an important thereby spreading the dangerous disease.

The people who are suffering from type 2 diabetes have 2-4 times more chances of death due to cardiovascular disease. Considering how it’s the fourth frightening disease that causes death, there are necessary steps and awareness brought to prevent diabetes.

But, there are interior parts of the world where there’s no awareness, no sanitation and poverty drives them toward low calorie and unhygienic food.

Diabetes has become the global health problem of the 21st century. So what should you do to reduce the influence?

Well, it should begin from you first followed by society.

One can face many other complications due to diabetes. It includes a decrease in life expectancy, increasing disability, blindness and so much more.

Majority 90% of the population suffers from type 2 diabetes. The clinical trials conducted by the doctor shows that even 5% of weight loss would help in preventing the danger of diabetes.

We have narrowed down a few things you can start doing by yourself to reduce the risk of diabetes.

One of the most crucial parts of diabetes is to control the diet. Resist yourself from eating sugary and starch items. Carry out physical activities in your routine so as to lead a healthy life thereby diminishing the chances of chronic illness.

At the global level, the lot of technologies and laboratories are working together in bringing a medicine that can eradicate diabetes.

The advancement in technology is bringing new treatments. One of them is the treatment where the focus is on the VEGF-B. It is a protein in the body that involves how the fat is being transported and then stored. By using a specific drug called 2H10, one can stop the fat from going into the wrong areas like heart and blood vessels, muscles too.

It is going to take time in researching the right medicine that can prevent one from getting diabetes. Though with proper diet and the most important activity, – EXCERCISE – one can avoid themselves from getting type1 or type 2 diabetes.

Finally yet importantly, a gentle reminder – it is entirely upon you to look after your health. Listen to your body what it says and how does it react. Go for frequent clinical trials under an expert doctor and let the change begin from YOU.

About Mrs Ismail

Mrs Ismail
An entrepreneur, blogger, self-employed person. Health Geek, a physical instructor at school and content writer. I'm happy in my little world and best wishes for everyone.

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