Thursday, 28 January 2016

India is the diabetes capital of the world!

As many as 50 million people suffer from diabetes type 2 diabetes capital of the world, India is a challenge to face. However, early detection and clinical management of patients the right to lead a normal life can go a long way in helping that. Most diabetes worldwide and particularly in India, one of the diseases could be talked about, but with an awareness of type 2 diabetes than any other, with India's more truth that (50 million) can be estimated by the nation.
The highest number of diabetics in the world with the country being, the Chinese disease in our country today is creating a huge health problem. Often known as the diabetes capital of the world, India International Journal of Diabetes in developing countries, according to an alarming increase in the incidence of diabetes has been observed. Diabetes World Health Organization (WHO), according to the fact sheet, an estimated 3.4 million deaths caused by high blood sugar can cause.
The measure (recorded in 2010) by 2030 from 438 million to 285 million. Similarly, for India, this increase will be 58 percent by 2030. But the debate, discussion and debate in the 51 million to 87 million people by 2010 is estimated, the main thing is to know exactly what is diabetes.
To put it simply, this type of diabetes, type 2 diabetes and insulin response in the event of defective insufficient production and secretion of insulin from the pancreas is caused by a medical condition. Under normal circumstances the body, blood glucose levels tightly, by insulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas are controlled. Insulin reduces blood glucose levels. Blood glucose elevates (for example, after a meal), insulin is released from the pancreas to normalize the glucose level. In patients with diabetes, the absence or insufficient production of insulin causes hyperglycemia.
Diabetes is, the lifestyle changes by introducing stopped at an early stage and early and advanced stages of the administration of drugs through external insulin can be controlled after the events, a chronic medical condition Is. But it is perfectly fine and a lifetime can not be wrong to say that.
Diabetes mellitus is one of the world's major diseases. Around the world an estimated 143 million people affected and their number is growing rapidly. In India, about 5 per cent of the population suffers from diabetes. Regular medical check-ups and health professionals to control the timely detection and problem plays an important role in managing stress. Ironically, patient resistance and diabetes is also that sense of disbelief, most patients can detect and often leads to complications that tend to postpone treatment due.
The prevalence of diabetes monitoring period which are related to cardiovascular disease, kidney, nerve and visual disorders as a result of the increased risk of vascular complications.

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