And the number of people who suffer from it is expected to increase Diabetes To 700 million worldwide by 2045.
Gojka Roglik, the medical officer for diabetes management at World Health Organization “Diabetes” is indeed a complete epidemic of these dynamics that has nearly quadrupled the number of people with diabetes in the past 30 years.
Chronic disease is on the World Health Organization’s list of the top ten causes of death, after a significant increase of 70 percent since 2000.
It is known that diet and lifestyle can play a large role in the development of type 2 diabetes, but the disease in general is more complicated than just that.
There are 14 types of diabetes, which occur when the body’s ability to produce or respond to the hormone insulin is impaired. Type 1 and type 2 are the most common and there is also gestational diabetes, which can develop for a short time during pregnancy.
Type 1 is an autoimmune condition, in which the body cannot produce enough insulin and it often affects children. The reasons behind its development are not fully understood.
Type 2 diabetes is a type of disease in which the body can make insulin but cannot use it well by the organs. This type develops with age and can be caused by genetics and lifestyle. This type is responsible for 90 percent of diabetes cases, but there are solutions to control it.
Diabetes is a factor that affects your daily life. It requires you to treat yourself with tablets or insulin and you need to monitor your glucose levels and blood pressure.
Usually, daily treatment involves pricking your finger, which is time consuming and can be painful.
But technology has picked up in recent years and smart glucose sensors for diabetes care are getting easier.
One of the market leaders in the market is “Freestyle Libre”, by the American medical company “Abbott”, and it is used by 3 million people.
This small circular sensor is attached to the back of the upper arm, which is then scanned with your smartphone to get a glucose reading on mobile apps.
The problem is that the price of continuous diabetes treatment is not available to everyone around the world, as the Freestyle Libre device costs approximately $ 130.
Medicines and other technologies are developing to care for people with diabetes. Some newer technologies include closed-loop pancreatic systems, which continuously measure blood glucose levels and regulate your insulin level with little input required from people with diabetes.
With the great global attention focused on the emerging corona virus, he urges doctors not to ignore the “continuing epidemic”, which is killing many, which is diabetes.