"World Diabetes Day" is celebrated on November 14th each year, to raise awareness of the condition that millions of people around the world live with everyday. Diabetes has become a major public health concern, especially in India for many reasons. Today, over 300 million people live with diabetes. There are similarities in high risk. Diabetes is a major health issue in our country. One of the important obstacles in dealing with this issue is changing people's behaviors and an awareness of the importance of adapting lifestyle. Diabetes makes people suffering from heart disease, kidney failure and infectious diseases such as tuberculosis, malaria, and HIV / AIDS, among others, leading to premature death. Sugar is a new tobacco, experts, medical studies and health organizations have stated. The belief is that diabetes is a civic and rich human disease but we now know that the annual increase in diabetes numbers is much higher in rural areas, poor and less educated individuals. Diabetes is a major cause of blindness, kidney failure, heart attack, stroke and lower legs.
Diabetes is not dead, it only needs regular monitoring and medication and disciplined living. Regular exercise and healthy eating is the only way to control blood sugar levels and keep it fit. Disease is not a disease but a metabolic disorder. Accepting the problem is the first step to deal with. We need to address the statement that "strengthening primary care is essential". This is true of diabetes not only, but for all major and persistent disorders. Many patients believe that there are only changes in food habits and taking an alternative therapy that can control diabetes but that is impossible. You have to have a lifestyle correction, but one can not prevent people from insulin. Insulin taking does not lead to the formation of ulcers, infections and high levels of sugar. Excessive urine, thirst and hunger, unknown weight loss and tiredness are some of the common symptoms. All of these occur due to lack of insulin.
According to the Diabetes Institute of India, about 50.9 million people in India suffer from diabetes, and this figure is likely to reach 80 million by 2025, making it a Diabetes Capital & # 39; the world.
Unhealthy diet is one of the main causes of disorder. People focus on reducing the amount of food but they are not aware of the caloric value of the food items they eat. The medical fraternity needs to transport to the challenge of preventing, diagnosing and treating diabetes in society and people. Several organizations have started in-service programs to improve the core knowledge, skills and competencies of primary care doctors to provide standardized care.
We need to work with governments, civil society, private sectors, schools, workplaces, the media and other local partners. We all play a part in ensuring a healthier environment for living. Perhaps walking is the simplest way and the most effective way of maintaining your own health, and for diabetics to control chronic disease as it does not require any special training or equipment, ; n means that it can be done without a break. Living with diabetes may not be easy but it is not impossible either. A new lifestyle and dietary changes are all taken to keep the disease in control.
(The opinion expressed by the author in the article is he / she himself.)