The World Health Organization predicts that by 2030, diabetes will be the seventh leading cause of death in the world.
Diabetes, a leading cause of many diseases, including blindness, kidney failure, heart attack, stroke, and limb amputation, affects more and more people around the world.
The world celebrates World Diabetes Day today on November 14 to raise awareness of this disease. Its cause and its impact on the lives of people living with people all over the world. The disease is dangerously silent and rooted in the world. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the frequency of diabetes globally has risen rapidly, primarily in low-income and middle-income countries. I went to an adult over 18 years old. It increased from 4.7% in 1980 to 8.5% in 2014, and the number of affected people increased from 180 million in 1980 to 422 million in 2014. "By 2030, diabetes is the world's seventh leading cause of death, and it is the leading cause of death in the world by 2030." Diabetes is a serious epidemic that affects people's health today, It is estimated that 1.6 million deaths from diabetes in 2015 and 2.2 million deaths from hyperglycemia in 2012. Almost half of deaths due to hyperglycemia occurred before age 70. On the other hand, Jamal Belkhadir Diabetes mellitus Jamal Belkhadir Chairman of the Moroccan League told MAP that diabetes represents the leading cause of death from kidney failure in Morocco and in the world today The main cause of morbidity and mortality from cardiovascular disease Warned about the worrying situation in Morocco. "According to recent estimates, about 2 million There are 10% of people with epilepsy, and 40% of them do not recognize diabetes. The economic impact of diabetes worldwide is tremendous. Especially in developing countries. If nothing is done, diabetes threatened to absorb the benefits of global economic progress.
The theme of "Family and Diabetes", selected as the 2018 edition of the day, aims to involve more parents and health professionals in the prevention and management of this disease. This international theme therefore requires the involvement of an aide to better cope with the illness of a diabetic patient, and is sometimes constrained. In fact, diabetes requires the active participation of family and friends in managing patient support and possible discomfort.