Diabetes prevalence and next generation

Metabolic diseases In the absence of insulin called hormones (type-1 diabetes) or decreasing or decreasing efficacy (type-2 diabetes). Insulin leads to blood glucose caused by food metabolism, which increases the amount of blood glucose in the disease. Glucose is the source of energy of the body.

Millions of people are currently suffering from type 2 diabetes. The rate of infection is higher in developing countries. Diabetes is rapidly expanding due to socio-economic development, urbanization, changes in life and diet, technology development, environmental issues etc. In developing countries, the trend of low age is now seen in developing countries. As a result, the vast population of young people is suffering from this disease, and most of the affected people are the earning people of the world. In this case, children are excluded. Children are accustomed to high-calorie foods or fast food instead of healthy foods and are unable to play sports in the field, and later they are at risk of diabetes. In addition, during pregnancy the tendency of this disease is increasing. Those who had diabetes in their pregnancy later on risk 50% of their diabetes. Not only this, their children also have the risk of developing diabetes in the future.

So Diabetes is having an epidemic. But hopefully, this is a preventable disease. Through the right lifestyle and modern treatment, this disease can be controlled. However, the treatment of this disease like other non-invasive and long-term diseases is costly. If the disease is not controlled properly, different complications arise. Along with the treatment of diabetes, such as hypertension, excess fat in the blood, and the complications of uncontrolled diabetes, all of which are very costly to understand the burden of individuals and people. So it is very important to know about this disease and to inform and alert the people. In line with this goal, the International Diabetes Federation (FDI) and the World Health Organization (WHO) celebrate World Diabetes Day on November 14 every year. From 2014 to 2017, the issue of ‘The Health Concerned Life and Diabetes’

Healthy foods and exercises are key to healthy life. Healthy foods are balanced foods that will contain lots of vegetables, fruits, modest rice or bread, soft fruits and fresh fruit, instead of fresh fruits, nuts, coconut etc. At the same time, eat fast food, sugar or mint less and avoid smoking, drinking etc. Either way, one should not exclude food. Especially in the morning breakfast. Because the health-related breakfast in the morning provides nutritious food and reduces hunger.

As the people are now dependent on technology, the amount of physical labor is decreasing. As a result, the tendency of being thick is increasing. Unhealthy eating habits and prolonged in-risk are increasing the risk of diabetes.

So to protect the future generations from the horrors of diabetes, the relevant agencies, including the government, will now have to take necessary steps. It requires a proper and integrated plan. In this case, various media such as media, social media etc. can also play a role.



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