The World Health Organization estimates that by 2030 diabetes will be the seventh leading cause of death in the world.
The main cause of many diseases, such as blindness, renal failure, heart attack, stroke and lower extremity amputation, continues to affect more people worldwide.
The world celebrates November 14th World Diabetes Day to raise awareness of this disease and its impact on people's lives worldwide. This disease is as dangerous as it is dangerous, it is gaining place in the world. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the global prevalence of diabetes has increased rapidly, especially in low- and middle-income countries. In adults from the age of 18, it reached 8.5% in 2014 from 4.7% in 1980, and the number of people affected was 108 million in 1980. rose to million. "Diabetes; Today is a global outbreak with serious consequences for human health. In fact it is the main cause of many diseases such as blindness, renal failure, heart attack, stroke and lower extremity amputation, but it is also death. Until 2030, diabetes will be the seventh leading cause of deaths worldwide. World Health Organization (WHO), World Health Organization (WHO) World Health Organization (WHO) World Day (WHO), In 2015, 1.6 million deaths were directly caused by diabetes in 2015 and 2012; in addition, 2.2 million deaths were estimated to be due to hyperglycemia. He stated that almost half of diabetes-related deaths due to hyperglycemia occurred before the age of 70 years. Jamal Belkhadir, president of the Moroccan League (LMLCD) for Fighting Against Diabetes, said today that MAP represents the leading cause of death in Morocco and kidney failure worldwide. It is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality due to cardiovascular disease associated with other risk factors. In addition, he stated that he alarmed the alarming situation in Morocco, saying that according to recent estimates, a prevalence of about 40% was affected by about 40%, and that 40% were unaware of their diabetes. The economic impact of diabetes worldwide is tremendous, especially in developing countries, and if nothing is done, diabetes threatens to absorb the benefits of economic progress worldwide.
Keep in mind that the theme of çalışan family and diabetes sağlık selected for the 2018 edition of this day is aimed at dealing with more parental and health workers in the prevention and management of this disease. This international theme involves the participation of the diabetic patient's entourage to better cope with this disease, which is sometimes fraught with restrictions. Indeed, diabetes often requires active participation of family and friends in patient support and management of potential discomfort.