Wednesday , October 5 2022

Nigeria: World Diabetes Day – 25 million Africans in the world with type 2 diabetes


In Africa 25 million people live in type 2 diabetes. World Health Organization says no less than half of them do not know their status.

As part of World Health Day, a Regional Director of Africa, Dr. Motti Mothi said.

90 percent diabetes and type II diabetes. In diabetes, diabetes can include blindness, kidney failure, lower limbs, and other complications.

World Diabetes Day is celebrated on November 14th. Encourage people for routine medical examination to sensitize illness and to receive or receive the disease.

This year, the theme of the celebration is "family and diabetes."

In a press conference in Nigeria, Moitay said: "Nigeria's critique of the diabetes and the diabetes of individuals and families and their role in controlling the nitrate," said Nigeria's Queen Peter.

Diabetes is one of the most dangerous non-communicable diseases in the world. In 2015, 1.6 million deaths were directly related to diabetes. In 2012, 2.2 lakh deaths were responsible for high blood glucose.

Diabetes is a serious illness that raises the blood sugar. It may be due to pancreas that can not be effectively used for insulin (type 1 diabetes) or insulin (type 2 diabetes) produced by the body.

The African government demands healthcare services to provide people with centralized primary health care and universal health care. In 1980, it was 4 million from 4 million in the same year in the region.

He pointed out that occupation, lack of physical activity, and the standard of living of elderly people.

Since 1980, the event of Type II diabetes has been dramatically increased in all income levels in all countries. Obesity is the most important type of diabetes, heart disease, and other infectious diseases.

He said the disease is always a big influence on the family. This is the international agency chosen as part of the IAS family this year.

Early diagnosis and treatment are very important in preventing the complications of diabetes.

Primary Diseases are proof that family members can distinguish diabetes because diabetes can pay from their families.

Family support for diabetes is a major advantage, for example, family can buy healthy balanced foods, encourage participation in physical activity and promote healthy living conditions.

Diabetes mellitus or premature death pushes families into poverty, he said, adding that diabetes is a major burden on health care management and the national economy.

Talking about the dangers prescribed for diabetes, a doctor, Taveria Adongo said it is difficult for diabetes to become a difficult disease in high-risk co-ailments (disabling life). Control the limited resources and limited care and care.

He said that pregnant women are more likely to become diabetics and that children and adults are probably suspicious.

Daily diagnoses with diabetes every day should be taken with medication, normal medical check-up, and a medical family in Nigeria can cause problems such as eye, hands, feet, kidneys and brains. Half of the monthly rent is spent as part of treating a family member with diabetes.

Referring to the free ARV drugs available to HIV / AIDS patients, "One of my patients is much better than that of HIV patients and these drugs and tests have to spend a lot of money.

"It is good to develop a community as a source of access to diagnosis, drug delivery and social support services for those living through this illness," said Adongo.

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