World Diabetes Day 2020: An Attempt to Raise Awareness on Rising Concerns of Diabetic Patients

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World Diabetes Day (WDD) has started in 1991 by International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and World Health Organization (WHO). In fact, the day began in response to rising concerns about the escalating health threat posed by diabetes.

The goal of the World Diabetes Day campaign is to provide the support to IDF advocacy activities during the year. It is also the global motive to encourage the value of organised and concerted action to resolve diabetes as a major global health concern.

The World Diabetes Day initiative supports universal health coverage for affordable and equal access to diabetes treatment. It includes raising awareness and ability of people with diabetes and their families to take care of themselves. It also deals with cutting economic destitution in homes with very few strategies for dealing with the economic burden of diabetes.

Consciousness and Avoidance

Every year, we observe World Diabetic Day to highlight the importance of diabetes screening in people. Diabetes and the family are the theme for last year’s event. When a family is together, they will fend off all the diseases. For example, the following can control diabetes:

  • Choosing a balanced lifestyle
  • Exercise daily
  • Having a healthful meal
  • Staying happy and so on.

Every year, by observing the World Diabetes Day on 14th Nov; national and international medical groups are working hard to raise awareness and prevent diabetes.

People doesn’t figure out the need to avoid diabetes until they suffer from it. This negligence has created a major health problem. In fact, it has also resulted in potential deaths in the region.

Why people gets affected by Diabetes?

  • BMI overweight 23-24.9kg / m2
  • Having family history–either or both parents with diabetes
  • Femmes diagnosed with PCOS
  • Skin darkening at the back side of the person’s neck
  • Develop some dry or red patches on your skin
  • Hypertension / feeling tiredness
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