About 6% – 3.5 million people with diabetes in South Africa have been diagnosed with diabetes, and 5 million diabetics are eating diabetes and blood sugar levels are higher than normal, but can not be treated as diabetes. Most pre-orders in pre-prebates in South Africa have not been confirmed.
The second most common cause of death in the country is diabetes, according to the latest 2016 statistics report for mortality and mortality rates.
Most of the diabetic patients are type 2 diabetes – the level of sugar in high blood is dangerous due to insulin resistance. Types of type 2 diabetes can occur most often by lifestyle or genetic factors.
One person who has type 2 diabetes needs seven years of age because symptoms are moderate and may develop gradually. As a result, nearly 30 percent of type 2 diabetes have created complications during their diagnosis.
Symptoms of diabetes include serious, heart disease, stroke, blindness, fraction and kidney failure. Early diagnosis and proper treatment can eliminate these complications.
Type 2 diabetes puts a huge liability on health care systems in South Africa. Daily treatment, regular observation, healthy diet and lifestyle are essential to daily control of diabetes.
The costs associated with diabetes are concerned. There are direct expenses for diseases such as the hospital, cost of medicines, disability, indirect expenses, time spent for unemployed relatives and decreasing productivity.
About 76 per cent of diabetic deaths in South Africa and below 60 years of age. The age group of the most active population. Adult diabetes treatment for adults between 2010 and 2030 is expected to increase by 50 percent.
All South Africans have diabetes, and it is necessary to have symptoms of early detection, symptoms, symptoms and risk factors.
Diabetes is a condition in which the body is unable to maintain blood sugar levels in a normal condition. The four main components in diabetes management are:
Healthy eating habits – No special products needed.
Regular exercise – exercise sessions for 20-30 minutes, three times a week. People who have a short illness or do not exercise long term should consult a doctor before starting an exercise.
The use of drug / insulin vaccination recommended by a health care worker.
Check the blood sugar level.
You should be able to distinguish between blood sugar and high blood flow.
The high blood sugar levels are common symptoms:
More desirable than usual.
Hungry, regularly eating.
Feeling tired and insane
A little attention and a bad memory
Continuous skin infections
Source: Medicine, Health Sciences, Stollenbose University