India has become the diabetes capital of the world with around 50 million people suffering from the type- 2 diabetes and the country has a big challenge to face it.
However according to medical experts’ timely detection of the disease and right management can help patients in longer run to lead a normal life.
Diabetes is one of the most talked about diseases in the world and especially in India, but awareness about the same is not enough in India as number shows it.
According to WHO, 80 percent of deaths occurs in the low- middle income and as per its estimation it will get double in2016 to 2030.
Currently, it is an alarming condition for the people of India and to control the death rates. It is important to spread awareness regarding the disease.