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Friday, February 17, 2012

Diabetes in the U.K. How big an issue is it for you?

By Julian D Etheringto

How big an issue is diabetes in the U.K.? Huge, according to a doctor friend of mine and according to Diana Young, chief executive of DiabetesUK, it's the most serious health challenge of our times.

Type 2 diabetes can develop through a lack of maintaining a healthy lifestyle and once you are diagnosed, then looking after your health becomes an even more important part of your daily life. By getting back on track, you can reverse the situation. However, this condition now affects 3.7 million people across the U.K. and accounts for 10% of the National Health Service budget. These statistics are still increasing.

So just what is diabetes and why is it such a huge issue in the U.K. today? Well Type 1 diabetes is a condition that is linked to your body's immune system whereas type 2 diabetes is a condition that is linked to how your body deals with sugar and insulin produced in your system and can develop at any stage of your life. It is linked with your food intake and level of activity in your daily life. Type 2 has become a condition that is a symptom of changing lifestyle choices and you are more likely to develop the condition if you have a sedentary lifestyle and are overweight or obese.

Wider issues surrounding diabetes that have come into play in Europe are also due to impinge on the U.K. The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency are preparing us for new European legislation by rewriting license application forms as according to the new European Directive, diabetics must now report 2 or more severe hype episodes within 12months of them occurring. Debates are ongoing as to what constitutes a severe episode.

It is a huge issue and one that is not easily going to go away. It will also continue to put a strain on government and NHS resources as they fight to deal with the health costs of a nation becoming more obese and more likely to develop conditions such as diabetes and other related illnesses. They is definitely an increase in barometric surgery. However, this a very drastic may to deal with a weight increase and not one to be undertaken lightly as it has long term consequences and is in many cases, irreversible.

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