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Type 2 diabetes is a chronic health condition where the body struggles to effectively regulate blood sugar levels. Unlike type 1 diabetes, which is often genetic, type 2 diabetes is typically linked to lifestyle factors like poor diet and lack of physical activity. When someone has type 2 diabetes, their cells don’t respond well to insulin, a hormone that helps sugar enter cells for energy, causing blood sugar to rise. Over time, high blood sugar can lead to serious health problems, but with lifestyle changes like healthier eating, regular exercise, and sometimes medication, it can often be managed effectively to maintain a balanced and healthy life.

Type 2 Diabetes Prevalence in the

537 million adults (20-79 years) are living with diabetes. This number is predicted to rise to 643 million by 2030 and 783 million by 2045.

Over 3 in 4 adults with diabetes live in low-and middle-income countries.

Diabetes is responsible for 6.7 million deaths in 2021-1 every 5 seconds.

Diabetes caused at least USD 966 billion dollars in health expenditure-a 316% increase over the last 15 years.

541 million adults have Impaired Glucose Tolerance (IGT),which places them at high risk of type 2 diabetes.

Type 2 Diabetes Prevalence in the :

1 in 11 adults (90 million) are living with diabetes.

The number of adults with diabetes is expected to reach 113 million by 2030 and 151 million by 2045.

Over 1 in 2 adults living with diabetes are undiagnosed.

747,000 deaths caused by diabetes in 2021.

USD 10 billion spent on diabetes in 2021.

Type 2 Diabetes Prevalance in Ministry of Health Malaysia

At the end of the reporting year for 2019,there were a total of 1,614.363 patients enrolled in the registry and there were 897,421 active diabetes patients in the NDR. Nearly all the patients enrolled in the NDR were diagnosed with T2DM. At of end of 2019 patients diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (T1DM) or other forms of DMI comprised only 0.62% and 0.09% respectively.
According to the 2021 International Diabetes Federation (IDF) survey, about 4.43 million Malaysians suffer from diabetes, and the prevalence of diabetes has risen from 13.4% in 2015 to 19% in 2021.

Which is in every 5 adults, I person suffers from diabetes, and the mortality rate of diabetes under the age of 60 is as high as 9.3%.

Experts also predict that by 2045, there will be 6.46 million adults in Malaysia suffering from diabetes. The prevalence of diabetes among those aged 20-79 will reach 19.6%.

In 2021, the first Malaysia Diabetes Index (MDI) shows that Malaysians do not fully understand diabetes and the complications it causes. More than half (52%) of the respondents did not know that diabetes is incurable, while 51% believed that diabetes is not difficult to control. Astonishingly, one in three patients (37%) was unaware of abnormal blood sugar readings.

Diabetes not only brings harm to the body, but also increases the economic cost, especially to the government. The government spends billions of ringgits every year to treat diabetic patients.

Diabetes Complications

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