How many years the forecast (how long) on average, people live patients 1 diabetes mellitus, type 2

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life with diabetesnowadays the problem of diabetes is extremely high and is on par with cardiovascular disease and cancer. According to the world health organization (who), approximately 180 million people worldwide have diabetes. In Russia, according to statistics, affected about 3 million people. Alarming high rates of morbidity, including children. Increases and mortality among patients with diabetes mellitus, according to who forecasts, in the next ten years will grow by 50%. From diabetes, and not live to forty years, die 15% of cases, and every year die from the disease in 5.5% of patients. The main causes of mortality in diabetes are the complications on the background of the development of the disease. As a result of various studies, it was found that the average duration of life in women is reduced by 19 years, and men - 12 years. Depending on the duration of diabetes mellitus and its type, so does the structure of causes of death.

How many years on average live with diabetes type 1

diabetes mellitus type I (insulin-dependent) develops at a young age, to 30 years of age, occurs in 10% of cases. With further renal and cardiovascular system, a third of all cases die within the next 30 years. At emergence of various complications, the life expectancy is greatly reduced. When you maintain normal levels of blood sugar possible improvement, which is reflected in life expectancy. Patients with proper nutrition and glycemic control can live up to 60-70 years.


How many years on average live patients with type 2 diabetes

life expectancy with diabetesthe Development of diabetes mellitus type II (non-insulin-dependent) increases after age 50 and 85% of all cases of diabetes. Patients dramatically increases the risk of cardiovascular disease, which is the main cause of mortality (70%), in second place - renal failure ( 8%). In addition, further development of the disease can lead to disability that will entail death. The life expectancy in patients with type II decreases by 5 - 10 years. To improve the complications, and prevent progression, possibly with the control blood pressure, glycemic control, which, in turn, affects the prolongation of life of the patient.

Given that diabetes is an incurable disease, to improve the quality and life extension up to 70 years, it is necessary to timely and properly diagnose a disease, strictly follow the recommendations of a physician, completely change the mode diet and constantly monitor glucose level blood.