Men are More Prone to Diabetes than Women

1st January, 1970

Men are More Prone to Diabetes than Women

Due to the rapidly changing lifestyles in urban and rural India, men are found to be more prone to diabetes than women. Diabetes mellitus(DM), is responsible for diabetes in 31 percent of women and 32 percent of men in India. People with pre-diabetes can overcome the disease by taking corrective measures like healthy lifestyle, dietary control, and lifestyle changes. People with a history of obesity, obvious family history, a sedentary lifestyle, and high blood sugar in pregnancy are at a higher risk of developing diabetes.

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