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DIABETES IN THE ARABIAN GULF
Diabetes in the Arabian Gulf
Diabetes is a disease that is prevalent in today’s society. The reason for this is that much of the
world’s population is tragically obese. Diabetes is a disease that occurs when there is too much sugar in
the blood. Although glucose is considered the main source of energy in the body, sometimes it remains
in the bloodstream too long and does not reach cells due to failure of the insulin hormone. The two
different types of diabetes are: Type 1 diabetes, which is caused by poor nutrition and a self-indulgent
lifestyle; Type 2 is hereditary and usually shows up during childhood. Type 1 diabetes is preventable if
people exercise and eat healthy. However, that is difficult these days with all of the fast food
restaurants and serve-yourself donuts in grocery stores. Junk food is always cheaper than healthy food.
There are things you can do to combat diabetes like eating nutritious food and exercising a few times a
week. There are billions of people on this planet and many of them have diabetes. Diabetes has been a
growing problem in various parts of the world, especially in the Arabian Gulf.
According to a Gulf News Health article, one in ten people in the Gulf States are living with
Type 2 diabetes (Diabetes Growing Rapidly, 2017). That may not seem like many, but when you
consider the fact that the Arabian Gulf is home to around 36.8 million people (Diabetes Growing,
2017), one in ten people having Type 2 diabetes makes a bigger impact. One of the leading reasons for
the increasing diabetes rates in the Arabian Gulf is obesity. Diabetes is also a regional problem with
Saudi Arabia rated in the top ten countries with the most diabetic population (Five Arabian Gulf
countries, 2014). This means that Saudi Arabia is one of the most at risk countries for diabetes in the
entire world. ...
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