Overview of Diabetic Neuropathy: A Comprehensive Examination

Year : 2024 | Volume :14 | Issue : 01 | Page : 26-36
By

Gyanendra Kumar Gupta

Gagan Devi

Abstract

Abstract: India has earned the unfortunate distinction of being the global epicenter for diabetes, with an alarming projection of 109 million individuals expected to be afflicted by the condition by 2035The global influence of diabetic neuropathy is significant, with an estimated 132 million individuals affected as of 2010, constituting roughly 1.9% of the global populace. Notably, within the diabetic population, there exists a significantly heightened prevalence The prevalence of sensory peripheral neuropathy stands at 60.4%, with an incidence rate of 8.76%. trend is particularly concerning as individuals age, with the likelihood of neuropathy increasing over time.The pervasive nature of this disease extends beyond national borders, presenting a burgeoning global challenge that profoundly influences daily life. The repercussions of diabetic neuropathy are multifaceted, encompassing sensory impairments, motor dysfunction, and an array of complications that compromise overall well-being. Tasks as seemingly mundane as walking, grasping objects, or even maintaining balance become formidable challenges for those affected. Moreover, the socioeconomic ramifications of diabetic neuropathy are substantial, as individuals contend with reduced productivity, increased healthcare expenditures, and diminished quality of life. Furthermore, the burden extends to caregivers and healthcare systems, amplifying the strain on resources and exacerbating healthcare disparities. Essentially, the widespread and increasing occurrence of diabetic neuropathy emphasizes the critical necessity for comprehensive approaches focused on preventing, detecting early, and managing it effectively. Addressing this multifaceted challenge demands a concerted global effort, encompassing research, policy initiatives, public awareness campaigns, and accessible 2 healthcare services. Only through collective action can we hope to mitigate the profound impact of this global health crisis and alleviate the suffering endured by millions worldwide

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healthcare services. Only through
collective action can we hope to mitigate
the profound impact of this global health
crisis and alleviate the suffering endured

Keywords: Diabetes capital,Sensory peripheral neuropathy,Global problem .

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