Diabetes in women Work culture , Risk and More
Most women are like a machine that works silently. She has jobs from dawn to end. Domestic Work, Office Work, and Domestic Work ....
If you are a hard working woman, don't say so. But there is no good news for women who work such jobs. A study published in the biomedical journal Diabetes Research and Care states that women who work long hours are 70 percent more likely to develop diabetes.
Women who work 45 or more hours a week have a 63% higher risk of developing diabetes compared to women who work 35 to 45 hours a week.
The number of people with diabetes in the world is increasing every day. It is estimated that by 2030, 439 million people will be diagnosed with diabetes. The number of people with diabetes is 50 percent higher than in 2010.
The study also found that men who worked longer hours were less likely to develop diabetes.
When you get home from work in the office, you will find a hundred jobs there. This can often pressure a woman. Stress can negatively impact health. According to Mahi Gilbert Ouimet of the University of Toronto, a researcher involved in the study.
Women who work longer hours are sometimes paid less than men. Workplace inequality can also cause stress.
Most women work without eating good food, exercising and not getting enough sleep. Women often do not care about her health - the study says.
A 12-year study of 7065 people in Canada found that working longer hours increased the risk of diabetes in women.
While doctors know that diabetes raises the risk of heart failure, a global study of 12 million people has found that this risk is greater for women than men.
While Type-1 diabetes is associated with a 47 per cent excess risk of heart failure in women compared to men, Type-2 diabetes has a nine per cent higher excess risk of heart failure for women than men, said the study published in the journal Diabetologia.
"Some major concerns are that women are also being under-treated for diabetes, are not taking the same levels of medications as men and are less likely to receive intensive care," Peters said. Diabetes is the ninth leading cause of death in women and claims 2.1 million female lives every year, more so than men. The number one leading cause of death for women is heart disease.
Women are more likely to have heart failure due to diabetes than men
Women with diabetes have a higher risk of heart attack than men. This information has been given in a new study. The study says that the risk of heart failure in diabetic women is 47 percent higher than men.
The real reason for this is negligence in treatment and not being able to take good care. This study says that the way men get the level of care in the treatment of diabetes, the way women do not get it.
Scientists associated with the study say that this risk for type 1 diabetes increases. Women who have type 1 diabetes have a 47% higher chance of heart flare than men.
At the same time, the risk of type 2 diabetes is nine percent higher than men. Scientists have concluded this after a study of 12 million people. Actually, people who have diabetes are more likely to get heart diseases. This is because of the high level of blood sugar. Actually, high blood sugar levels cause blockage in the blood arteries and increase the chances of heart failure.
8.7% of India's Have Diabetes
The risk of diabetes in India is increasing rapidly. 8.7 percent of the population is suffering from diabetes. Women and men aged between 20 and 70 suffer from diabetes. This is due to lifestyle stress, irregularity, unhealthy diet and tobacco use. Obesity is also the main cause of diabetes.
In 2017, India reported 7 crore cases of diabetes, which was possibly the highest in the world.
Women suffering from type 2 diabetes have sleep related problems: study
Women with type 2 diabetes suffer more from sleep problems during their periods. A new research has shown this fact. This study says that women who do not have type 2 diabetes are able to sleep comfortably during the period, while women suffering from type 2 diabetes are more prone to sleep problems. This study has been done in America.