Diabetes mellitus (DM) also known as diabetes, is a chronic metabolic disorder that is rapidly becoming a worldwide concern with severe economic, social, and health consequences. Diabetes is a collection of metabolic illnesses defined by hyperglycemia that results due to abnormalities in the secretion of insulin, its action, or a combination of the two. According to the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), there were around 387 million diabetics worldwide in 2014, with that number anticipated to climb to 592 million by 2035.Additionally, the fact that over half of the population has diabetes that goes undiagnosed adds to the difficulty of diagnosis. Diabetes is already on the increase in India as a result of a combination of genetic predisposition and lifestyle changes brought about by globalization and urbanization. Even though diabetes affects a large section of India's population, diabetes awareness campaigns are few and far between, although it is one of the most severe issues to be addressed. Regular exercise, stress management, yoga, and regular exercise, as well as mindful nutrition, are all important aspects of diabetes control. This research gives an overview of the current status of diabetes in India, as well as the influence of nutrition, geographic distribution, and air pollution on the spread of the disease. It also addresses some of the diabetic therapies.
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