It was previously thought that people in their forties or fifties were more likely to develop type 2 diabetes.
But now a new study has revealed that the number of cases of diabetes type 2 in people under the age of 40 has increased significantly in 30 years worldwide.
The study analyzed data from more than 200 countries and found that women under the age of 30, as well as citizens of poor and middle-income countries, were most affected by diabetes.
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According to research, increased body weight is proving to be the most important factor in increasing the risk of diabetes worldwide.
The researchers stressed that controlling body weight can prevent developing type 2 diabetes at an early age.
Diabetes increases the risk of various complications such as heart disease, vision loss and death.
The data indicate that the diagnosis of diabetes in people under the age of 40 is now becoming common, but so far no comprehensive research has been done in this regard.
With this in mind, the researchers examined data on new cases, deaths and other complications of type 2 diabetes in people aged 15 to 39 between 1990 and 2019 in 204 countries and regions.
They also examined various factors that increase the risk of the disease, including age, gender and social status.
The results showed that in 1990, the rate of diabetes among young people worldwide was 117 per 100,000 people, which increased to 189 in 2019.
Along with body weight, air pollution, smoking and poor diet were found to be important factors in increasing the risk of diabetes.
The findings were published in the journal BMJ.