Reducing the burden of non-communicable diseases by providing a multidisciplinary lifestyle treatment intervention for type 2 diabetes
According to The International Diabetes Foundation, in 2021, approximately 537M adults were living with diabetes worldwide, and there were about 60M in Europe.Type 2 diabetes is the most common form accounting for 90% of all cases of diabetes
The overall risk of dying among people with type 2 diabetes is at least, double the risk of their healthy peers.Overall, diabetes leads to high costs sustained by governments, and it represents 10% of the global health expenditure.
The aim is to tackle reduction of healthcare and economic burden of type 2 diabetes through intensive lifestyle changes and from a multidisciplinary point of view – from clinical follow-up and medicine adjustments to improved nutrition & relaxation and increased physical exercise.
- Healthy lifestyle
- Balanced diet
- Regular physical activity
- Not smoking
- Healthy body weight
- Good mental health
- Good sleep habits
- Relaxation techniques practices