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  • 1. Death to Diabetes Bringing back the hope . . . www.deathtodiabetes.com 1-800-813-1927 DeWayne McCulley Ex-diabetic Diabetes Educator Author
  • 2. Impact of Diabetes
    • Population
    • Cost: The Economics
    • Other Diseases
    • To You
    • (Financial, Emotional, Physical)
    • Cellular Level
  • 3. Health & Disease Trends
    • Dangerous Health & Disease Trends
    Obesity High Blood Pressure Type 2 Diabetes Life Expectancy
  • 4. Diabetes Impact to World Population
    • Diabetes is at epidemic levels worldwide:
      • 210 million diabetics worldwide
      • Top 5 countries with diabetes: India (40.9 M), China (39.8 M), United States (20.8 M), Russia (9.6 M), Germany (7.4 M).
      • Each year an additional 7 million people develop diabetes.
      • Every 10 seconds two people develop diabetes.
      • Each year 3.8 million deaths are attributable to diabetes.
      • Every 10 seconds a person dies from diabetes-related causes.
    • 90% diabetics will experience major complications:
      • Diabetes is the largest cause of kidney failure.
      • Diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of blindness and affects more than 2.5 million people.
      • Cardiovascular disease is the major cause of death in diabetes.
      • Type 2 diabetics are twice as likely to have a heart attack/stroke.
    • Good News!: More than 80% of Type 2 diabetes is preventable by adopting a healthy diet and increasing physical activity.
  • 5. Growing World Diabetic Population
    • Diabetes is at epidemic levels and growing!
    • Top 3 countries with diabetes in 2030:
      • India: 38.1M -- > 79.4M
      • China: 26.1 M -- > 42.3M
      • United States: 20.8M -- > 30.3M
    210M 2007 170M 2003 30M 1985 World Population 380M 2030 300M 2020
  • 6. Growing U.S. Diabetic Population
    • Diabetes is at epidemic levels and growing in U.S.!
      • 21 million diabetics in U.S.,170 million worldwide
      • 180 million overweight/obese Americans
      • Diabetic population will double by 2030!
    • People are living longer, but not living healthier :
      • Reliance on drugs, surgery, hospitals, more drugs
      • Complications: High blood pressure, Kidney failure/dialysis, Amputation, Blindness, Heart attack/stroke
      • Millions of non -diabetic people struggle with similar health issues
    21M 2007 17M 2003 15M 1999 U.S. Population 44M 2030 32M 2020
  • 7. U.S. Population Impact
    • 10 Red States: 70% diabetics A1C > 6.5% (incl. NY, PA, OH )
    • 30 Blue States: 65% diabetics A1C > 6.5%
    • 10 Gray States: Less than 35% diabetics A1C > 6.5%
    National Avg: 67%
    • Top States with Diabetes:
    • New York
    • Pennsylvania
    • Ohio
  • 8. Diabetes Impact on Corporations
    • Diabetes Impact on Corporations:
    • Increase in sick days, absenteeism
    • Lost workdays: 7-10 days a year
    • Loss in physical skills (e.g. to run heavy machinery)
    • Increase in accidents, safety issues
    • Increase in stress level
    • Decrease in work productivity
    • Increase in employee dissatisfaction, lack of loyalty
    • Increase in employee turnover
    • Increase in re-training costs
    • Loss of revenue/profits
    • Financial Impact 1 to Corporations:
    • 1992 to 2000: $7.3 billion per year
    • $4.4 billion in lost income due to early retirement
    • $0.5 billion due to increased sick days
    • $31.7 billion due to disability
    • $22.0 billion in lost income due to premature mortality
    • Total: $58.6 billion dollars in lost productivity, or $7.3 billion per year
    • 1 References: Health Serv Res. 2004 December; 39(6 Pt 1): 1653–1670 Sandeep Vijan, M.D., Dr. Vijan, Rodney A. Hayward, M.D.,
    • and Kenneth M. Langa, M.D., Ph.D; Health and Retirement Study. “Tracker File Version 3.0” 2002; American Diabetes Association.
    • “ Economic Consequences of Diabetes in the U.S. in 1997: American Diabetes Association.” Diabetes Care. 1998;21(2):296–309
  • 9. Diabetes Impact on Cultures
    • Diabetes is prevalent in all cultures and ethnic groups
      • Ethnic cultures/older people impacted the most: Twofold
      • New cases: 1.5 million/year
    • Diabetic complications are accelerating each year.
      • Complications and death rates: 27 percent higher for ethnic groups
      • Major Complications: Kidney failure/dialysis, Amputation, Blindness, Heart attack/stroke
    Caucasian- American Hispanic- American Native- American Gender Age > 60 5% 10% 15% 8.4% 17.4% 15.2% 22.6% 6.3% Age < 60 Male Female 20% 20.9% 9.8% 10.5% 8.8% African- American Asian- American
  • 10. Diabetes Costs to You
    • Annual Healthcare Costs for a Family:
    • Non-diabetic: $2,560
    • Diabetic: $13,243
    • Diabetic with wellness: $3,220
    • Medical Expenses:
    • Blood glucose test equipment
    • Drugs/medications
    • Lost wages from missing work
    • Medical insurance premiums
    • Kidney dialysis
    • Surgeries: Amputation, Heart, Eyes (for retinopathy, cataracts)
    • Hospital stays, Doctor appointments
    • Home visits, Outpatient care, Post-Op Care (after surgeries)
    • Nursing home care
    • Medical Debt: #1 cause of bankruptcy, homelessness!
    • Question: So, is it worth it to spend out-of-pocket money for wellness?
    • (e.g. diabetes workshop, health coaching)
  • 11. Potential Diabetes Cost Savings
    • Diabetics waste a minimum of $25 a month in one or more of the
    • following areas:
    •   $50-$65 a month on groceries
    • $30-$35 a month on synthetic vitamins and supplements
    • $10-$15 a month on OTC drugs
    • $60-$75 a month on prescription drugs
    • $30-$50 a month eating out at fast foods and other restaurants
    • $50-$75 a month due to lost wages from being ill or going to the doctor
    • Excludes expenses for major surgeries, post-op care
    •    
    • Expenses Outlook:
    • Healthcare coverage goes down
    • Healthcare premiums go up
    • Out-of-pocket expenses go up
    • Net Result: $800/mo - $2000/mo additional expenses
    • Cost Savings:
    • Is it worth it to spend money for a workshop?
    • Your savings during the first month will easily pay for the Workshop
    • and book!
  • 12. Diabetes Impact: Complications
    • 90% diabetics will experience two or more complications:
      • Nephropathy - - > Kidney failure/dialysis
      • Retinopathy - - > Blindness, cataracts
      • Neuropathy - - > Amputation
      • Cardiovascular Disease - - > Heart attack, Stroke, ED
      • Other health issues: High blood pressure, high cholesterol, fatigue, depression, a ccelerated biological aging