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Diabetic retinopathy is one of the main ocular health complications that occur in patients diagnosed with diabetes. In this context, according to data from the World Health Organization (WHO). It´s almost estimated that 1 in 3 diabetic patients would develop this complication at the ocular level. A figure that necessarily increases according to the natural aging of the retina in the adult patient.
there’s a very high number of people living without knowing they have diabetes
With this in mind and with the support of the information gathered. By the specialists of the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), in less than 30 years, the number of people between 20 and 79 years of age with diabetes is between 642 million people around the world.
Of which, undoubtedly, there´s a very high number of people living without knowing they have diabetes. In addition, likewise, there´s a probability that just over 30 percent of that population will suffer (or develop) diabetic retinopathy.
Specifically 215 billion people expected for the year 2045.
According to the information deposited in an article published by the news channel of the Cannabis Nation specialized portal, a precise methodology could be established to control the antioxidant effect that would function as a preventive medicine mechanism in vascular and retinal degeneration.
A preclinical study of 2006 found that cannabidiol (CBD) could have an ocular protective effect in diabetics, given its powerful antioxidant effect that would serve as a preventive form of vascular and retinal degeneration. Also, the high concentration of powerful antioxidants of neuroprotective effects contained in the cannabis plant. Therefore, could be very useful in other processes associated with aging, beyond the problems of visual acuity.
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