Women who begin early menstruation are more likely to be diagnosed with diabetes.

Diabetes is a global health concern of major level as approximately 693 million people are expected to be diagnosed with diabetes by 2045. This means in today’s world we are at high risk and it’s a reason for worry. It is very well explained how diet and physical activity influence the risk of type 2 diabetes. However studies found that the early occurrence of menstruation is linked with higher risk of developing diabetes later. The results were published in the journal of The North American Menopause Society.

Type 2 diabetes has become one of the major health concerns globally. Nearly 8.8% people aged from 20 to 79 were diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in 2015 and it is expected to rise. Researchers have been continuously putting effort to find the solution in order to prevent the further growth of the disease. There are also some evident factors that point towards physiologic factor.

In China, Study show that the women whose menstruation cycle begin at an early age are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes. You will be amazed to know that each menstruation delay lowers the risk by 6%. Early occurrence of menstruation is linked with higher risk of type 2 diabetes and partially mediated by BMI.

Premature menstruation is linked with higher risk of type 2 diabetes in later life. There are some other factors like nutrient and BMI that may play a vital role in this association.