You Can Win Dh5,000 In UAE’s 1st Ever Diabetes Challenge

by Deeplata Garde
You Can Win Dh5,000 In UAE’s 1st Ever Diabetes Challenge

Dubai has always been at the forefront of promoting a healthy lifestyle for its residents. The government has encouraged residents to live a fit life by introducing many beneficial initiatives. Similar to the Dubai fitness challenge, UAE has introduced a new diabetes challenge. Earn Dh20,000 in reward money for adopting healthier habits in the new diabetes challenge in UAE.

12-Week Challenge To Earn Rewards

Volunteers will undergo evaluation twice. Once at the start of the three months and again at the end. The challenge will commence from September 24 till December 20. They will have a lifestyle score based on their dietary patterns, exercise frequency, and overall physical activity levels.

Did you ask who started this mission in UAE? This program began by the RAK Hospital and the Ministry of Health and Prevention. The mission attempts to lower disease indicators, particularly HbA1c and BMI among diabetics. This will directly result in lowering the likelihood of resulting complications.

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Participation Eligibility And Process

If you have diabetes then you can willingly participate in this challenge. But there are some specific criteria that must be met. Only those who have an HbA1c of 5.7 or higher can participate in rewards.

To create their own registration, competitors in both sections must first enrol on the RAK Diabetes Challenge 2022 website.

On September 24 and 25, participants in the physical division should arrive at RAK Hospital.

Participants in online challenges can have the analysis conducted at any hospital of their preference and upload the findings online.

Dubai Has Major Diabetes Prevalence

Twenty- to 79-year-old persons with T2D diabetes mellitus make up around 40.7% of the population. The current rates are 18.7%, and by 2030, they can rise upto 21.4%.

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