Every year 14 November is considered as the World Diabetes Day. It is day to expand and raise awareness and provide affordable care to all. The International Diabetes Association (IDF) and the World Health Organization (WHO), launched in 1991, have been observed all over the world today. Diabetes is the term used for a condition when the body does not produce enough insulin to meet the requirement of whether the cells do not respond properly to insulin. Diabetes is a general term used in conditions that cause an increase in blood sugar. This happens if the pancreas does not have enough insulin, or the insulin produced does not work properly. A simple lifestyle, diet control and regular exercises can help you to deal effectively with diabetes. Plan a schedule of exercise and maintain a healthy blood sugar level.