Diabetes Exercise – Does Exercise Really Help in Diabetes Control?
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But back to our topic. Diabetes mellitus is a condition or metabolic
disorder where the body is in problem of taking glucose from the blood and delivering it to
the rest of the body so that it can be used as energy. Type 1 diabetes is recognized by the pancreas
making too little or almost no insulin. Type II diabetes, also known as adult onset
diabetes, is characterized by the pancreas not producing enough insulin to manage glucose
levels or the cells not responding to insulin. It is important for a person who has diabetes
to consult with a physician before beginning an exercise program. It is not good for people
with diabetes to skip meals at all, but particularly not previous to exercise. While insulin has many functions in the body,
four are mainly vital during or after exercise: 1) Stimulation of glucose uptake into most
cells of the body. 2) Reserve of glucose release from the liver. 3) Inhibition of the discharge of fatty acids
from storage depots. 4) Facilitation of protein synthesis in the
body. The usual decline in blood insulin during
exercise in people without diabetes and in those with Type 2 DM allows the two most important
fuels for exercise, carbohydrates and fats, to be mobilized and used by muscle. Exercise is also known as physical movement
and includes anything that gets you moving. Exercise causes the body to process glucose
faster, which lowers blood sugar level. So the question is what kind of Diabetes Exercise
is suitable for diabetes control. 1. Aerobic exercise. Aerobic exercise helps increases heart and
breathing rate. This makes one breathe more sincerely and also makes the heart effort
harder. It is fine to plan for a total of about 30 minutes a day, at least 5 days a
week. Some of the examples of aerobic exercises: Take a fast walk either outside or on a treadmill. – Cycling. – Dance classes. – Swimming. – Jogging. – Tennis or badminton. 2. Strength training. Strength training, done numerous times a week,
helps build strong bones and muscles. It can be done in following way. You can join a gym to do strength training
with weights or the alternative is to lift light weights at home. 3. Flexibility exercises. Flexibility exercises or stretching exercises
helps keep joints flexible and also reduces the probability of injury during other activities.
Gentle stretching for 10 to 15 minutes helps the body to warm up, as well as get prepared
for aerobic activities. 4. Be on the move all through the day. Being energetic helps burns calories. For
this you can do following in daily life: Walk instead of driving whenever probable. Take the stairs in place of the elevator. Work in the garden. Park your car half kilometer before the market
begin and go market by walking. Exercise is necessary whether you have Type
1 or Type 2 diabetes. Exercise has the potential for diabetes control by non medical means,
reduce the severity of the disease, and significantly reduce the risk of long-term complications.
Exercise can mean the dissimilarity between “medical management” and “lifestyle management”
of Type 2 diabetes. Exercise will greatly help an individual with
type II diabetes because of its helpful effects on insulin sensitivity. Exercise involving
heavy weights may be terrible for people with blood pressure, blood vessel, or eye problems. Diabetes Exercise, along with good nutrition,
helps decrease body fat, which helps control glucose metabolism. Exercise and good nutrition
provide real physical payoffs–they are essential to controlling diabetes. Exercise can help
prolong your life and get better the quality of your added months and years. Glucose levels should be tested before, and
after exercise (but after 3 to 5 hours). Proper Diabetes Exercise and nutrition are the best
forms of avoidance for type II diabetics. Aerobic exercise increases insulin sensitivity
and, along with proper nutrition, helps reinstate normal glucose metabolism by decreasing body
fat. Don’t exercise outdoors on very hot or moist days. To avoid dehydration, drink a
cup of cold water before and after you exercise. A personal trainer can help to set up a program
for the Type 2 diabetic and help them to exercise properly. People with diabetes must use extra
care in preparing for exercise plan because they lack insulin (Type 1 DM) or because the
insulin they have is defective in its ability to stimulate glucose uptake (Type 2 DM). That’s it! Thank you.
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