Moderate exercise is therefore ideal for burning sugars and lowering blood sugar levels sport And diabetes mellitus they go hand in hand for the benefit of the Health physics. However, positive feedback also falls on the psychological aspect of the individual.
You consume sugars by exercising moderately to lower over there glycemia and improving theinsulin sensitivity. Thus, a valid glycemic control and reduction of glycated hemoglobin is obtained. Current studies have shown that in Italy only 20% of diabetics participate in sports. Here is that each patient should exercise correctly in relation to his pathology and his age, depending on the degree of training.
For diabetics it is always best to start with one to walk warm up, ten to fifteen minutes of stretching is enough to improve the muscles. It would be ideal to wear suitable shoes, the feet are vulnerable in diabetics. Valid oninterval training, alternating between three minutes of fast walking and three minutes of slow walking. The benefits are on blood sugar levels, but also on the cardiovascular system.
The Nordic walkingin addition, it is more effective than walking alone. The use of chopsticks activates the muscles of the upper body by distributing more energy than the absence of chopsticks. Nordic walking improves cardiorespiratory capacity and better control of diabetes and lipids, reducing weight.
For the diabetics they used to be demanding sports prohibited such as skydiving, mountaineering, solo sailing and much more. Thanks to the insulin pumps regulated by computer programs, managing blood sugar levels is easier today. The preparation given by a diabetologist will allow you to devote yourself to all these sports.
Exercise is certainly good for someone with a chronic illness such as diabetes. The guidelines of the World Health Organization and of the various diabetes associations recommend exercise precisely because it has been proven to contribute to the improvement of the disease. Sport is a panacea against diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular disease. You should always start with moderate activity, perhaps a simple daily walk. The ideal would be to walk at a good pace for thirty minutes a day five days a week. In principle, we recommend 150 minutes of walking per week. And in order not to lose the benefits of exercise, it would be good not to be inactive for more than two days. However, it should be borne in mind that, in metabolic terms, for diabetics, aerobic activities are most helpful for body health and disease control.
Marco Mirani, Head of the Diabetology Section of IRCCS Humanitas Clinical Institute of Rozzano, Milan
Source: Lega Nerd
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