How to Take Blood Sugar with Exercise
The public with diabetes who want to normalize their blood sugar well should exercise three times a week for 60 minutes at a time, doing both weight training and aerobic staying power, say American Researchers.
As they wrote in the journal Archives of Internal Medicine, previous studies have demonstrated that mild exercise (the kind that simply accelerates somewhat breathing) can improve blood sugar control by the body.
However, there were doubts about the safety and efficacy weight training. To investigate, A Researcher, from the University of South Alabama, studied 283 diabetic patients aged 39 years and older, none of whom exercised regularly. The volunteers were divided into four groups. The three first exercised three times a week for 45 minutes at a time, but in different ways: the first did only aerobic (such as running on the treadmill or bike), only the second and third charges both. The fourth group remained non workout.
Volunteers also received a special diet for losing weight. Researchers found, the sugar levels in the blood of volunteers who exercised were significantly reduced, but more good news was that those who did their training complex decreased hemoglobin by 1%. The 1% reduction in hemoglobin is associated with a reduction of 15% to 20% risk of serious cardiovascular problem and a 37% risk of increasing diabetes complications such as encephalopathy and osteopathy. http://health.proconview.com/mental-and-emotional-health/
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