Exercises for Diabetes type 2 Patients

Exercises for Diabetes type 2 Patients

A combination of resistance exercises and aerobic exercises have found to be more effective in helping the diabetic lose their blood glucose level more than any other type of exercise. Fourteen different studies were conducted on over 900 patients. The analysis included many kinds of resistance and aerobic training, which seemed to boost the health of the patients well.

An exercise regimen that combine both the aerobics and the resistance exercises were found to be more effective in controlling the levels of blood fat, blood glucose, weight and blood pressure, according to the results of the study. This could be a great news for diabetics to stay healthy and keep fit.

Also, the Austrian researchers have revealed that they have some evidence that suggest that supervised workouts worked faster and better in all aspects than the unsupervised sessions. Physical training, supervised by some experts, could be the best possible option for diabetics to keep them active and glowing.

This exercise combination can also help keep off any complications related to the diabetes type 2. ‘Both aerobic and resistance activity are capable of reducing blood glucose’, says Dr. Gerald Bernstein. He is the director of the Diabetes Management Program in the Friedman Diabetes Institute, which is a part of the Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City.

He also says that different modes of exercises show different results on the people. Resistance training can help in building muscle mass and thus helps in the utilization of glucose through increased muscle mass. Aerobic training has been found helpful in burning glucose on the spot.

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