How to Exercise when you Suffer from Diabetes
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Standard types of diabetes are known as Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetics. Type 1 diabetes, also recognized as juvenile diabetes, differs from Type 2 because the body will stop producing insulin entirely. Type 2 diabetes is usually identified in mature adults and happens as the body stops creating sufficient insulin or becomes resistant to its body insulin.
Keep in mind that no matter what form of diabetes you have, you will in-time lose your ability to utilize sugar adequately, blood sugar levels will increase in intensity due to the body's difficulty in moving sugar into the cells and out of the bloodstream. However, there are several ways you can lower your blood sugar levels, including diet, exercise, and medication.
As a whole, exercise is an essential part of diabetic management for both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetics. Those who have Type 1 will find frequent exercise helps to maintain insulin sensitivity, while also helping to prevent the accumulation of excess weight, it will also increase the use of glucose within your muscles.
Although there is no way to thwart Type 1 diabetes, it is possible to prevent Type 2 diabetes when attempting to avoid the onset of Type 2 diabetes using regular exercise daily.
Supplement this by using both vitamins and herbs; this will help prevent insulin resistance and control your weight. This regime will also directly benefit your daily diabetic management plan by lowering blood sugar levels and maintaining insulin sensitivity. It will also help minimize the number of complications that can occur in a person who is suffering from diabetes.
This daily exercise plan should not in any way diminish any of your exercise regimes. In-fact just walking for 30 minutes every day can lessen the likelihood of acquiring Type 2 diabetes in the first place.
People who have diabetes tend to develop cardiovascular problems as they get older, so good exercise will help lower blood pressure and improve circulation all through your body. Furthermore, seeing how people with diabetes tend to have poor blood flow to their extremities, feet, especially better blood circulation, is of great importance to the sufferer.
Although there are some risks associated with any exercise regime, the potential benefits will always outweigh the risks. We know that exercise does indeed lower blood sugar levels, so it is essential if you have diabetes that you should check your blood sugar both before and after you exercise.
Why? Simply because your body uses more sugar while exercising, making you more susceptible to insulin, which in some cases results in a risk of your blood sugar levels becoming too low, thus causing hypoglycemia.
Whenever you exercise, it is essential to let others know that you have diabetes. They should also learn what they should do in case you go into a hypoglycemic attack.
Authors note: To be on the safe side. I always carry sweets or fruit juice with me, just if my low blood sugar should fall.
The above is particularly true after you have exercised, so pay very close attention as to how you feel; increased sweating, a rapid heartbeat, feeling shaky, or hunger can be the signal that your blood sugar levels are about to plummet.
With diabetic management and treatment, exercise is critical. It helps your blood and sugar control when the muscles call for more glucose, and the body becomes more susceptible to its insulin.
Exercise can also prevent common diabetic complications such as heart problems, high blood pressure, and circulatory deficiencies.
Bottom line: If you have diabetes, exercise should always be part of your daily routine. Exercise at a gradual pace and never overdo it, and remember, you should whenever possible exercise as near as possible to folks you know, or if you have one nearby a gym, where usually there will always be people around you just in case of an emergency.
So, in conclusion: If you are a person who has diabetes, you should not allow it to hinder your life, add daily exercise to your daily routine and watch as your health bounces back from the depths of the horrors of both Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes.
Good luck to you all, and allow me to wish you every success in your fight against Diabetes.