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Top10 best exercises for diabetic patients

Top10 best exercises for diabetic patients

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  • Walking

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    Walking is the most popular exercise and one we highly recommend for people with diabetes. Thirty minutes to one hour of brisk walking, three times each week is a great, easy way to increase your physical activity.
  • Tai Chi

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    This Chinese form of exercise uses slow, smooth body movements to relax the mind and body. In 2009, researchers at the University of Florida studied 62 Korean women assigned to one of two groups-a control group and an exercise group that began a regular practice of Tai Chi. Those who completed the tai chi sessions showed significant improvement in blood sugar control. They also reported increased vitality, energy and mental health.
  • Yoga

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    A traditional form of exercise, yoga incorporates fluid movements that build flexibility, strength and balance. It is helpful for people with a variety of chronic conditions, including diabetes. It lowers stress and improves nerve function, which leads to an increased state of mental health and wellness. According to the ADA, yoga may improve blood glucose levels due to improved muscle mass.
  • Dancing

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    Dancing is not only great for your body, the mental work to remember dance steps and sequences actually boosts brain power and improves memory. For those with diabetes, it is a fun and exciting way to increase physical activity, promote weight loss , improve flexibility, lower blood sugar and reduce stress.
  • Swimming

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    Swimming stretches and relaxes your muscles and doesn’t put pressure on your joints, which is great for people with diabetes.. To get the most benefit from swimming, it is recommended to swim at least three times a week for at least ten minutes and gradually increase the length of the workout. Make sure to have a snack and monitor blood sugars.
  • Standard cycling/ Bicycling

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    Reduces diabetes. Exercise has been to shown to lead to a reduction in the rate of diabetes mellitus. In patients with diabetes mellitus, regular exercise leads to an improvement in control of blood sugar and can help to prevent the onset of Type 2 diabetes mellitus.
  • Strength Training

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    Strength training (also called resistance training) makes your body more sensitive to insulin and can lower blood glucose. It helps to maintain and build strong muscles and bones, reducing your risk for osteoporosis and bone fractures. The more muscle you have, the more calories you burn even when your body is at rest.
  • Jogging/Running

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    Diabetes is a known risk factor for heart failure, especially for those who have difficulty controlling their blood sugar. A new study sheds light on how aerobic exercise like jogging can counteract the effect of too much glucose to help keep the heart healthy
  • Water aerobics

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    Just like swimming, water aerobics builds muscle strength and endurance, and improves cardiovascular fitness. Referred to as Aqua Fitness, or Aqua Aerobics in some regions, water aerobics is the performance of strength and cardio exercises in water. Although they can be done in any type of water, a pool provides more safety and control
  • Gardening

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    For people with diabetes, gardening promises healthful meals made from homegrown vegetables, fruits, and herbs. It also provides an excuse to get outside and exercise, even if gardening doesn't seem like a traditional "workout." Plus gardening offers a measure of solitude and peace, which helps relieve some of the stresses of life in general and living with diabetes in particular.
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