Diabetes And Exercise

Discuss all your exercise regimens and share what you think works well for helping you control your blood glucose.
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Diabetes And Exercise

Post by greg12 » Fri Apr 06, 2012 4:59 am

Exercise is really very important for every individual. Thanks guys for sharing your knowledge.

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Post by Connell » Fri Apr 06, 2012 6:15 am

Running is the most common kind of cardio exercise.Though at a glance, this machine looks complicated in the corner of gym.Rock Climbing is a wonderful cardio exercise through we can help for lose about 380 calories in half an hour

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Post by danielagency » Fri Apr 27, 2012 5:05 am

hi,
Doing exercise is the best possible way to control blood sugar level. One should continue the exercise very regularly.

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Post by Jaiden » Thu May 03, 2012 7:28 am

Cardio Exercise can effect your your blood sugar and it helps regulate blood sugar.some type of best cardio exercise like weights, walking it protects against heart and artery disease.

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Post by mistygreen » Thu May 03, 2012 1:19 pm

I strongly feel that walking exercise is the best exercise for people who having diabetes.Regular walking exercise helps to control the diabetes by lowering sugar level.

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Post by danielagency » Fri May 04, 2012 4:55 am

Exercise is the best form to reduce blood sugar level in the human body. One has to be very much under exercise mood to reduce blood sugar level.

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Post by jannetsquadra » Wed May 16, 2012 9:51 am

Thanks for your information.It is really very nice and informative.

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Post by kyle » Wed Sep 05, 2012 4:43 am

Which type of insulin's do we have to use for phase1 diabetes can any one explain.

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Post by sameermal » Fri Sep 14, 2012 8:04 am

Blood sugar regulation is EXTREMELY complex and there could be multiple underlying issues that trigger the shakiness. Journal what/when you eat and how you feel afterwards. That will help you figure out what works with your particular metabolism. It is also something to take to the doctor to help him/her understand what is going on. If your doc doesn't take it seriously, ask to see an Endocrinologist.

I always suggest that people take a piece of fruit and an ounce of nuts to the gym with them to eat right after exercising to avoid cravings triggered by low blood sugar, but if your blood sugar is low before exercising, you should eat something first. The best way to figure it out is to get a blood sugar meter. Google around and you might find a way to qualify for a free meter. If not, you can get one for $20 or less. The testing supplies are the expensive part. If your doc prescribes them, prescription insurance will absorb part of the cost.

To track whether blood sugar is causing the shakiness at the gym, test as soon as you waken. Log the results carefully and consistently. Have the green juice, hit the gym and test just before starting to exercise and test again when you feel shaky. If you're really serious, test just before lunch and two hours afterward, logging what you ate at lunch and how you felt after eating. Also test if you feel a craving for alcohol, logging the result and craving. After a while, you'll get a better sense of what you can eat and how you feel and won't need to test so much. Hopefully, your blood sugar will also stabilize as your liver recovers.

If your blood sugar rose higher than 150 after having the veggie drink and was lower than 70 when you got shaky, you experienced an insulin spike/crash. Try eating something different the next day, test again and see how your body responds. Try a couple egg whites scrambled with an egg yolk and a piece of whole grain toast. If that is too heavy for before exercising, try reducing the fruit, carrots, beets and other high-carb veggies from your veggie juice, or adding a scoop of protein powder to the juice. Each person metabolizes things differently. Your blood sugar measurements when you eat something are what counts -- not what it says on the Internet. Log your experiments in your food/blood sugar/symptom journal and over time you'll get a good idea what works for you and what doesn't.

If your blood sugar didn't rise significantly after the green drink, then went lower while exercising, you need to eat something with more carbs before exercising. Perhaps have some PB on whole grain toast along with your veggie juice the next day -- something with a mix of protein/fiber/carbs. Next day, repeat the test, taking blood sugar upon waking, then have the veggie drink and whatever protein/fiber/carb mix you choose. Exercise and test your blood sugar again if you feel shaky or after exercising if you don't. The idea is to figure out what/when to eat to keep your blood sugar in the normal range. If you are fortunate, blood sugar control will get easier as your liver recovers from the abuse you inflicted while drinking.

Normal is between 70 and 100 (US measurement). If it is frequently either lower or higher, it is best to see a doctor and be checked out. Lower than 70 could show that your liver isn't releasing glycogen to raise your blood glucose, which is common in recovering alcoholics. Higher than 100 shows some combination that is unique to your metabolism:
  1. Your liver isn't pulling excess glucose from the blood and turning it into glycogen (or fat)
  2. Your liver isn't producing the GFT needed for insulin to work properly
  3. Your pancreas isn't producing enough insulin
  4. Your cells are resistant to insulin, so they aren't absorbing the blood glucose

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Diabetes And Exercise

Post by Alikcoode » Tue Nov 12, 2019 4:34 am

Happens even more cheerfully :)

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