Best Exercise for Diabetes: THESE workouts with medication and a healthy diet can help you to fight diabetes

Diabetes is a disease that can be controlled with proper diet, regular medication and faithfully exercising everyday. Find out which exercises are the best for you.
Best Exercise for Diabetes: THESE workouts with medication and a healthy diet can help you to fight diabetesBest Exercise for Diabetes: THESE workouts with medication and a healthy diet can help you to fight diabetes
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Exercising everyday is a habit that every one of us should adopt. Regular exercising helps us watch our weight, increases muscle mass, improves balance, regulates hormone levels, reduces stress and fights a number of chronic illnesses. Type 2 diabetes patients who exercise regularly along with following their doctor’s lifestyle guidelines faithfully are more likely to improve their insulin resistance with time than their counterparts who lead a sedentary lifestyle. In fact, twenty minutes of daily activity is enough to keep you in shape and help you manage the symptoms of diabetes. 

The best thing about exercising for diabetes is that you don;t have to head to the gym to reap its benefits, most of the activities can be pursued at the comfort of your home and the open outdoors! 

Here are a few exercises you should start doing to combat this chronic illness!

1. Walking

Walking is one of the easiest exercises one can do to manage type 2 diabetes. Brisk walking is an aerobic exercise, which raises heart rate and also helps manage a healthy body weight.

2. Yoga

Yoga can help you lose weight, fight insulin resistance, and improve nerve function. Yoga is also a great stress buster. Since high levels of stress often leads to diabetes, yoga may thus fight diabetes by regulating our mood.

3. Swimming

Swimming is a great exercise that gets your entire body moving and also exercises your joints. Swimming also reduces body weight and maintains blood sugar levels.

4. Lifting weights

Lifting weights builds muscle mass. Patients of type 2 diabetes often lose muscle mass and have a harder time maintaining their blood glucose levels. Lifting weights also strengthens your muscles and keeps you feeling fatigue - a common symptom experienced by most diabetics.

5. Aerobic dancing

Aerobic dancing boosts brain, improves memory, promotes weight loss, improves flexibility, lowers blood sugar and reduce stress. This is a great alternative for those who want to exercise in a creative way!

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