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    Diabetes and exercises

    Hi@all
    any valued information about diabetes and exercises
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    Re: Diabetes and exercises

    There is now growing amounts of evidence that Exercise can prevent or reverse Type II diabetes. However, diet plays a significant role, and so does regular medical management.

    So long as there are no contraindications a monitored and managed program, with regular liaising with medical doctor could manage this problem and provide benefits the same for normal individuals.

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    Well, u 've to assess ur patient, including his medications and cocerns to his medications, type of DM,stage of his illness,diet & excercises should be considered and applied...

    THE link is a free version of midline a very confirmed interested site u can make a search by ur self

    PubMed Home

    Good luck



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    Re: Diabetes and exercises

    Exercise is very important in managing diabetes 2. Combining diet, exercise, and medicine (when prescribed) will help control your weight and blood sugar level.


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    Re: Diabetes and exercises

    I googled the key words diabetes and exercise.. I got many targets that I find that in a basic level they can provide you with some good information.
    More or less is what I suggest to my patients

    I can't post the links.. I've got less than 3 posts.. let as see
    Additional Comment I forgot:
    so here are some exercise links:

    Diabetes and Exercise -- familydoctor.org

    Diabetes Mellitus and Exercise ? Diabetes Care

    Exercise for Diabetics

    Exercise and fitness tips for diabetes patients (Lifeclinic)

    Diabetes and exercise: When to monitor your blood sugar - MayoClinic.com


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    Re: Diabetes and exercises

    Great sites, thanks for sharing.

    May i add diabetes blog

    [URL="http://diabetia.org/"]diabetes blog[/URL]

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    Re: Diabetes and exercises

    Blood sugar can be controlled by exercising. It will lower the risk for heart diseases which is very much common to diabetics. Walking, jogging, biking & aerobic dance are best examples but before doing so better consult first your doctor for advice.

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    Re: Diabetes and exercises

    Hello,
    Really this is very interesting and useful information about Diabetes Issue.... Great Work! Thanks very much for the share.....


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    Re: Diabetes and exercises

    may be my mouth has something wrong, t\i can not open it. wuwuwuwuwu


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    Re: Diabetes and exercises

    the diabetes issue in physio therapy is very complex, thanks for the blog post! in our clinic, we are asked to give information about the most recent treatments. Especially about diabetes research in which the company Biovision invests a lot of time as they supply scientific departments with antibodies. It is a way of also helping the patients psychologically.



 

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