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Exercise May Reduce the Complications of Diabetes, According to Sports Health Journal Study
Date:12/29/2009

assess any needed adjustments to insulin intake.

“Diabetic athletes should meet with their physician regularly to assess glycemic control. Their physician will establish a baseline hemoglobin A1c. Type 1 diabetics with a baseline level higher than nine percent should not participate in vigorous exercise until the baseline control is improved. Type 2 who have a poorly controlled baseline levels should begin an exercise program with low intensity, increasing intensity as control levels are improved,” advises Fields. In individuals without diabetes, the baseline level is typically less than six percent.

The study provides some other recommendations for athletes with diabetes. These include:

 
  • Aerobic exercise five days a week (a minimum of 150 minutes a week)
  • Resistance training three days a week
  • Consumption of a carbohydrate-rich meal before exercise (insulin-dependent diabetic)
  • Blood glucose monitoring before, during, and after exercise
Diabetic individuals can also improve their health by smoking cessation, blood pressure control, and lipid management. “It is very important that an individual suffering from diabetes take progressive steps in creating a healthy lifestyle; changes to diet and physical routine can make a significant impact in diabetes treatment. But, in order for the changes to be beneficial, they have to be long-term,” Fields adds.

Published bimonthly, Sports Health is a collaborative publication from the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM), the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM), the National Athle
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