Exercise is good for diabetes i heard but, in moderation as sugar levels has to be maintained. if it goes too low during exercise, it will lead to problems. Why don't you ask your doctor, he will know your sugar levels and all that, he will be able to advise you better.
One of the main objective of diabetic diet is to maintain the normal weight and maintain normal blood sugars levels. Along with dietary modifications and lifestyle management, daily physical activity is necessary. About 30-40 minutes of physical activity is recommended, usually aerobic exercise are well suited since it includes brisk walking, which helps in the circulation of oxgyen when going out for a walk.Going for a gym can also be suggested if the person is feeling comfortable and not forcing to do heavy weights and workouts.Since there is always a chance of low sugars when there is extensive exercises done. So ofen advisable for a diabetic person to go in for aerobic exercise.
Hi, am 23 Years old and i have recently put on weight having as i am having high calory containing food. Now am planning to go to gym to reduce my belly fat . Once the belly fat is reduced i would prefer to go for a long walk. Please tell me if this is an healthy way to reduce my belly fat as everybody are threatening me saying if i stop going to gym i will put on weight badly
back pain ...hurt my back at work,,felt something pull in lower back,,,went to stand up straight and couldn t for 10 days......bin here and there for treatment and now following a conditioning program at a gym...everytime i get back home i get this burning feeling at the same place in lower back... xray should then in feb. some wear in upper back and at the bottom two vertebr....first physio place stopped treatment after ten visits cause of burning..now following conditioning program to build up muscles for lower back and the burning is still there.....yes i m still at work but at only at a back to work program...full hours...seeing my dr friday and feel like asking him to send me for an mri .....
Hi I m 240lbs, 41 yrs. of age, I currently eat 1200 to 1400 calories a day, and exercise 40 minutes a day doing kickboxing, which claims I burn 733 calories. I have a desk job, I work 8 hours a day. I want to know if what i m currently doing safe for my body? No heart problems. Thank you, ELW
I have been tracking my bp and pulse now for two weeks. I have gone to a no added sugar and no added salt diet. The second week I have added a half an hour of aerobic exercise. My average heart beat has increased and my bp has decreased. Why sould my heart berat increase?
havn t been doing any physical activity for over a year and i ve just gotten back into running. i started with high intensity interval training (run for 30 seconds as hard as possible, then walk for a minute) right away did it for 2 nights like this: 5 min jog 4 mins of HIIT then id mix between walking and running. on the third night i did 5mins jog then 6 mins of HIIT and at the end of the HIIT i experienced pains in my heart area and had a really high heart rate also it felt weird when i took a deep breath but not a normal breath, i started walking and the pain went away, then when i started to jog again the pain came back after a while when my heart rate increased. i dont have a history of anything like this before and neither do any of my family. Am i just starting out too high for this sort of stuff and take it down a noch? btw im 17, 5 11 , and 181lbs.
Through having Anti depressants I have put on 2 stone. I can not shift it. I eat healthily. I run 3x aweek , do bodypump ,step and swimming and still my weight stays the same. I have a terrible problem with fat on my stomach. I approached a clinic who told me i was too fat for lipo but offered me a gastric band instead. What would ou reccomend? i am desperate. i am 46 yrs old
Last week I experienced a loss of breath and crushing tightness in my chest when climbing a large set of stairs. I have had a chest xray and a pft done. The function test showed that I am not fullly exhaling. The Person doing the test said I should have my heart tested. I have times of tightness/pain across my clavical. almost like a pinching..and it goes up into my jaw at times. I have been attending a jazzercise class for the last 9 monthths. this past couple of weeks, I have been unable to workout with out constantly stopping and have not been able to use the wieghts because my arms feel like lead. What could be going on? I am a 49 yo female very well controlled hbp on benicar. I am 5'5 230 lbs good blood sugar, high cholesteral