Non Aerobic Exercise Can Develop Diabetes on Later
Think about disease or enjoy middle age, which is a long, Staying away from physical activity and what you do now doesn’t matter Really?
In the modern life young women and / or men are less aerobically fit than what is expected, researchers noted. And this could leads to greater risk for diabetes in their later age.
These young adults are setting the stage for prolonged disease at the middle age by not being physically active and fit”.
- Adults in between 18 to 30 with low aerobic fitness levels are at the risk of developing diabetes in their early age two to three times more than those are Physically fit.
- The most important predictor: Body Mass Index (BMI), a tool to measure body fat content.
- The higher BMI can puts you at greater risk for diabetes.
- Physical activity and keeping a healthy BMI can help in taking care of diabetes and prevent diabetic complication also.
- Physical activity also helps to insulin absorb glucose into all the body cells, including muscles, for energy.
Benefits of Exercise or Staying Fit in Diabetes
- Regular physical activity [Exercise] improves insulin resistance and lipid profile (reduction in triglyceride and increase in high-density lipoprotein (HDL)) and lowers blood pressure (though blood pressure may rise during exercise).
- Stopping regular exercise can adversely affects on metabolism in type 2 diabetes. On the contrary Physical activity can prevents the Type-2 Diabetes development.
- Avoid high-impact exercise, as this may traumatise the feet (emphasis foot care, proper shoes and cotton socks).
In Aerobic exercise the large Muscles activity is carry-out, which makes the heart beat faster, and makes you breathe harder. A moderate to vigorous aerobic exercise for 30 to 60 minutes a day may benefits in controlling the Blood sugar levels.