Diabetes is a metabolic disorder that increases blood glucose levels. It can cause serious health problems, such as kidney failure, blindness, heart disease, stroke, etc. Exercise is one of the most effective ways to prevent and control diabetes. Exercise helps increase the use of glucose by cells, which makes insulin more efficient and, therefore, helps lose weight. But the good news is that you can control your diabetes through regular exercise. Dr. Arun Kumar Singh, endocrinologist and diabetologist at Lybrate, Delhi, says: "Do regular moderate intensity aerobics, such as brisk walking, jogging, biking, swimming, dancing" for 30 to 60 minutes a day. You can also practice casual sports such as basketball, soccer, table tennis and badminton, at least 5 times a week. "He says that even everyday tasks can help him stay healthy." Incidental exercises are also very beneficial. Performing routine tasks such as using stairs, vacuuming, walking short distances, washing the car, playing with pets and children, or gardening can help improve your general fitness. "However, if you have heart disease, poor vision and mobility Limited, then consult your doctor before starting any exercise regimen Dr. Minal Vohra, Medical Advisor, BeatO, Jaipur says that strength training is another method that helps control diabetes. "A gym environment may not be for everyone Endurance exercises can be done two or three times a week, even at home, with the help of elastic bands, hand weights or just the weight of your own body. Some simple strength training techniques include lifting free weights, sit-ups, squats, squats, and push-ups. "Stretching is also an important part of exercise, especially for those with diabetes, not only prevents muscle pain and cramps, but also prevents muscle pain and cramps. It helps reduce stress, increases flexibility and cools muscles after exercise.
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