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May 5, 2024

How Does Exercise Help Diabetes?

Regular physical activity, such as cycling, jogging, or walking for at least 40 minutes each day, is essential, especially if you're managing prediabetes. Engaging in consistent exercise can lead to the following benefits:

  • Warm-Up: Activating your body's core temperature for enhanced function.
  • Blood Circulation: Promoting better circulation which supports overall health.
  • Energy Levels: Boosting your energy throughout the day.
  • Metabolic Rate: Enhancing your metabolic processes.
  • Sweat Production: Encouraging sweating, which is particularly crucial if sweating has diminished due to diabetes.

It's a common misconception that sun exposure during exercise inevitably leads to skin concerns like cancer. To avoid this from happening, you should go and exercise in the early morning before 10 am or late afternoon after 4 pm.

Dismissing myths promoted by sunscreen advertisements and choosing these safe periods for sun exposure can minimize such risks.

Moreover, by integrating daily workouts into your routine, your sleep quality can see substantial improvement. As you boost your sleep quality, you allow your body to recover more efficiently and swiftly.

Discover what exercises you can do, when to do it and how it benefit you as a diabetic.

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  • Brother Soo

    Brother Soo is a health coach at The H2 Therapy. Discover how hydrogen therapy can help you to Sleep Better, Heal Faster , Reduce Inflammation Pain and Feel Stronger.

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