If you have a desk job, it might seem impossible to do anything but sit all day to get your work done. But even just a few minutes of activity every 30 to 60 minutes can have a positive effect on your health.
Types of exercise
Stretching exercises are especially good for people with diabetes. They help you stay fit, improve joint mobility and lower blood sugars. Here are 7 easy to do stretching exercises.
Balance exercises for people with diabetes have a number of benefits, including better posture, increased mobility, and reduced back and joint pain. Read this expert blog to learn more about balance exercises.
There are lots of resistance and cardio exercises you can do at home. Many of these exercises require minimal equipment and offer maximum benefits!
All people with diabetes – whether they have type 1 or type 2 – benefit greatly from exercise. So, what types of exercise for diabetes should you choose?
No doubt a healthcare professional has encouraged you to exercise to help manage your diabetes. It can be very confusing when you expect exercise to lower your blood sugar, but instead it rises.