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The Relationship Between Exercise and Diabetes

Saturday, March 5th, 2022
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Many people with diabetes decide that they don’t have enough energy for their planned exercise at some point in the day. They lay on the couch, feel guilty, and decide that morning may be a better time to work out. When the next day comes around, the alarm goes off earlier, and they hit the snooze button multiple times until there is no time left to exercise. The motivation to get the exercise routine started and sustained is the problem. When you understand the relationship between exercise and diabetes, it becomes another incentive to add a full-body workout routine, or really any other type of exercise, to your lifestyle at least 3 days a week.

Here are the exercise benefits a diabetic needs to understand to get started using exercise to help manage diabetes.


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Treating Type 2 Diabetes: About Trulicity and Finding Coupons for Efficient Cost Treatment

Saturday, October 24th, 2020
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Trulicity is a prescription drug for adults confirmed with type 2 diabetes to elevate blood sugar (glucose) level. This drug lessens the risk of significant cardiovascular diseases (complications relating to heart and blood vessels) such as death, heart failure, and stroke in people who have heart problems or various cardiovascular risks.

Trulicity is injected through a needle. You use it once a week by inserting the needle under the skin of various body parts (stomach, upper arm, and thigh). Use Trulicity in conjunction with the exercise and diet that your doctor has approved.


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Using Exercise to Help Prevent Diabetes

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013

What is Diabetes?

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As you may or may not know, diabetes is a metabolic disorder by which the body either fails to produce adequate amounts of insulin needed to properly break down glucose in the blood, or cells in the body are simply unable to react properly to the insulin that is created, leading to the same results.

Those who suffer from this disease may have side effects like frequent urination and thirst, but it can also lead to more serious complications like:

  • glaucoma
  • infections
  • ulcers
  • neuropathy (nerve damage)
  • heart disease
  • an inability of the body to heal wounds
  • and in extreme cases, amputation of extremities


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