What type of exercise has been shown to help people with diabetes?

A very common question that oftentimes arises is what type of exercise has generally been shown to help people who have diabetes. The simple fact of the matter is that most people who are diagnosed with diabetes have also been told that they can reverse the effects of type II diabetes with proper nutrition and exercise. This is an incredibly hopeful and meaningful bit of news that most people are very eager to begin implementing right away.

So when it comes to exercise, let's start with a quick analysis of the type of exercise you're doing right now. The simple fact is that most people, you probably fall into this category, simply aren't getting any exercise at all. Sure, we all do a little bit of walking, to get from our bed to the bathroom, maybe to our vehicles, or to the train station, and then to work. But how many of us are setting aside 20 to 40 minutes every day to get some cardiovascular exercise?

This doesn't have to be overwhelming or impossible. You can start with something as simple as taking short walks after every meal. Even if you happen to live in a skyscraper, or work in one, and don't have access to a treadmill, and wouldn't necessarily feel comfortable walking around the hallways, you can actually just march in place for about 20 to 30 minutes. That may sound slightly silly, but it's a start.

If you do happen to have access to a gym, it can take a while to get used to going to the gym on a frequent basis. However, if you can integrate this into your everyday life, you'll find that over time it becomes easier and easier. Once you're at a gym, and depending on your overall health and wellness, you can begin to do a wide variety of different exercises that will all help mitigate the effects of diabetes.

Regardless of whether or not you go to a gym, something as simple as walking in place can be a great first start. Not only will you begin to reverse the effects of type II diabetes, but you'll start to feel a lot better too.

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