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Home Exercises

These are some of the best home exercises for diabetic patient to lower blood sugar and for weight loss. You’ll be surprised by what you can do at home!

Why Home Exercises?

The ongoing coronavirus lockdown can affect a range of lifestyle behaviours, including exercise habits. But, you should be active with your family while you stay at home to curb the spread of the virus. Physical activity is important to lead a healthier, happier, fitter life. Staying active will help you burn calories you store from eating throughout the day, avoid gaining excess fat, and reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.

Regular exercise is especially important if you have a chronic condition like diabetes. It will lower your blood sugar and blood pressure levels, control weight, boost your energy, relieve stress, and help you sleep better. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recommends that people with diabetes do 150 minutes of aerobic exercise each week.

Home Exercises to Lower Blood Sugar and Prevent Weight Gain

Regular exercise is especially important if you have a chronic condition like diabetes. Here are some of the best at-home exercises you can do to improve blood sugar control and boost weight loss.

5 Home Exercises For Diabetics

Here are five exercises diabetics can do to help control blood sugar, avoid weight gain while being stuck at home.

Total Time: 27 minutes

  1. Biking

    Whether you’re using a stationary bike or trail riding, biking 30 minutes a day 3-5 times a week can offer many health benefits. It will help you lose weight, get your heart rate up, lower blood sugar levels without hurting your knees or other joints.

  2. Dance

    Dancing is a significant activity for diabetics. It is an excellent full-body workout that can help control blood sugar, burn calories, raise good cholesterol and lower bad cholesterol. It is also a great exercise for your heart. Burn up the dance floor for 25 minutes 3 days a week to burn calories, promote weight loss, relieve stress, lower blood sugar and improve flexibility.

  3. Climb Stairs

    This is a significant activity that can be easily implemented into your daily lifestyle. Climbing stairs is a healthy and simple way to burn calories, build muscle tone, and control weight. It will get your heart and lungs working efficiently. According to WebMD, going up and downstairs for 3 minutes about an hour or two after a meal is a great way to burn off blood sugar.

  4. Tai Chiu

    This ancient Chinese art has been shown to improve blood sugar control, muscle strength, balance and flexibility. Slow, controlled movements along with visualization and deep breathing relax the mind and body in this form of exercise. This is a gentle exercise that can help lower stress, reduce the risk of falls, and improve your sleep quality.

  5. Gardening

    Gardening is an amazing activity for people with diabetes to get their daily dose of exercise. The benefits of this activity go far beyond creating a beautiful yard or connecting to nature – you’re lifting, digging, bending, pruning and stretching, all of which help strengthen bones, build and tone muscles, and get your blood going. What’s more, having your own garden means you’re growing and enjoying your own non-starchy fruits and vegetables loaded with fibre, nutrients and other essential antioxidants that may improve blood sugar control, boost your overall health and well-being. Getting out in the yard will also help you get plenty of vitamin D, which may help improve insulin resistance and aid weight loss.

Conclusion

  • Staying active will help you lose weight, control blood sugar, reduce your risk of several chronic health conditions
  • No matter how busy you are, get active, especially if you’re living with diabetes
  • Follow above given best exercises you can do at home to stay fit and healthy

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