Diabetes 60 System
Type 2 diabetes warrants caution and concern for several reasons. If you are not bothered by a diagnosis of this disease, it is unlikely you will do what it takes to lower your blood sugar, lose weight and reverse your diagnosis. It is better to be anxious about your diagnosis than it is to be indifferent. If you have Type 2 diabetes, it should come as no surprise lifestyle has a significant impact, especially on your blood sugar control. No one can be forced to treat their Type 2 diabetes. If you have received a diagnosis and you decide not to treat your condition, know you are acting as though you are willing to accept the high possibility of developing adverse complications.
Physical activity is important for effectively treating Type 2 diabetes and the relevant increase in blood sugar levels. Unfortunately, about two-thirds of people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes feel they lack time to exercise as much as they have been advised to. One scientist at Kohnodai Hospital in Chiba, Japan, might have the answer. According to the Current Diabetes Review for November of 2016, Dr. H. Hamasaki reviewed eight studies showing exercising for short intervals throughout the day is also an excellent way to help control high and unstable blood sugar levels. Dr. Hamasaki warns little is known about the safety of interval training in people who have received a diabetes diagnosis and find they also have heart and blood vessel disease. Interestingly, the studies reveal some differences.