Is Exercise After Insulin Unsafe?

Insulin Nation

Exercise and diabetes; two things that should go hand in hand but, more often than not, seem incompatible. Consistent exercise is a must to maintain heart health and keep insulin resistance down. There are, of course, tricks you can use to help avoid lows during exercise — many of which we recently covered in these two articles: Exercising with T1D: The Insulin-Food Balance Challenge Insulin Dosing and Timing Before and After Intense Cardio Exercise.

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Patients’ Expectations for Health Beyond Care: Think Food, Exercise, Emotions, Sleep and Finance

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People want to make health with their health care providers, and they want more than care from them: most patients are looking for support with healthy eating, exercise, emotional support, sleep, stress management, social relationships, and financial health. The post Patients’ Expectations for Health Beyond Care: Think Food, Exercise, Emotions, Sleep and Finance appeared first on HealthPopuli.com.

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How To Shed Your Stubborn Belly Fat Without Exercise

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Or looking for additional means to shed belly fat beyond traditional exercise? The post How To Shed Your Stubborn Belly Fat Without Exercise appeared first on Healthystic. Do you want to burn your belly fat but don’t know where to start?

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Exercises for Parkinson's Disease & More

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Exercise helps us reduce our functional limitations; allowing us to stay more active and independent. Improving mobility, strength and balance as we age or in response to chronic illnesses is important to our overall health status. More importantly, it can. Books Healthy Children and Families Workplace Health and Wellness

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Insulin Dosing and Timing Before and After Intense Cardio Exercise

Insulin Nation

Insulin dosing around exercise can be very frustrating and overwhelming for many people living with type 1 diabetes. Most people focus on reducing the risk of low blood sugar during this kind of ‘steady-state’ exercise. However, you might have noticed that implementing those steady-state cardio strategies will make your blood sugars skyrocket if you do ‘short-burst’ intense cardio exercise — like sprints, high-intensity intervals, or Bootcamp-like classes.

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Exercising with T1D: The Insulin-Food Balance Challenge

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But exercise comes with its own difficulties. For others, exercise increases appetite and leads to consuming all the extra calories you just burned, which can make weight loss and the associated benefits impossible to achieve. How do you exercise without setting in motion a blood sugar rollercoaster or an endless eat-to-burn cycle that gets you nowhere depends on the individual. Managing Your Blood Sugar During Exercise. Exercising with diabetes is possible.

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Study: iPad exercise program helps seniors in Siberia get active

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But a recent study published by JMIR set out to see if an iPad-based exercise regime could help seniors living in Siberia. Finding ways to excersise in Siberia where weather is notoriously extreme can be difficult.

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Newly Diagnosed: How to Approach Exercise and Activity

Insulin Nation

As a person with type 1 diabetes, exercising and staying active is important to increase your insulin sensitivity and decrease your risk for cardiovascular complications. You must know how to approach exercise in a way that will keep your sugars stable. How Your Body Reacts to Exercise.

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How to Exercise in the Morning Without Low Blood Sugars

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Like the rest of us, you were likely taught that exercising with type 1 diabetes requires carbohydrates. Eat 15 grams of carbs before exercising, and you’ll be fine.”. Don’t eat breakfast until after you exercise. Exercise on an empty stomach? The second perk to exercising before breakfast is that it means you don’t have a big dose of rapid-acting insulin in your bloodstream either. Two Things That Can Raise Your Blood Sugar if You Exercise Before Breakfast.

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Exercise and Your Mental Well-Being

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Since the time I was five, I remember visiting the local park with my dad to kick a soccer ball or serving up a birdie with my mom on our homemade badminton [ ] The post Exercise and Your Mental Well-Being appeared first on Iris Telehealth Growing up, I’ve always enjoyed partaking in physical activity, but I never truly understood what it meant to my mental health and well-being.

Virtual bike tour, exercise game combat mild cognitive impairment in small study

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A recent investigation of seniors with mild cognitive impairment suggested that pairing regular exercise with mental stimuli — in this case, screens depicting a virtual bike ride or an exercise-driven video game — could lead to greater cognitive benefits than prescribed exercise alone

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Seniors that exercise frequently, don't have chronic conditions more likely to stick to wearable tracking

Mobi Health News

Researchers also found that a higher percentage of women and people with higher education levels reported using their wearables for more than six months

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Tonal gets $45 million for connected exercise equipment with digital weights

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Serena Williams, through her new venture fund, was one of the investors in the round

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Could exercise and technology be more effective than medicine?

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A shocking 86% of us fail to exercise regularly. Regular exercise should lead to weight loss and help those who are overweight become healthier overall, but could physical activity compete with standard medication when it comes to treating serious illness?

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Exercise programs look to play a larger role in cardiac care

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25 Facts to Know on Exercise on Type 1 Diabetes

Insulin Nation

This past month, researchers from more than a dozen leading diabetes and exercise research teams published guidelines on how to exercise with Type 1 diabetes. These guidelines, published in the Lancet, represent the current international consensus of the best methods for maintaining blood sugar control with exercise. From the report, we’ve pulled out 25 important findings: Why You Really Should Exercise. Regular exercise decreases total daily insulin needs.

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Health Happens at Home: Lessons from the Parks Connected Health Summit

Health Populi

Home is where the health is, we know in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. To be sure, many of us who have been preaching that our ZIP codes are more impactful to our health than our genetic codes have known the evidence backing the social and behavioral determinants of health for a long time.

Ketones and Exercise – What You Need to Know

Insulin Nation

In a new set of guidelines for Type 1 diabetes and exercise, I and my fellow researchers warn that people with Type 1 diabetes need to monitor for elevated levels of ketones during exercise. If you have Type 1 and exercise regularly, testing for ketones could save your life. Fat is an important energy source that is used by the body at rest and during exercise. Prolonged vigorous exercise in a setting of very low insulin levels.

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With $550M more in funding, Peloton's connected exercise equipment targets new markets

Mobi Health News

New York City-based Peloton has raised another $550 million in financing to support its connected home exercise equipment and virtual workout class business. With this Series F round, Peloton’s total funding is just shy of $1 billion raised. The round was led by TCV, with support from returning investors Tiger Global, True Ventures, Wellington Management, Fidelity, NBCUniversal, Kleiner Perkins, and Balyasny.

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5 Tips to Better Exercise with Type 1 Diabetes

Insulin Nation

In this final edited excerpt from the book, the longtime life coach and diabetes advocate shares the lessons she’s learned from years of exercise with Type 1 diabetes. There is no doubt that exercising with diabetes is about one million times more challenging than exercising without diabetes, particularly if you take insulin. I’m here to tell you that it can be done and you can enjoy exercise, but it takes a little work, a little more effort, and a bunch of self-study.

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An Artificial Pancreas that Can Handle Exercise?

Insulin Nation

Developers have been trying to figure out algorithms that factor in the body’s reaction to hard-to-quantify stimuli like carbohydrate counts of meals and the strenuousness of exercise. million grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop artificial pancreas systems that can handle the variability of exercise without additional input from people with diabetes. The recruited volunteers will perform aerobic exercises, resistance exercises, and participate in group sports.

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Artificial Pancreas Withstands Rigorous Exercise in Small Trial

Insulin Nation

This disparity may not seem significant, but, according to researchers, it suggests that the technology can withstand intense exercise, something that previous studies had not fully investigated. Breton may be referring to the fact that many individuals with Type 1 diabetes avoid strenuous exercise out of fear of its impact on blood glucose levels. Future studies might examine other types, intensities, and durations of exercise, as well as other age groups and populations.

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Steps Count: More Steps Are Self-Care Goodness in the COVID-19 Lifestyle

Health Populi

This is a useful proof-point for recommending exercise-as-medicine. While The Atlantic noted that people were buying dumbbells like toilet paper in the C19 pandemic consumer market, “take a hike” is a common exercise prescription these days as long as people continue to practice physical distancing. There’s evidence in this week’s JAMA of a dose-response relationship between peoples’ steps and lower mortality.

What Is An Electrocardiogram?

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Editorial cardiac arrhythmias Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing (CPET) Exercise Electrocardiogram (EKG) Holter Monitor Resting 12-lead Electrocardiogram Signal-Averaged Electrocardiogram What Is An Electrocardiogram This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. An electrocardiogram (ECG), also abbreviated as EKG, is a portable monitor that measures, records and shows the electrical impulses of the heart.

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The Coronavirus Impact on American Life, Part 2 – Our Mental Health

Health Populi

Exercise with a gym app , do Denise Austin’s indoor walking regime via AARP’s website , or join a yoga group online. As the coronavirus pandemic’s curve of infected Americans ratchets up in the U.S.,

How to Exercise on Insulin Therapy: The Basics

Insulin Nation

Regular exercise can help keep blood glucose levels more stable and help you stay healthier in the long run, but isn’t always an easy thing to do when you are on insulin therapy. It takes practice and constant tinkering to avoid blood glucose swings when you exercise, but I would argue that the benefits outweigh the risk. It helps to start with a few basics about how exercise can affect glucose levels.

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Living in Digital Healthcare Times – Kicking off #DigitalHealthCES & #CES2020

Health Populi

Today is Day 1 of two Media Days at #CES2020 in Las Vegas, kicking off this manic week of the Consumer Electronics Show at the Mandalay Bay convention center.

25 New Recommendations on Exercise on Type 1 Diabetes

Insulin Nation

This past month, researchers from more than a dozen leading diabetes and exercise research teams published guidelines on how to exercise with Type 1 diabetes. These guidelines, published in the Lancet, represent the current international consensus of the best methods for maintaining blood sugar control with exercise. From the report, we’ve pulled out 25 important findings: Why You Really Should Exercise. Regular exercise decreases total daily insulin needs.

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The Growing State of Diabetes in America on World Diabetes Day 2018

Health Populi

The rising costs of caring for diabetes haven’t yet significantly changed personal behavior relative to the key risks for Type 2 diabetes amenable to change: food intake and exercise. Diabetes is a family issue, and its prevalence is growing in America.

JDRF Rolls Out its PEAK Program on Exercise and Type 1

Insulin Nation

For years, the words “JDRF” and “exercise” have usually been put together to describe fundraising walks for cure research. For the past three years, JDRF has been partnering with researchers from around the world to develop JDRF PEAK, a program to share information about how to exercise safely with Type 1 diabetes. That left many people with Type 1, and parents of children with Type 1, to use guesswork to manage blood sugar levels during exercise. “We

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JWT’s Future 100 Tells Us Tomorrow Is All About Health

Health Populi

From culture to travel, food and drink to retail and beauty, health will be baked into consumer goods and experiences in 2019. Welcome to The Future 100: 2019 from The Innovation Group at JWT.

What #CES2019 5 Tech Trends to Watch Mean for Health/Care

Health Populi

I’ve had this discussion with various AI innovators and I can say this is coming to the N of 1 sooner rather than later for some lower-hanging fruit applications — like personalized nutrition plans based on our own genetic make-ups, or exercise routines that can help boost metabolism. But increasingly, these technologies also have import for using exercise-as-medicine for both physical and mental health applications.

A Tale of Two Americas as Told by the 2019 OECD Report on Health

Health Populi

It was the best of times, It was the worst of times, It was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, It was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, …. starts Dickens’ Tale of Two Cities. . That’s what came to my mind when reading the latest global health report from the OECD, Health at a Glance 2019 , which compares the United States to other nations’ health care outcomes, risk factors, access metrics, and spending.

Doctors Won’t Tell You About One Exercise Trick to Cut Your Insulin Needs in Half

Insulin Nation

You know why they won’t tell you about that one exercise trick to cut your insulin needs in half? This headline didn’t explicitly promise you one exercise trick to cut your insulin intake in half – it just said doctors won’t tell you about it. A headline like this might lead you to a video that you would think would tell you about this exercise trick, but the video might instead describe a seminar one can purchase, or the click might lead you directly to a product being sold.

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Patients have ambitious health goals, and look to doctors for help

Health Populi

Financial health relates to the previous five goals as money-stress can lead to poor eating habits, lack of energy to exercise, interrupted sleep, and of course, anxiety.

Heart Disease in America: Zip Code Determines Cardiovascular Disease-Destiny

Health Populi

If you live in one of nine U.S. states, your chances of having heart disease are greater than living in the 41 others. This geography-as-destiny for heart conditions is examined in The Burden of Cardiovascular Diseases Among US States, 1990-2016 published in JAMA Cardiology.

Self-Care is Healthcare for Everyday People

Health Populi

Patients are the new healthcare payors, and as such, taking on the role of health consumers. In fact, health and wellness consumers have existed since a person purchased the first toothpaste, aspirin, heating pad, and moisturizing cream at retail.

Simple workouts to stay fit, so get up and exercise!

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How much time do you spend exercising? exercise fitnessWhen you don't have much time, you want to be efficient. Here are some ideas for you to consider: Via: Spectrum Clubs.

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Heart Health at #CES2019 – Food and Tech as Medicine

Health Populi

Dr. Dean Ornish’s research has proven patients diagnosed with heart disease can reverse cardiac damage through adopting several behavior changes: exercise, a low-fat diet, On smoking cessation, stress management, and group support. Exercising regularly. Suffice it to say that when it comes to the exercise and wearable sports segment at #CES2019, it’s not just for elite athletes — or men — anymore — a welcome event.

FemTech is Hot, and Fitbit Knows It

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Baby health Connected health Design and health Digital health Exercise Fashion and health Health apps Money and health Popular culture and health Retail health Self-care Sex and health Smartwatches Wearable tech Wearables Women and healthGirls Rule the World, Beyoncé has told us. But not when it comes to digital health…at least until 2018, as Fitbit has announced a woman-focused smartwatch called the Versa which is expected to hit the market in April 2018.