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Exercise Planning for Diabetes

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When an individual has diabetes it is essential for one to make exercise a part of their diabetes self management plan. The AADE self Care behaviors stress Being Active as a key element/ goal of managing diabetes and staying in target or goal range.

Physical activity or exercise can be defined in several ways.

People can perform endurance, resistance, flexibility and functional forms of exercise. Exercise can take the form of sports, dancing, yoga, weight lifting or even grocery shopping.

Before the introduction of any exercise program it is important that the individual check with their physician to determine if they are exercise or physical activity ready or safe.

To determine the intensity of exercise or physical activity the use of the Borg Scale can be used if an individual takes any medications that can affect the heart.

Intensity of exercise used to be determined by a formula of 220- current age, then multiply by .6 .7 or .8 to be in a target zone for fat burning.

The usual recommendation for exercise is to get 30 minutes of a cardio exercise at least 5 days per week reaching approximately 150 minutes of exercise per week.


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Ordering Supplies and Equipment

A diabetes treatment plan is very important. Make sure you know how things should work. Carefully following any medication orders and instructions is vital to your plan's success. Make sure you don't run out of supplies just as you refill prescriptions so you don't run out of medication.

Here are some ways you can let us help you reorder supplies:

At Diabetes Management & Supplies, we value the part we play on your treatment plan team and realize that winning is promoting good health.