This video is part of “Question and Answer Fridays”where Dr. Sarah answers questions she receives on her Facebook page.
Type 2 Diabetes – Does The All-Or-Nothing Principle of Exercise Apply to Diabetics?
For some strange reason, many people believe in the all-or-nothing principle as it relates to physical activity. There is a widespread belief that states physical activity must be done religiously for it to be effective. In other words, you must exercise six or seven days a week, for at least an hour each time! Or more if you want to lose weight! This belief could not be more misconceived than it already is. A common dilemma for many adults is related to the subject of exercise. Particularly those who are dealing with chronic conditions such as Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, or something of the cardiovascular nature.Type 2 Diabetes – Will Exercise Help to Prevent or Treat Liver Disease?
Much has been written about the need for physical activity for fitness and general good health. Many times we start exercise programs with the best of intentions but slacken off after beginning to see improvements. According to research reported on in the International Journal of Obesity in July 2016, exercise brings improvements in people diagnosed with a non-alcoholic fatty liver. And it has been found physical activity should be sustained to ensure all the improvements continue. Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease or NAFLD is the term given to the accumulation of fat in the liver of people who drink little or perhaps no alcohol.Type 2 Diabetes – What To Do After Receiving Your Diabetes Diagnosis
If you have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, don’t despair. It’s not over. You are not destined to a future of poor health. However, it is important you realize something needs to change in your life. You cannot continue in your current ways if there is any hope of you regaining your good health. Type 2 diabetes can be treated; although it’s going to take some work.Type 2 Diabetes – Do You Take Your Diabetes Diagnosis Seriously?
Diabetes is invisible, a chronic disease that never goes away. It is with regret we open a discussion on diabetes by asking if you take your disease seriously. If you are not a Type 2 diabetic, we still recommend you read on, because you will gain more knowledge about this illness since it may be something you are up against down the track.Are You a Victim of Diabetic Neuropathy?
Diabetic Neuropathy is a painful nerve-damaging disorder generally believed to be caused by high levels of sugar in the blood. In this write-up, we will throw light on the types and characteristics of Diabetic Neuropathy so that you can identify the early symptoms of each type and take the right measures to prevent the disorder from aggravating.