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Diabetes and Exercise
Last Post 7/13/2012 12:20 PM by SK. 6 Replies.
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Betty Posts:10
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5/28/2010 4:27 PM
My doctor says if I loose weight, eat properly and keep up an exercise program I will most likely be able to stop taking daily insulin shots. BUT I can't seem to get motivated enough. I start each with with good intentions and give in the the tremendous stress I am always under. I would like to know if other have been able to stop the insulin shots with diet and exercise and how they do it.
Ron Posts:12
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6/7/2010 2:57 PM
Diabetes is serious! It can cause heart disease, blindness, kidney failure, and the loss of a lower extremity. I have read that diabetes is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States.

Diabetes is increasingly being diagnosed in children. There is a fear that this may be due to weight gain and lack of exercise in children and teenagers.

I have had to have a large toe removed and am thankful that it was nothing more than a toe. I exercise and watch my weight now and am doing much better. LISTEN to your doctors.
Vio Posts:11
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7/23/2010 10:32 AM
My grandmother had to have a toe removed and a friends mother is considered legally blind due to diabetes. Take it seriously unless you want to be blind or starting losing body limbs.
Chris Posts:14
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3/14/2011 10:37 AM
Our grandmother was diabetic and took a shot everyday. She was a heavy women and although she was a busy person, she was not physically active. The impression of her taking that shot as a little girl is something that created an awareness in me about diabetes and since I have a family history I stay active and watch my diet. I have done it long enough that it is just part of my daily routine.
Sal Posts:11
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12/21/2011 2:58 PM
When will this country get it. Being physically active is so much more healthy at every age. Look at the elderly who stay active, they are more mentally alert as well.
Barb Posts:11
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4/11/2012 3:26 PM
exercise the the key to being as healthy as we can be in any state.
SK Posts:10
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7/13/2012 12:20 PM

Posted By Chris on 14 Mar 2011 10:37 AM
Our grandmother was diabetic and took a shot everyday. She was a heavy women and although she was a busy person, she was not physically active. The impression of her taking that shot as a little girl is something that created an awareness in me about diabetes and since I have a family history I stay active and watch my diet. I have done it long enough that it is just part of my daily routine.



i too felt i was able to manage my health until I reached a certain age and the hormones starting changing. It is much harder now. But still every bit just as important
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