Get Started Safely
It doesn’t matter whether you’ve been active in the past or not - you can still start now. But, if you have never been active or have not been active for a while, it is important to start slowly.
If you feel unsure about your health, check with your health care provider before making big changes in your exercise plan.
Your health care provider should help support you in your efforts to become more active.
If you want to know more about exercising safely with specific diabetes complications, check out our chart.
The affect physical activity has on your blood glucose will vary depending on how long you are active and many other factors.
A few simple things you can do to help prevent injuries, dehydration, and hypoglycemia when exercising.
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