Exercise and diabetes

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Abstract

This leaflet explains why exercise is so important for people with diabetes. People who exercise have lower blood pressure, lower heart rates and improved circulation. They also have lower cholesterol and less body fat, as well as higher rates of metabolism and consequently better weight control. They sleep better, have more energy, are less stressed/anxious and are happier and more confident.
Original languageEnglish
TypeLeaflet
Media of outputtext online
PublisherDiabetes Research & Wellness Foundation
Number of pages6
Place of PublicationUK
Edition4
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2018

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Cameron, A. J. (2018, Oct). Exercise and diabetes. (4 ed.) UK: Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation.
Cameron, Andrea J. / Exercise and diabetes. 2018. UK : Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation. 6 p.
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6 p. 4 ed. UK : Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation. 2018, Leaflet.

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