People taking insulin or insulin secretagogues are at risk for hypoglycemia, or low blood sugars, if their food or medications aren’t adjusted to account for exercise.
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Just like medications traditionally need to be taken regularly, exercise must also be a consistent part of your daily routine if you want to keep your blood sugars controlled and stable.
Exercising with Diabetes can become confusing, and preventing low glucose when you take insulin or glucose-lowering medications is a delicate balance. Read on to find out how.
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We know that exercise helps lower glucose levels over time, but sometimes glucose rises immediately after a workout. Confusing, right? Here's why that happens.