Exercise Helps Men Battling Diabetes and Sleep Apnea

For 4 years men over the age of 62 who have type 2 Diabetes and sleep apnea have undergone studies under the supervision of Dr Skikha Kholsa from DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center (Washington) in conjunction with George Washington University according to a news release of the Endocrine Society.  Sleep apnea is on the rise with people with Type 2 Diabetes and high blood pressure.

MONDAY, June 6 (HealthDay News) — Men who have type 2 diabetes in addition to obstructive sleep apnea seem to benefit from a regular exercise regimen, a new study has found. Greater endurance from consistent physical activity can significantly boost

It was observed that exercising did play an important role in general fitness. Physical activity ranging from 150-200 minutes per week could be adopted but only after consulting with one’s physician.

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