Increase Physical Activity & Decrease Sedentary Time to Improve Diabetes

April 1, 2019 / / Behavior changes, Motivation, Physical activity

Behavioral Intervention Improves Physical Activity in Patients with Diabetes

https://www.endocrinologyadvisor.com/home/topics/diabetes/type-2-diabetes/behavioral-intervention-improves-physical-activity-decreases-sedentary-behavior-in-t2d/

The study showed that targeting both physical activity & sedentary time across all settings, such as, occupation, leisure, transportation and household, were important. The group that was specifically counseled to change their behavior were more physically active and less sedentary, and had improvements in systolic blood pressure and fasting glucose levels.

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