Varied Exercise Regimen and its Impact on Glucose Control among Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients: A Systematic Review
Keywords:Aerobic exercise, Diabetes, Diet and supervision, Resisted exercise
Objectives: Systematic evaluation of study varied exercise regimen impact on Hemoglobin A1C and fasting blood glucose (FG) for type 2 diabetes mellitus patients in which age ranged from 30 to 88 years. Design: Systematic review, qualitative aspects of analysis followed guideline as per Cochrane handbook for systematic review of intervention and Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Data sources: The 23 randomized controlled trails out of 237 studies paper English language only on Web of Science and PubMed database, as where search place search term used since May 2018 and still April 2019. Results: The articles showed that implementation varied exercise regimen of physical exercise consisted aerobic, resistance, both combine form, walking, and endurance based as high-intensity interval training and co-intervention of low calorie diet, medicine, education counseling, and training supervision impose motivation and proper guideline could be glycosylated hemoglobin and FG reduction about type 2 diabetes mellitus patients. Conclusion: Varied exercise regimen of physical activity, specifically combine exercise such as endurance based aerobic and resisted exercise could be treated with pure medication to reduce glucose level in type 2 diabetes patients mellitus, managed along with lifestyle change the prolong time risk factors.
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