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Title: The Effect Of Exercise On Diabetes Mellitus


1
The Effect Of Exercise On Diabetes Mellitus
  • Presented by
  • Carol V. R. De Costa, M.D., M.S.
  • Rehabilitation Medicine And Sports Services, P.C.
  • 189 Montague Street Suite 700
  • Brooklyn New York 11201
  • (718) 852-6949
  • www.remass.org

2
Disclosures
  • None

3
Objectives
  • Discuss definition of exercise
  • Review the physiologic effects of exercise on
    Diabetes Mellitus
  • Highlight the benefits of exercise in Diabetes
    type 1 and 2
  • Acknowledge Research studies on exercise and
    Diabetes
  • Understand the risks associated with DM
  • Learn tips for avoiding complications

4
What is exercise?
  • Definition Performance of physical exertion for
    improvement of health or correction of a physical
    deformity.
  • (Dorlands Medical Dictionary)

5
Types of Exercise
  • Aerobic- Affects the cardiovascular system.
    Increases oxygenation throughout the body and
    increases conditioning (exercise tolerance).
  • Predominance of Slow twitch (Type 1 Muscle)
  • walking running swimming, cycling etc.
  • Anaerobic- Affects the muscular system, by
    increasing strength and muscle bulk
  • Predominance of fast twitch (type II muscle)
  • Strengthening exercises, short duration
    activities

6
Types of exercise (contd)
  • Isometric No change in fiber length with
    contractions
  • Isotonic Contractions without movement of the
    joint, but with a change in muscle length.
  • Isokinetic Performed with a machine which makes
    contractions possible with movement against a
    constant speed with variable resistance

7
Isokinetic machine
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The Effect Of Exercise On Insulin And Glucose
  • Decreased blood glucose
  • Uptake of glucose into the muscles
  • Stored as glycogen
  • Decreased insulin level via use of insulin
    dependent glucose transfer to muscle.
  • Increased Insulin Sensitivity ( type 2)
  • May be blunted in Type I Diabetics dependent upon
    injection site
  • Increased glucose via glycogenolysis and
    gluconeogenesis

9
Effects of exercise in Type I Diabetics.
  • Overall good response to exercise in diabetes
  • Injection site can affect the availability of
    glucose
  • Sub-cutaneous abdominal injection best
  • Exogenous insulin is not modulated by the changes
    in glucose level due to glucagon or epinephrine.
    ( As with endogenous insulin)
  • High risk of post exercise hypoglycemia

10
Research Diabetes and Activities
  • Classic Harvard study 1992
  • 21, 271 US male physician
  • Prospective randomized
  • Followed for 5 years
  • Revealed those exercising 1X weekly or less had
    higher prevalence of Type 2 DM compared with
    physicians exercising 5X weekly (369/100k vs.
    214/100k)

11
Italian Diabetes and Exercise Study 2008
  • 606 subjects with type 2 Diabetes and Metabolic
    syndrome
  • Randomized controlled multi-center
  • Found that patients who received intensive
    exercise treatment decreased modifiable risk
    factors compared to those who received exercise
    counseling

12
Effects of Exercise on Type 2 Diabetics
  • Long term effects greater in Type 2 compared to
    type 1
  • (Anish EJ, Klenck CA. )
  • Decreases HbA1C in Type 2 DM
  • Increased insulin sensitivity in muscles, liver
    and fat cells
  • (Wallberg-Henrikson, 1992)
  • One exercise session can increase insulin
    sensitivity for 16 hours
  • (Landry and Allen)

13
Exercise effects on HbA1c
  • 30-60 Minutes aerobic exercise at 50-80 VO2 max
    3-4 times per week reduces HbA1c by 10-20 from
    baseline (ADA, 2004)
  • Resistance training can decrease HbA1c
  • Increase muscle mass and muscle glycogen stores
    (Erikson, et al Casteneda et al)
  • Circuit resistance training can have positive
    effects on HbA1c.
  • 2X weekly decreases HbA1c from 8.8-8.2
  • (Erikson et al)

14
Benefits of Reduced HbA1cEnhanced by exercise
  • 35 decrease risk of micro-vascular complications
  • 25 decrease in diabetes-related deaths
  • 18 decrease in combined fatal and non fatal MI
  • 7 decrease in all cause Mortality
  • UK Prospective Diabetes Study group, Lancet 1998

15
Overall Benefits of exercise in Diabetes
  • Improved insulin sensitivity (type 2)
  • Improved cardio-respiratory function
  • Lowers risk in cardiac death
  • (Blair et al, 1989)
  • Improved lipid profiles, blood pressure and body
    fat percentage
  • Decreased abdominal fat content
  • ( Lehman et al 1997)
  • Decreased mortality and lower incidence of
    macro-vascular disease (La Porte et al 1986
  • Improved mood (endorphins)
  • FBG or HbA1C in Type 1 diabetics not consistently
    improved

16
Preparation Strategies For Exercise
  • Pre-exercise, estimate intensity an duration of
    exercise session
  • Eat 1-3 hours prior to exercising
  • Inject insulin one hour before starting exercise
    activity
  • If blood glucose lt100mg/dl take a light snack
    directly before exercising
  • If blood glucose is gt250 do not exercise and
    check ketones( may need to add insulin)
  • Inject away from exercising muscle

17
Maximize benefits and limit risks of exercise
  • Supplement CHO every 30 minutes of exercise
    (30g/30 minute)
  • Replace fluids ( .5L H20 Q 15 -20 mins)
  • Monitor blood glucose (delayed hypoglycemia)
  • Increase caloric intake for 12-24 hours after
    activity.
  • Proper foot care
  • Avoid blisters
  • Check shoes for pebbles
  • Avoid weight lifting
  • retinal injury/ glaucoma

18
Special consideration for CSII Insulin Pump
  • Remove pump 30 minutes prior to short duration
    events
  • For long duration events gt1hr
  • Small boluses of insulin to decrease
    hyperglycemia
  • Avoid displacement of the unit
  • Use adhesive preparation to keep unit in place
    after increased sweating
  • Remove before participating in contact /
    collision sports

19
Recommendation for modification of Life style for
patients with DM
  • Fold exercise into your day - EVERY DAY
  • Get off the bus one stop before your home
  • Put the exercise bike in front of the television
    or in the room where you spend most of your time
  • Perform exercises while in the bed, (straight leg
    raising, stretching) upon awakening and before
    going to sleep
  • Park the car in the far end of the parking lot
  • Join the Gym or play a sport (Tennis, Basketball)
    with a partner

20
References
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    200427(Suppl 1)S58-S62
  • Anish, Ej, Klenck CA. Exercise as Medicine The
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    Wilkins 2007
  • Balducci S, Zanuso S, et al. Design and Methods
    for a prospective Italian multicentre trial of
    intensive lifestyle intervention in people with
    type 2 diabetes mellitus and metabolic syndrome.
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  • Castenada C, Layne JE, Munoz-Orians L, et al. A
    randomized controlled trial of resistance
    training to improve glycemic control in older
    adults with type 2 diabetes. Diabetes Care
    200225(12)2335-2341
  • ErikssonJ, TaimelaS, ErickssonK et al.
    Resistance training in the treatment of
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  • Kreisman SH, Ah Mew N, Halter JB, et al.
    Norepinephrine infusion during moderate intensity
    exercise reproduces the glucoregulatory response
    to intense exercise Diabetes 52(6)1347-1354,
    2003
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  • Landry GL, Allen DB Diabetes mellitus and
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  • Laporte RE, Dorman JS, Tajima N, et al
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