[Sheri Colberg, PhD, is speaking at The Diabetes World Summit (March 23-31, online and free) on Monday, March 23. Click here to register for free! Continue reading to learn more about Sheri Colberg’s work.]
Are you currently taking several medications for managing your diabetes? Would like to learn ways to reduce your dependence on your diabetes medications? What if you had the power to reduce your dependency on your meds by simply increasing your physical activity?
Any kind of medication comes with a certain amount of risk and side effects. If you can take action to reduce how much you are taking on a regular basis, you can greatly reduce the impact your body will suffer.
You can potentially reduce your reliance on diabetes drugs by increasing your physical activity.
Getting fit has so many advantages when it comes to your health.
Not only can a sedentary lifestyle contribute to the development of diabetes, but it has the potential to cause a myriad of other health problems that will greatly affect your quality of life.
Don’t remain enslaved to the side effects of your diabetes medications.
Find out how getting active will give you the power to become less dependant on your medications.
You’re not powerless to make changes for better health. Take charge of your activity level and start developing new habits for a healthier lifestyle. You have the potential to decrease your diabetes medication dependence by up to sixty percent!
Be sure you learn about the important factors concerning your health for exercising with diabetes.
If you currently suffer from diabetes, there’s a lot you need to know before you begin any exercise regimen.
You might want to ask yourself some of the following questions:
- What is your current fitness level?
- What type of diabetes do you suffer from?
- What current health challenges do you face?
- Do you have any pre-existing conditions that might be affected by increased physical activity?
- Are you pregnant?
- Are you going to be doing resistance or aerobic exercise?
All these factors and many more need to come into the design of any exercise routine for patients with diabetes.
Don’t take unnecessary risks with your health by disregarding your diabetes as you exercise.
Discover the recommended physical activity levels for people with diabetes from qualified professionals. Be sure you find out about how certain medications can affect you during periods of physical exertion. Don’t take chances with your health.
You can get the knowledge you need to start a safe and effective exercise regimen in order to reduce your dependence on diabetes medications.
Did you know that people can live long, active and fulfilling lives even while suffering from diabetes?
Learn the secrets of people who live long, active lives even while suffering with type 1 or type 2 diabetes. There are people who have lived with diabetes well into their 80s and 90s, and there is no reason why you can’t live a long life, too.
Diabetes doesn’t have to rule over your life. You can learn how others have learned to live long lives with the disease. Learn some of their tricks for eating right and getting the right kind of exercise and you too can live to old age with diabetes.
You don’t necessarily have to take all those medications to live with your diabetes. You can learn how to decrease your need for them while learning how to live an active lifestyle and increase your total health. The choice is yours: drugs or an active lifestyle.
We’re very excited to have Sheri Colberg, PhD, as a speaker for the Diabetes World Summit (register now for free!). Learn how to potentially decrease your medications by getting active. Sign up now to hear from Dr. Colberg and many other amazing health experts who know how to guide their patients to success. Make a move towards a healthy life for your kids today!
Learn how to reduce your dependence on medications by getting active today!
Learn more from Sheri Colberg at The Diabetes World Summit.
Online and free from March 23-31, 2015. Register now!