How exercise will control blood sugar levels?

by GAVULLA RAVINDER REDDY
(HYDERABAD-CITY, TELANGANA -STATE- INDIA -COUNTRY)

HOW EXCERCISE WILL CONTROL BLOOD GLUCOSE ACTUAL CELL MECHANISM OF INTAKE DURING EXCERCISE?


SECOND QUESTION IS EVERY RED BLOOD CELL WILL GET GLYCATED WITH SUGAR OR NOT. QUANTITY OF SUGAR MOLECULE WILL BE TAKEN AS IN HBA1C TEST OR SOME RBC ONLY GET ATTACHED TO THE GLUCOSE?

LET ME HAVE ANSWERS , THANK YOU


MY FASTING BLOOD GLUCOSE LEVEL IS - 113 Mgs/dl
corresponding urine sugar - nil

pcbs sugar - 2hrs glucose level is - 139 mgs/dl
corresponding urine sugar - nil
HBA1C - 6.4 %

heameglobin - 17.2 gm
pcv - 52
total wbc - 5,200 cell/cumn.

Netrophils - 42 %
lymophocitis - 48 %
monocytes - 04 %
esonophils - 06 %
basilophiles - 00 %
platelets - 3.27 lakhs/cumns
abnormal cell - 00
blood picture - normocitic / normochromic

SGPT - 27 U/L , SERIUM CREATININ - 1.0 MGQ/DL, SERIUM SODIUM - 143 MEQ/L
SERIUM POTASIUM - 4.4 MEQ/L , SERIUM CHOLRIDE - 102 MEQ/L


SERIUM CHOLESTEROL : -158 MG/DL, TRIGYLCERIDES -267 MGS/DL, HDL - 39 MGS/DL, LDL -65MGS/DL


ROUTINE URINE EXAM : COLOUR- YELLOW, APPEARANCE-CLEAR, REACTION-ACIDIC, PUS CELL -1-2/HPF
EPITHIELIAL CELL -1-2 /HPF, CRYSTALS-NIL, CASTS- NIL
URINE FOR MICRAL TEST : 42 mgs/litre
parameter GFR: TOTAL OUT PUT 1000 ML/ 5HRS. SERIUM CREATININE - 1.0 mgs/dl,
urine creatine - 60 mg/dl , GFR - 164 ml/minute


kindly evaluate my test results and the position of my health condition particularly diabetic levels. And let me know how to control abnormal valued parameters naturally...thank you very much.



GAVULLA RAVINDER REDDY

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by: Dr.Albana

Hello Gavula Ravinder Reddy,


I read your message and understood your questions.


Exercising is very important in diabetic people. First, physical activity helps in controlling/reducing the blood glucose levels with two main mechanisms:

- with exercise, muscles use more glucose for energy which leads to a natural consumption of the excessive glucose

- exercise helps in reducing the insulin resistance as it makes easier for the glucose to enter the cells.

In long terms, exercise prevents the diabetes complications especially the heart ones. Being on the move delays the process of atherosclerosis and keeps your vessels healthy and your blood circulation in normal ranges.

It helps in controlling body weight and the blood fatty molecules like cholesterol which also contribute in developing heart disease and atherosclerosis.

After eating or after the glucose intake, the molecules of the glucose taken are spread throughout the body and every single molecule can reach it.

Glucose has a small molecule and can spread very fast in all organs and in a very short period of time through various mechanisms. The trouble is that it needs insulin in order to enter the cells.

Your glucose tests ( fasting glucose 113mg/dl, postprandial 139 mg/dl, and A1c 6.4%) are very satisfying. Remember that in diabetic people the goal is to reach and keep these numbers:

- fasting glucose less than 126mg/dl

- postprandial glucose less than 160mg/dl

- A1c nearly 6.4%


The blood count chart has nothing important to say.

Electrolytes are in normal ranges. Triglycerides are a little bit high which you can correct it only by some little changes in your diet.

Next time try to send your medical results associated with the reference ranges that the lab has because different labs have different references.

You can control your glucose levels with regular exercise and make some changes in your diet.

Exercise regularly, promote every day walking to yourself and weightlifting exercises are also recommended.

Avoid foods that are rich in sugars especially processed sugars and also alcohol.

Reduce the consumption of fatty foods and try to take regularly the medication given by you doctor.

Do not change the schedule of drug intake whatever how busy you can be.

Hope this is helpful for you.

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