Hyperglycemia Makes It Hard to Improve Your Aerobic Capacity, New Research Finds!
Regular aerobic exercise is associated with a host of benefits for the human body. In fact, this form of exercise helps diabetics manage their blood sugar levels. However, people with diabetes often find it hard to increase their aerobic capacity for no apparent reason. This has been a big dilemma for diabetics, doctors, health experts, and personal trainers. Nonetheless, a recent study conducted by scientists from the Joslin Diabetes Center has revealed some vital clues. The researchers found that hyperglycemia might keep patients from improving their aerobic fitness. Thus, diabetics are less likely to enjoy the many health benefits of this kind of exercise, unless they follow an overall healthy lifestyle.