HealthandAge - Comments for "Blood sugar levels, blood pressure levels, blood cholesterol: Know Your Numbers!" /know-your-numbers Comments for "Blood sugar levels, blood pressure levels, blood cholesterol: Know Your Numbers!" en Blood sugar levels, blood pressure levels, blood cholesterol: Kn /know-your-numbers#comment-1522 <p>In order to be healthy you have to work out at least 30 minutes everyday. When you exercise, you will lose weight from all over your body. You can do simple exercise to strengthen certain muscle. The goal is to burn calories and controlling your eating. Don't eat more than your BMR level and exercise. You got to link your exercise to your eating. There more you eat then the more you have to exercise...it is that simple! There is a website that helps with a person's diet by counting calories like dollars. You only have so much calorie dollars to spend in order to eat food and you gain calorie dollars by exercising...neat! It is called the The Calorie Exchange Program. Here is the website: http://calorie.immunokin.com</p> pubDate Mon, 10 May 2010 18:59:04 +0200 dc:creator Anonymous guid false comment 1522 at http://www.healthandage.com Blood sugar levels, blood pressure levels, blood cholesterol: Kn /know-your-numbers#comment-483 <p>Hi, I used to have high blood sugar levels early in the morning, I went to my doctor who told me that as I was eating just before bed, my body didn't deal with those nutrients, therefore, I had higher blood suger numbers upon waking.</p> pubDate Fri, 02 Oct 2009 14:46:25 +0200 dc:creator Anonymous guid false comment 483 at http://www.healthandage.com Blood sugar levels, blood pressure levels, blood cholesterol: Kn /know-your-numbers#comment-303 <p>thank you, it's not always easy to understand all those blood sugar numbers</p> pubDate Thu, 17 Sep 2009 17:11:12 +0200 dc:creator Anonymous guid false comment 303 at http://www.healthandage.com Blood sugar levels, blood pressure levels, blood cholesterol: Kn /know-your-numbers#comment-286 <p>Exercise may cause low blood sugar or high blood sugar due to an increase in metabolic demands and due to the activity of insulin. Here are some ways to help prevent low or high blood sugars in diabetics who exercise: </p> <p>* Avoid injecting insulin into parts of the body which will be exerted during exercise, as exercise may prolong or shorten the time of insulin reaction. </p> <p>* Avoid exercising at the peak of insulin activity. Insulin should be administered approximately one hour before you begin exercising.</p> <p>* Avoid alcohol and beta blocker drugs around the time of exercise because they may cause low blood sugar. </p> <p>* Eat a snack just before and during exercise, and monitor your blood sugars before, during, and after exercise. </p> <p>* Keep simple carbohydrates, such as fruit juice or hard candy, and other food available. Also keep some extra insulin with you in case of emergencies.</p> <p>* If you experience pain in your chest, nausea, heart palpitations or severe shortness of breath during exercise, stop and consult your doctor.</p> pubDate Wed, 16 Sep 2009 19:16:58 +0200 dc:creator JUN guid false comment 286 at http://www.healthandage.com Blood sugar levels, blood pressure levels, blood cholesterol: Kn /know-your-numbers#comment-270 <p>I have diabetes, my blood sugar numbers go really high when I exercise, why?</p> pubDate Wed, 16 Sep 2009 08:43:52 +0200 dc:creator Anonymous guid false comment 270 at http://www.healthandage.com