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Pol. Merkur. Lek (Pol. Med. J.), 2018, XLV/270: 242-247

Title: The influence of exercises on rehabilitation and reconditioning tables on carbohydrate management in type 2 diabetic patients 

Authors: Zdrodowska B, Leszczyńska K, Leszczyński R. 

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The influence of exercises on rehabilitation and reconditioning tables on carbohydrate management in type 2 diabetic patients

Zdrodowska B1, Leszczyńska K2, Leszczyński R1.

1University of Social Sciences in Lodz, Faculty in Kolobrzeg, Poland; 2Medical University in Poznan, Poland

Type 2 diabetes has long been called the epidemic of the XXI century. It is the most common type of diabetes. One of the main causes of premature mortality, primarily due to serious complications, which for many years, developing „deceitfully” and asymptomatic. Despite the dynamic growth of the pharmaceutical industry and diabetes care for all patients is not possible to achieve target glycemic index values. It is emphasized that in type 2 diabetes by lifestyle, proper diet and regular physical activity are non-pharmacological treatment methods for maintaining good health. In many scientific studies noted, the close relationship of systematic traffic with less risk of developing the disease. That is why ongoing search for alternative methods of conducting physical training in patients with type II diabetes that are both attractive, safe and providing the highest benefits. Exercise on rehabilitation – reconditioning tables can be an attractive alternative to influence the metabolic control in patients with type 2 diabetes.
The aim of the study
was to evaluate of the effectiveness of increased physical activity with the use of rehabilitation-reconditioning tables on selected parameters of carbohydrate management in patients with type 2 diabetes.
Material and methods
. A group of 50 women during their stay at the sanatorium were examined in aspects of biochemical blood parameters – glucose and glycosylated hemoglobin on the first and last day of 15- days training session (with a Sunday break) on 8 rehabilitationreconditioning tables with a total duration of 64 minutes. In addition, daily fasting blood capillary glucose levels were measured. To assess the level of physical activity of respondents used the International Physical Activity Questionnaire (ang. International Physical Activity Questionnaire – IPAQ) in Polish, in a condensed form (IPAQ Short Form).
Results
. The analysis of the study shows that exercise for rehabilitation and reconditioning tables are an effective non-pharmacological treatment of type 2 diabetes. The exercise cycle used on rehabilitation and reconditioning tables caused a reduction of glucose and glycated hemoglobin levels in treated people.
Conclusions
. The study showed that training on rehabilitation and reconditioning tables is an attractive alternative to exercise influence on metabolic control in patients with type 2 diabetes, characterized by low physical activity, high BMI. Due to age related problems, a different type of physical activity is often impossible to these patients.

Key words: type 2 diabetes, motor activity, glucose, glycated hemoglobin

Pol Med J, 2018; XLV (270); 242–247