Aerobic Exercises on Type II Diabetic With Hypertension
S. S. Subramanian, M. Phil and P. Venkatesan
Professor Emeritus, Loyola College, Chennai-34.
ABSTRACT: Structured, Scientific means of Aerobic Exercises results in an improved Aerobic Power in Cardio respiratory system, within Muscle and Obesity, Blood pressure an improved glycaemic control. This study where the effects of Aerobic Exercises among Type II diabetes with Hypertension are analysed for their effects on obesity, hba1c and Blood Pressure. Methods: Being an Experimental Study Subjects, with known Type II DM and HT on Medication at random are allotted in two Groups. Duration of the study was six months from 2008 to 2013. The study was conducted at Sree Balaji College of Physiotherapy, Chennai – 100. All the subjects waist circumferences, HBA1C, Blood Pressure, and Heart rate were measure once at the beginning and after at the completion of the study. This Study reveals mean heart Rate reduced by 2 /mt, HBA1C by .34%, waist circumference by 2 cm and a mean reduction of systolic Blood Pressure by 3mm, diastolic by 2mm/ng, among Aerobic subjects, while control subjects have shown insignificant outcome. Aerobic Exercises done regularly are effective on improving Glycaemic control, HTN and Obesity.
KEYWORDS: HTN – Hypertension; ACSM – American College of Sports Medicine, WHO – World Health Organization; HBA1C – Glycelated HaemoglobinDownload this article as:
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