Medication and Exercise Interactions: Considering and Managing Hypoglycemia Risk

Shahar, Jacqueline; Hamdy, Osama
January 2015
Diabetes Spectrum;Winter2015, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p64
Academic Journal
The article discusses medication management considerations in people with diabetes who are engaged in exercise, with dependence on antihyperglycemic medications. Topics discussed, include additive pathways to stimulate glucose uptake by muscles via translocation of glucose transport proteins, increase in hypoglycemia risk during exercise by the use of insulin and challenges associated with glucose management as exercise have variable effects on blood glucose levels.


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