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Researchers present new treatments against diabetes in UNB

Between 25 and 28 October, experts suggest new ways of preventing the disease that affects 6% of Brazilians

 
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Jane Dullius, project coordinator extension Sweet Challenge diabetes education
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Jane Dullius, project coordinator extension Sweet Challenge diabetes education

The new ways of preventing and treating diabetes, a chronic disease that affects today more than 12 million people across the country, about 6% of the population, will be the theme Simpósio Doce Desafio II University of Brasilia (UNB) between 25th and 28th October.

The initiative that has trained more than 800 students and professionals in the treatment and prevention of disease, has seven teachers from UNB in ​​various areas such as Physical Education, Nutrition and Pharmacy. We have already presented more than 180 papers on the subject in various national and international conferences, says Professor Jane Dullius, project coordinator extension Sweet Challenge diabetes education.

The coordinator, who is also a diabetic for over 40 years, highlights the importance of physical activity in day-to-day carrier or who have a propensity to have the problem. According to her, exercise improves the ability of the tissues, especially muscle to capture the excess glucose in the blood and play into the cells to be generated energy. Physical activity helps control blood glucose and prevents the major cause that leads to diabetic condition, which is insulin resistance states.

According to her, the patient must make an assessment to determine which physical activity is most appropriate for your case, It is desirable that diabetics do at least three types of modes: aerobic, to strengthen the cardiovascular system, which is the leading cause of death among diabetics, working resistance, such as weight lifting, for modifying the structure of the body and helps in glycemic control, and enhancing flexibility because diabetics have a greater tendency to articulate and generalized stiffening of the body, she says, which strengthens even though these practices should be followed regularly at least three times a week.

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carlos
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16/11/2012 16:40:16
faço natação 3 vezes por semana pois não gosto de academia gostaria de saber se e suficiente tenho diabetes tipo 2
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16/11/2012 16:40:11
faço natação 3 vezes por semana pois não gosto de academia gostaria de saber se e suficiente tenho diabetes tipo 2
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