A low-impact workout is the safest, most beneficial type of cardio exercise for people with diabetes. There are several low impact exercises one can do, such as walking, dancing, swimming which are not high impact and will not put undue stress on the body which triggers hormones to instruct our bodies to increase blood sugar levels to provide added fuel for muscles, which is something that diabetics need to avoid.
A workout on a mini trampoline provides the kind of aerobic exercise that helps to prevent diabetes and reduce its symptoms. Whether you’re a diabetic who takes insulin or not, bouncing on a mini trampoline assists in regulating your levels of the hormone by lowering blood sugar and increasing your cells’ ability to absorb glucose – both during and after your routine.
People with diabetes are also prone to nerve damage in their feet (peripheral neuropathy), which can be brought on by high-impact exercise. A gentle, yet highly effective rebounding session on a mini trampoline will help you to keep healthy and fit. It also decreases the chances of heart disease and assist in burning calories to help manage your weight, balancing, boosting your energy and a good night sleep.
Let the kid in you come alive again, get jumping on a mini trampoline.