Insulin and exercise

Insulin and exercise

To help you tailor your approach further, you might want to think about how much insulin you have on board when you are exercising.

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Click here to see the different insulin types available and to learn more about the ones you use. Then have a look at this information on the different insulin time actions.




2 responses to “Insulin and exercise”

  1. Normally on a working day when walking my dog I do half an hour between 9am and 9 30 am and I try to make that a brisk walk. At the moment I’m doing an hour due to Coronavirus as self isolating. Then between 12pm mad 12 30 I do a 20 min dog walk and tea time is a 10 min brisk walk as Im back out on shift after tea time til 10 30 pm at night. On my days off I do my usual half hour walk at 9am then in the afternoon I would like head to the beach for a longer walk weather permitting. Do to my shift work I wouldn’t be exercising later on a night but I’m happy with this as I would have more concerns on blood sugars running low during the night when I’m sleeping.

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