The Effect of Using an Exercise-Nutrition Program on Some Physiological Variables on Diabetes Patients

Authors

  • Sherin Hussien
  • Dina Farouk Atef Morad
  • Naglaa Mohamed Abdelhamid Ibrahim
  • Mohammed Nader Shalaby

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i2.15005

Keywords:

Diabetes, Exercise-Nutrition Program, sugar level, cholesterol, non-athletic, blood viscosity

Abstract

The tremendous and astonishing technological progress in the modern era in all different fields has led
to a lack of human mobility and thus a lack of physical and physiological competence, which made him
vulnerable to many diseases called hypokinetic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, obesity, lower back
pain, diabetes, and high blood pressure. The Study Problem: Diabetes is one of the most common and
widespread diseases today, and failure to control this disease will lead to many complications, including
cardiovascular disease, high-fat content, in addition to limb muscle atrophy, high blood pressure and
peripheral nerve inflammation, which sometimes leads to leg amputation. The cause of death and this is the
source of the problem. The Study Objectives: Knowing the blood sugar level of non-athletic patients aged
40-55 years before the program. Designing an athletic program for diabetics aged 40-55 years who are nonathletes for the research group. To know the effect of the program on blood sugar, HDL cholesterol, and PCV
blood viscosity for the research group. Identify the effect of the program on the nerve signals received from
the upper and lower extremities of the research group. The study community the human field: people with
diabetes who are 40-55 years old who are not athletes. from 1/3/2020 to 1/7/2020. Hospitals and specialized
centers for treating this disease and the Physiotherapy Center for Sports Medicine in Egypt. Results: the
values of the blood sugar test indicate the significance of the differences between the pre-and post-tests and
in favor of the post-test, considering that the drop in blood sugar level is a positive case. blood HDL ratio
test indicates the significance of the differences between the pre-and post-tests and in favor of the post-test,
considering that the drop in blood sugar level is a positive case. blood HDL ratio test considering the high
level of HDL cholesterol is a positive case. Conclusions: 1-The diet and exercise program has a positive
effect on low blood sugar levels. 2-The sports and nutritional program have a positive effect on the level
of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol in the blood. 3-The sports and nutritional program have a
positive effect on blood viscosity (PCV). 4-The sports and nutritional program have a positive effect on the
nerve signals coming from the upper and lower extremities.

Author Biographies

Sherin Hussien

Lecturer, Department of Health Sciences, Faculty of Physical Education for Girls, Alexandria University, Egypt

Dina Farouk Atef Morad

Lecturer, Department of Health Sciences, Faculty of Physical Education for Girls, Alexandria University, Egypt

Naglaa Mohamed Abdelhamid Ibrahim

Lecturer, Department of Health Sciences, Faculty of Physical Education for Girls, Alexandria University, Egypt

Mohammed Nader Shalaby

Associate Professor of Biological Sciences and Sports Health Department, Faculty of Physical Education,
Suez Canal University, Egypt

Published

2021-03-24

How to Cite

Sherin Hussien, Dina Farouk Atef Morad, Naglaa Mohamed Abdelhamid Ibrahim, & Mohammed Nader Shalaby. (2021). The Effect of Using an Exercise-Nutrition Program on Some Physiological Variables on Diabetes Patients. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 15(2), 4030-4039. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i2.15005