08-19-2011 09:30 PM
More recently, however, I began taking Bikram or "hot" yoga. I became addicted to it right away. I have not been in a couple of weeks due to a diabetes setback that caused my numbers to rise to an uncontrolled level. I do plan to return, though once I'm stable again.
It's a 90 minute class, so I'll have to ease back into it.
08-25-2011 07:52 AM
08-25-2011 09:21 AM
Yes I have heard it was great for that too!
I do my yoga classes twice a week but I wasn't able to go this week and I'm missing it!
I also walk almost every day, pushing a stroller and holding onto two dogs. ha!
08-25-2011 07:33 PM
I am also doing the P90X workout twice a week plus I have a home gym for weights. I used to do a Boot camp kick boxing workout but the class was canceled. I tried Zumba but since I sweat really bad and the class was always crowded I just dance at home.
I also surf and run after my 6 yr old Autistic grandson that we adopted. I will be 57 in December and I try to exercise on a regular basis because it helps with my blood glucose numbers.
I think I got my Yoga DVD from Giam .com.
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11-27-2011 06:48 AM
I think yoga is not only help to lower blood glucose level, but it also helps to keep your body fluxible, mentally keep you cool, keep your spine fluxible and strong and keep you young.
Doing yoga is not easy and needs a master to guide you, but there are some yoga that is slightly easier than the regular yoga. You can get the almost same benefit of regualar exercise by easy to perform those yoga; get benefited with this Simplified Diabetes Yoga.
12-15-2011 11:50 PM
Yoga is an exercise and meditation routine that I enjoy when traveling. When I was traveling every weekend to visit my aging parents, I brought my yoga kit with me. I was there to support them while my mom was going through a health issue and yoga was a wonderful outlet for me to clear my mind and re-charge my myself in a quiet manner.
02-06-2012 02:51 AM
Yoga is one of the best and very much effective form which is helpful for all types of health issues. I am also have faith on the yoga and it's effects. If you are a diabetic then yoga will help you to live healthy live with diabetes but proper form of yoga needed which will suitable for you. Yoga is also hepful for weight loss and will help to generate the energy level in the body.
10-15-2012 01:43 PM
Yes, I do yoga regularly without any exercise trainer.
In start I take few calsses to learn different yoga poses now I do it without any guidance.
It is an ideal exercise for me which helped me a lot to improve my health and fitness.