Recent research conducted by the researchers of the University of Otago has led to the discovery of the fact that HIIT sessions can help with the overall reduction or even, reversal of loss of heart functions bought on by type 2 diabetes.
The reports show that three months’ worth of high-intensity interval training can improve overall heart functions in adults with type 2 diabetes without any other changes in their diets or medications.
The study has shown that control over glycemic control & overall lifestyle can help with alleviating the effects of type 2 diabetes.
High-intensity interval training sessions involve short bursts of exerting close to the maximum effort by doing exercises such as sprinting or climbing stairs, which are sectioned off with intervals between each session which comprise of moderate-intensity exercises like fast walking or jogging.
According to studies, type 2 diabetes-born cardiac ailments are the number one killer of type 2 diabetes patients.
Increasing aerobic capacities can be considered one of the best ways to prevent heart diseases from getting a grip owing to the effects of type 2 diabetes.
It can be difficult for people with impaired heart functions to follow the HIIT sessions properly, but according to the research, it has been concluded that HIIT sessions for adults with type 2 diabetes are completely safe & acceptable.
Patients who continue with their HIIT sessions become just as capable of going forth with comparable aerobic capacities & left ventricular exercises just as much as their non-diabetic counterparts.