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Patients Diabetes (Type 2)

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Hello

I get very tired more and more often, I took up a bit more cycling recently but it was very hard and the slightest small hill was becoming very difficult

How to exercise in this case?

I don't know what to do, I talked to my doctor about it but he didn't have much to say... Thank you for your advice

Beginning of the discussion - 02/08/2019

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@Spencer Hello,

Thank you for posting! Do any members have any advice? Do you do any sport? Please share :)

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@Spencer I would recommend some light swimming, cycling up a hill seems like it is very strenuous indeed. The lighter the exercise the better, I think! Good to stay active though!

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Sports: Capoeira, Tai Chi

Problem: flexibility going, speed going, stamina down. Reflexes down. Could be age. Could be broken sleep

Possible solution: exercise related to these two on on training days, with no more then two a week missed. Flexibility exercises not working as far as I can tell.

I am more physically active than when I was working but now, trying to become a professional writer, I seem to have more aches and pains possibly needing more walk round the house breaks.