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Insulin Resistance And Nitric Oxide Response To Low Volume High Intensity Interval Exercise Versus Continuous Moderate Intensity Aerobic Exercise In Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

Gohar Mohammed Albady.

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Objective: Exercise can increase nitric oxide production and helping to improve insulin sensitivity in type 2 diabetic patients and there is in need to establish the efficacy of low volume high intensity interval exercise versus traditional moderate intensity aerobic exercise on insulin resistance and nitric oxide in type 2 diabetic patients
Material and Methods: Sixty type 2 diabetic female patients participated in this study. They were selected from the diabetic Out Patient Clinic of Kasr El- Eini hospital; their ages were ranged from 40 to 50 years, their body mass index (BMI) were less than 30 kgs/m. Patients were randomly assigned into two groups equal in number (30). Patients in each group would receive a program of exercise for 8 weeks. Group (I) consists of 30 patients would receive traditional moderate intensity exercise for 25 minutes, 3 sessions per week. Group (II) consists of 30 patients would receive low volume high intensity interval exercise program for 25 minutes, 3 sessions per week.
Results: The results showed that nitric oxide increased significantly (P< 0.05) within each group, Significant differences of the post treatment mean values between both groups in favor of group HIIT were recorded (p

Key words: Diabetes mellitus, insulin resistance, nitric oxide , exercise


 
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