عنوان مقاله [English]
Introduction:Diabetes is the cause of more than 1.3 million deaths worldwide. Exercise programs reduce glycosylated hemoglobin levels by about 0.6 percent from 8 weeks to one year. Keeping HbA1C below 7% not only prevents the onset of diabetes complications in the springs, kidneys and nerves, but also prevents them from progressing and prevents them from progressing. Exercise in type 2 diabetic patients should be taken to improve patient well-being.
Materials and Methods: 75 diabetic women were selected and randomly assigned to intervention and control groups. The physical activity test was performed with the HbA1C test and then the prepared training program was performed on the intervention groups. The HbA1C and posttest tests were repeated in the intervention and control group. The data collection method includes a demographic profile questionnaire of the studied individuals and a short version of the International Physical Activity Questionnaire.
Appropriate tests were used to investigate the relationship between each factor.
Results: The HbA1C level in the control group before and after the mean intervention was 3.8 59 1.59 and 8.8 33 1.33, respectively. And in the study of the statistical relationship between HbA1C level after intervention in the control and control group, there was a statistically significant relationship with independent t-test (P = 0.005). After the intervention, all patients were able to perform soft movements and cooling movements.
Conclusion: The program of promoting physical activity based on the exercise protocol in type 2 diabetic patients has been effective in improving the health index of patients.