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New research horizons in physical exercise in type 1 diabetes: physiology, technology and pharmacology
By Richard Bracken, Associate Professor in Exercise, Physiology and Biochemistry, and Othmar Moser, Postdoctoral Researcher, Diabetes Research Group, both from Swansea University, UK
Though regular physical activity is well-known for its wider health benefits, new research is recognising the specific importance of physical exercise, more than hitherto thought, for people with type 1 diabetes.
In this talk, we reveal some novel ways that regular physical exercise might benefit the person with type 1 diabetes e.g. through recovery from hypoglycaemia unawareness or ß-cell rejuvenation.
Though performing physical exercise requires an adjustment to exogenous insulin and/or carbohydrates to preserve safe blood glucose concentrations, what confidence do we have in the promotion of current recommendations (based on older established insulins) in an era of novel insulin technology?
Further, with the development of minimally-invasive interstitial glucose-sensing devices that facilitate real-time, glucose information the user is armed with more information than ever before, but do we believe these device measurements in dynamic situations to guide user behaviour, especially as they may be incorporated into a future artificial pancreas?
We hope the audience may be stimulated by an outine of the rapid development in this exciting field and the continued importance of physical exercise in type 1 diabetes.
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