Physical exercise may improve artery health in diabetes patients
A new study says that regular physical exercise such as walking fast or cycling, can improve artery health in people with Type-2 diabetes.
Brisk walking or cycling can help the muscles of the arteries function smoothly.
Artery is the muscular elastic tubes that carries blood from the heart to all parts of the body.
The research found that low arterial health can promote the increase of heart-related diseases.
Heart-related diseases are the cause of death in individuals with Type-2 diabetes.
Type-2 diabetes is a lifelong health condition that causes a person’s blood level sugar to become too high.