Impact of exercise on insulin sensitivity and glucose metabolism
Dr. Borra Dharmendhar, Dr. Gireesh, Dr. Nishanth Gowda N, Dr. Sandesh KS
This correlational study looks at the relationship between two variables, which are the levels of insulin sensitivity and the metabolism of glucose among diabetic patients with emphasis on the impacts of exercise on the two variables. The main objective of the research was to give a comprehensive assessment of the insulin sensitivity in lean and obese subjects diagnosed with high levels of glucose tolerance. The research was carried out in such a way that hyperinsulinemic-euglycemic clamp procedure was carried out with the stable isotopically-labeled tracer infusions among 400 patients in India. The body mass index was set at 36 kg/m2. The 26 lean sucrose levels for the patients were set at 22.5 kg/m2 for patients with normal glucose tolerance. Insulin was infused at varied levels to achieve the desired concentrations. The results showed that among obese subjects, the palmitate and glucose Ra levels in plasma decreases with the increase in plasma insulin concentrations.
Dr. Borra Dharmendhar, Dr. Gireesh, Dr. Nishanth Gowda N, Dr. Sandesh KS. Impact of exercise on insulin sensitivity and glucose metabolism. International Journal of Medicine Research, Volume 3, Issue 4, 2018, Pages 69-72