Diabetes Exercise Individualization Modules (DEIM) is a course which aims on those Diabetics which are a victim of sedentary lifestyle, obesity, elder age. This course will take you through a numerous aspects of exercise and diabetes.
DEIM is spread through --- sections which consists of:
This course is designed with YOU at the center. We wish to deliver all that you need.
Always feel free to interact with the instructor in the Q&A section and clear your doubts.
Diabetics can efficiently manage their blood sugar levels by learning this module and Health care providers can have an added advantage to their professional skills.
Let's make this world a sugar friendly place!
Welcome to DEIM – the DIABETIC EXERCISE INDIVIDUALIZATION MODULES
This course is specifically designed for Diabetics and health care providers to understand the aspects of Exercise in management of diabetes. Individualization is meant to deliver a high yield review of aspects of Exercise in obese, newly diagnosed & elderly diabetics.
The DEIM course consists of 5 sections –
Before taking this course it is kindly requested that you get yourself assessed by your Doctor to take any exercise regime.
Kindly go through the Course Goals to understand the aim of this course better.
Try to discuss the exercise modules in the Q&A section and get your doubts cleared thoroughly.
We hope that this course is helpful enough in managing your blood sugar levels by undertaking a regular exercise routine.
At the end of this course you will be able to prepare a personalized exercise regime which will be compatible with your other management modalities prescribed by your doctor. Also, you will be able to correlate your exercise regime with your knowledge of exercise modules.
Stay healthy is what I say!
This lecture will take you through the 4 management modalities that hold importance in Diabetes Mellitus. By the end of this lecture, you will have a clear insight to the management of DM and importance of exercise as a part of DM management.
Quiz for section 1 & section 2.
This is section 3, the EXERCISE INDIVIDUALIZATION.
In the previous section you got to know answers to these questions:
This section is aimed at providing a high yield review of the aspects of exercise in newly diagnosed diabetics, elderly diabetics and obese diabetics.
We have already discussed about the benefits of exercise, precautions before exercise, type of exercise, frequency and duration of exercise in the previous section.
In this section, we will apply the knowledge of these exercise modules individually on newly diagnosed, elderly and obese diabetics.
At the end of this section, you will be able to plan your own exercise regime which would be in accordance with the meal that you consume, the medicines you take and the insulin that you inject.
Motwani Chirag is a professional medical trainee, learning a lot of medical aspects under the guidance of great teachers such as Dr. S. Shukla, Dr. N Chhabra, Dr. Patti, Dr. Sushil Dawka, Dr. S. Ray and Dr. M. Thourani at SSR Medical College, Belle Rive. In a near future he will be the Mr. Doctor dedicated to understanding and treating the patients of their illness.
Chirag has been an active student in the field of Diabetes, its pathogenesis nd management. He along with his colleague, Divya Jain, successfully delivered a poster presentation at IAMBR (International Association of Medical and Biomedical Researchers). The poster was aimed at delivering the facets of one of the complications of diabetes mellitus i.e. Dyslipidaemia.
Chirag has proven a sound academic quality by achieving two distinctions in Physiology and Biochemistry. He enjoys reading various books aimed at increasing the medical knowledge and knowledge of personal development, social interaction.
As a hobby (and a plus qualification), Chirag has obtained bachelor's qualification in Bharatanatyam, by completing a 7 year course, under the guidance of his Guru Dr. Neha Shukla from his hometown, Jamnagar (a small and beautiful town on the western coast of state of Gujarat, India). Chirag has always considered his parents, Mr. Lalit Motwani and Mrs. Shobha Motwani, as his role models and life-long mentors.
Health is what he prefers, Stay healthy is what he says!