Regular exercise is essential to overall cardiovascular health and well-being in people with type 1 diabetes, but exercise can also lead to increased glycemic disturbances. Automated insulin delivery (AID) technology has been shown to modestly improve glycemic time in range (TIR) in adults with type 1 diabetes and significantly improve TIR in youth with type 1 diabetes. Available AID systems still require some user-initiated changes to the settings and, in some cases, significant pre-planning for exercise. Many exercise recommendations for type 1 diabetes were developed initially for people using multiple daily insulin injections or insulin pump therapy. This article highlights recommendations and practical strategies for using AID around exercise in type 1 diabetes.
…. more: Diabetes Journals (ADA) (Quelle/Source)