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A number of studies show that if you have diabetes, yoga can benefit you in several ways. It can help lower body fat, fight insulin resistance, and improve nerve function — all important when you have type 2 diabetes. Like tai chi, yoga is also a great diabetic stress reducer “When stress levels go higher, so do your blood sugar levels,” says Colberg-Ochs.
One of the advantages of yoga as an exercise is that you can do it as often as you like. “The more the better,” she says. study published in March 2017 in the Journal of Physical Activity and Health concluded exercise helps lessen depressive symptoms in adults with type II diabetes, and suggested that less exercise may be required for people who are obese in order to achieve meaningful results.