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If you have diabetes and want to become more physically active, first discuss your plan with a health professional. Once you have the go-ahead, start slowly and gradually increase the amount of time you are exercising. Other tips to help you get started include: creating a list of potential exercise options that you enjoy and increase your heart rate, staying hydrated, and carrying a carbohydrate snack in case your blood sugar drops.
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