This 6-week study aims to assess how taking regular active breaks can have a positive effect on glucose management and daily insulin dose on sedate people with Type 1 diabetes.
This study is being conducted fully remotely. You will be asked to complete 2 health assessments and wear an activity monitor for five weeks. As part of the study, you may be asked to include “active breaks” into your normal routine. Adding in active breaks will mean completing short three-minute walks on a regular basis. You will get access to a mobile fitness app that will support you in doing this.
People aged 18-66, who have Type 1 diabetes and spend most of their day sitting or lying down.
Liverpool John Moore University
December 31, 2023
The opportunity to explore how activity affects glucose management and daily insulin dose.