10 Ways To Avoid HIGH Morning Blood Sugar



Do you have to check your blood sugar in the morning? There’s a lot of suspense that comes with waiting for that number on the glucometer. For diabetics, this is an everyday routine. It allows them to manage their condition, and keep track of their blood sugar levels. In today’s video, we’re going to look at ways to avoid high morning blood sugar.

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Timestamps:
Intro – 0:00
1. Limit evening carbohydrates – 00:27
2. Afternoon exercise – 01:37
3. Night time hypoglycemia is bad – 02:37
4. Too much fat at dinner is not good – 03:46
5. Vinegar supplementation – 05:04
6. Take insulin after waking up – 05:54
7. Do not skip your breakfast – 06:22
8. Increasing BMR in the morning – 06:51
9. Staying connected to your healthcare provider – 07:13
10. Taking basal insulin, and adjusting your insulin pump – 07:47

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Summary:
1. Limit evening carbohydrates
Your diet has the most significant role in controlling diabetes.

2. Afternoon exercise
I think most of us could do a bit more exercise, but for people with high blood sugar, it’s crucial.

3. Night time hypoglycemia is bad
Hypoglycemia means having a low blood sugar level. It occurs when the blood glucose level is low.

4. Too much fat at dinner is not good
Contrary to popular belief, not all fats are bad. Fats are very important for your mental and physical health.

5. Vinegar supplementation
I know, most of you probably associate vinegar with a gross smell, and even worse taste.

6. Take insulin after waking up
Diabetics take insulin when their blood sugar levels spike during the day.

7. Do not skip your breakfast
A lot of people skip their breakfast because they have to rush out the door in the morning.

8. Increasing BMR in the morning
Your basal metabolic rate, or BMR, is the number of calories you need to keep your body functioning while resting.

9. Staying connected to your healthcare provider
Morning sugar control needs the proper approach which will require help from your healthcare providers.

10. Taking basal insulin, and adjusting your insulin pump
A lot of people suffering from diabetes are unaware of the causes and dangers of a morning rise in blood sugar.

For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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