Diabetty

502d

Hey, My blood suger has been out of control the past few days, any tips on how to lower it and keep it in range?

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    • LillianRose

      489d

      To avoid the highs i would tell you to lower your stress level

    • T1David

      502d

      Lows and highs? Smaller does of fast acting insulins. Lower or eliminate your carbs. Exercise.. Keep close monitoring of BS. Talk to your Dr.

    • Diabetty

      502d

      Ok, thanks for the advice I'll try that

    • jackiemay

      496d

      For me, PROTEIN, PROTEIN, PROTEIN

    • Tuti

      495d

      Try eating and taking your meds at the same exact time every single day. Stay away from a lot of carbs. Eat what you like just don't over do it. 🤗

    • lillypod21

      492d

      For me depending if it been too high i think do I have illness like a uti or another infection going on. Or do I have something mentally going on. If its going to low am I taking too much insulin then eat a little more food. I would just eat more protein no matter what because protein is good. And then I would also talk to your endocrinologist if you notice your blood sugars are not going back to normal after a week or so.

    • LillianRose

      489d

      To avoid the highs i would tell you to lower your stress level

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