What's one of the most frustrating things to deal with when you have diabetes? Waking up to a high morning blood sugar! You wake up, roll over, check your blood sugar on your One Drop meter, and see: 247 mg/dL. What!
You're doing everything you're supposed to be doing to manage your diabetes like a pro: eating low-carb, going on walks, checking blood sugar regularly; you haven't eaten, taken insulin, or moved for hours, so what's the deal?
First Thing's First: You're Doing Awesome
Many people experience high blood glucose in the morning, just like you! So know, you are not alone. This is normal! And there are ways to fix it. You just need to figure out the root cause of the issue, which is exactly why we've come up with this guide. There are different reasons you can wake up with a high blood sugar, and this guide breaks it down for you.
Why Does Blood Sugar Rise Over Night?
Well, there are actually some good explanations for those mysterious morning highs (anything from dawn phenomenon to not enough medication), and some steps you can take to prevent them. Check out the this mobile-friendly One Drop Guide -- Why is my blood sugar high in the morning? -- to figure out what the cause might be and what to do about it.