For the majority of the days, I've had pretty decent numbers.
Since a lot of unplanned things happened on the past 3-4 days, it's not surprising it has been a little more difficult to keep my bg in range than it usually is (and that's difficult enough!).
But some numbers are just... random.
There is no explanation whatsoever for a 305 - at bed time, and that's the point I decided that I do hate this day. I've been thinking about it several times today but until then I could take it somehow. With grumbling but I took it. But enough is enough. I'm tired, I'm exhausted, and I've eaten double of what I would have liked to eat. I can't even blame that roller coaster on overtreating lows or highs, there have always been several hours in between. As I said, it's so random today...
Anyway, I corrected that 305 with less insulin than I usually would and still ended up at 82 which went down to 61 - after I ate something.
And now? Now it's 2 in the morning, I still don't dare going to sleep and I already can tell that tomorrow's ruined.
Also, I ate so much more than I'd liked to that it is out of question that I put some weight back on, another fact that's depressing me. I just hate eating when I don't want to and especially the amount of food I had in addition today. It's not exactly great to feel so full...
How do you handle a night you are forced to stay awake despite being dead tired?
What do you do if you can't figure out what on earth you could have done wrong?
What I mean: I knew I waned to sleep so I took a smaller correction to NOT be in danger of going too low. Since I was feeling so sick and thirsty, I then sat down to drink a bottle of water. The result is that I don't know whether I should regret the latter or not. On the one hand, I feel a lot better now. On the other hand, drinking water when having a high bg seems to dramatically increase the risk of a following low bg... but I didn't make any obviously wrong decisions, did I?