i dont know why im so high the sugers when i feel so low i woke up in the night thiking im low when im not im at 256 when im feel like im low

i dont know why im so high the sugers when i feel so low i woke up in the night thiking im low when im not im at 256 when im feel like im low

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Comment by renka on March 13, 2013 at 11:04am
How do your sugars run through the day. If I've been running high like 300 then a 170 would feel a little low to me. Otherwise.... I have no idea? Maybe you are having anxiety issues?
Comment by Amy on March 13, 2013 at 11:21am
I find that night time highs can be just as disorienting as lows. Esp if I've been high for a while (upwards of an hour) during the night. Something about returning to consiousness in the midst of all that is very disorienting. As long as you check before you correct, it should only be an issue of comfort and confusion.
Comment by Syv on March 13, 2013 at 11:34am

ya i been running about that the 300

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