- foods you might have consumed at dinner - morning hormones - lack of physical activity - other metabolic problems especially when it comes to thyroid - overnight hypoglycemia
At this point, I recommend to: - check your HbA1C level to understand what the average blood glucose during the last 3 months is - run a thyroid function test - try to control the foods you eat at dinner: have a small snack before bedtime (example nuts or any fruit).
If everything is ok, then, we should check for possible hypoglycemic episode at night. If you feel sweaty all of a sudden, then, check your blood sugar even if you have to wake up in the middle of the night.
Record the result for future reference as we want to understand if you go through night hypoglycemia or not.
Increase physical activity, especially after eating. Have frequent meals, but in small portions.
Hope this helps. Let me know if I can be of further help. Dr.Albana
Comments for High Blood Sugar Numbers Before (122, 118) and After (140, 142).