Higher blood sugar in the morning: should I be worried?

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Hi everybody, 
Recently I've been starting to really get my blood sugar under control thanks to my medication and diet but what worries me is that I always have higher blood sugar in the morning... Is this something I should be worried about?

Thanks in advance to anyone who answers!

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Higher blood sugar in the morning: should I be worried?

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@new2diabetes Hello new2diabetes, thank you for opening this discussion! 

Let me tag some members who can maybe answer your question and share their experience or advice:
@Patr084@Judykeko@Charlesntepah@Lmedford@Perrita321@PattyL@alicemarie57@Mrsspell@Jrodsantafe@simeonjohnson@pfbarnes2001‍ @Murryroberta‍ @Tanja530‍ @LaurieAnnmills‍ @Hilarymuir@Jboro2‍ 

Have you ever experienced higher blood sugar levels in the morning? Do you know what could be behind it? Feel free to share your experience or advice with us here!


Take care,
Courtney

Higher blood sugar in the morning: should I be worried?


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Yes I have and no I don’t know why

Higher blood sugar in the morning: should I be worried?


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Lack of sleep increases my numbers. Try drinking water in the morning

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While I was on pills, yes I had high blood sugar. I started on insulin and the highest I've gotten is 124.
Higher blood sugar in the morning: should I be worried?


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Has anybody traveled?

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@new2diabetes Hi, sometimes this happens to me when I slip up and snack before bed. Have you noticed if  it happens when you've eaten right before going to sleep?

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@new2diabetes I was doing some reading the other day on a diabetes site and it was talking about this effect (of course when I want to talk about it I can't remember the name) that is like rebound hypo. I think actually in the reverse of @cristonale , if you don't eat enough or take too much insulin I think it lowers your blood sugar too much and then to compensate your body rebounds so your blood sugar spikes. I think night sweats were a symptom? I'll try to find the thing I was reading again. But maybe it's that? Have you gotten a hold of your doctor to talk about it?

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