On hot, humid days it seems my evening sugars run higher which require more insulin. Then in the morning, my sugars run very low ( 38-61). diet is exactly the same, so I just dont understand.
Diabetes, Type 2 - can extreme heat cause your blood sugars to be higher and give you a "false"?
Added 18 Jul 2016:
sorry, i didnt finish the question obviously. Can heat cause you to have "false" blood sugar readings? It seems that on hot humid days, my sugar runs higher at night therefore when i take my insulin according to the readings by morning my sugars are too low. I dont understand how to offset this so I dont wake up in the 30's.
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