sugar is higher in mornings that at night would changing lantus to morning help
In all likelihood no, most all diabetic's have higher blood sugar readings in the morning, this is caused by the action of your bodies hormones and you can monkey around with how you prepare for bed in the evening such as a snach or not, etc. What it is called is the Dawn Phenomenon, I also have it and I have a evening snack high in carbohydrate and I usally have a b.s. reading about 110 and If I don't have that snack my b.s. readings are much higher. Changing when you take your basil insulin most likely won't change anything except the time of day that you take it. If you have access to a diabetes educator you may want to pose the question of the Dawn Phenomenon to that person, I'm sure there are many ways to treat it.
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