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Diabetes Freedom

by Mathew John (2020-03-23)

Included in this blood sugar chart are: Diabetes Freedom Review glucose levels at the first hour of the day, after breakfast is eaten, before eating any meals, two hours post prandial (anything eaten or drunk) and last, just before going to bed at night. The sheer number of pricks on the finger to get the blood samples is scary for a lot of people, but a little tension is fine if it means saving a life. The recordings are going to be a great help for the doctor in the quest for the right management to take.Familiarizing with the normal ranges of glucose levels is also a must. Although it can be easily memorized, it is best to still keep the numbers written. Glucose levels when first waking up should be around 80-120mg/dl, post prandial is >160mg/dl and bedtimes at 100mg/dl-140 mg/dl. Generally these numbers come out but they can differ from patient to patient. Find out with the attending physician if your glucose levels are in the general levels.The blood sugar chart was not invented as a task that should be feared, it has to be treated with respect as this is a tool that is very useful and can actually save the a diabetic's life. In matters of emergency, this chart is going to be the only thing standing in the way of a good diagnosis and treatment. Be certain that all the information is detailed in the blood sugar chart. When the chart is read by a specialist, they will see and interpret the information differently than the patient and they could make judgement calls in maintenance and treatment choices.