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Goals For Blood Glucose Control

Discuss blood glucose (sugar) targets with your healthcare team when creating your diabetes management plan. People who have diabetes should be testing their blood glucose regularly at home. Regular blood glucose testing helps you determine how well your diabetes management program of meal planning, exercising and medication (if necessary) is doing to keep your blood glucose as close to normal as possible. The results of the nationwide Diabetes Control and Complications Trial (DCCT) show that the closer you keep your blood glucose to normal, the more likely you are to prevent diabetes complications such as eye disease, nerve damage, and other problems. For some people, other medical conditions, age, or other issues may cause your physician to establish somewhat higher blood glucose targets for you. The following chart outlines the usual blood glucose ranges for a person who does and does not have diabetes. Use this as a guide to work with your physician and your healthcare team to determine what your target goals should be, and to develop a program of regular blood glucose monitoring to manage your condition. Time of Check Goal plasma blood glucose ranges for people without diabete Continue reading >>

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  1. Cel101

    My blood sugar spiked. How do I get it down quickly?

    I dont know what to do when my blood sugar spikes high.

  2. betaquartz

    From what I have seen here, most people recommend drinking lots of water, and getting in moderate exercise-walking, riding a bike, etc. This all depends on how high you are spiking. I believe that over 300 you should be seeing the dr.

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    How often does your blood sugar spike higher? What are you numbers at that time? Does it spike higher when you eat something specific?

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