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6 Ways To Prevent Low Blood Sugar At Night

Nighttime dips in blood sugar levels are common among people with diabetes. Authors of a study published in June 2013 in Quality of Life Research noted that people with diabetes — type 1 or type 2 — experience low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) during sleep more frequently than many doctors realize. Nighttime hypoglycemia can be caused by a number of different factors, from exercising too close to bedtime to drinking alcohol in the evening. If untreated, low overnight blood sugar levels can lead to headaches and loss of sleep — and in extreme cases, seizures or even death. The good news is that preventing low blood sugar while you sleep can be achieved with a few simple steps: 1. Check Your Blood Sugar Before Bed “For everybody with type 1 or type 2 diabetes, it’s absolutely critical that they check their blood sugar before going to bed to make sure they’re not going to have an episode of low blood sugar during the night,” says Helena W. Rodbard, MD, medical director of Endocrine and Metabolic Consultants, a private practice in Rockville, Maryland, and past president of the American College of Endocrinology. If your blood sugar levels are low at bedtime, eat a healthy sna Continue reading >>

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  1. jackmosby1991

    What are some great tasting No Carb, preferably low calorie, (keto friendly) ALCOHOLIC drinks that you all are enjoying? I do not like Gin, I like Jager but it has too many carbs, I am very interested in Red Wine brands, preferably Malbecs.
    Tell me what you all think?

  2. RodaRose

    Do you like dry wines? http://www.myfitnesspal.com/food/calories/wine-red-malbec-313882625
    https://www.dietdoctor.com/low-carb/alcohol
    This group might be helpful: http://community.myfitnesspal.com/en/group/394-low-carber-daily-forum-the-lcd-group

  3. medic2038

    I mostly go for a Gin Rickey (it's gin, club soda and lime) if I have to have a drink.
    Realistically you're going to be kind of hard pressed to find low/no carb drinks, unless you're going with straight liquors.
    Even then alcohol is the FIRST thing to be metabolized by the body. Also while doing keto you may find you get drunk off of a lot less than usual, so be careful with it!

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How to stay awake all night ? Tips to staying awake revealed above will help to keep yourself awake as much as possible , I oversimplified all the best ways to stay awake in this video Just make sure you use them correctly for your benefit . Generally the video is made for anyone struggling with staying awake and wants natural ways to stay awake Im sure these easy-to-do tips will be helpful for you . Tip 1 : Dont stay in your Pajamas : Once you get in your pajamas you wont get out , and that will induce sleepiness Tip 2 : Stay away of your bedroom : that will induce sleepiness for sure Tip 3 : Do some exercises The best way to wake yourself is to take a short walk. You can also try to dance a little to some music. Doing some physical exercises is also a point. Taking a shower after the exercises will help you to stay awake even better. Tip 4 : Drink coffee a single cup can often help keep you awake for several hours thanks to caffeine Tip 5 : Find a friend There will be someone else on your course doing the same thing as you. One good way to get through the experience is to have someone share the pain with you. Find out who they are and keep in touch via social media to keep motivation going Tip 6 : Stay in bright light : Light has a powerful effect on your internal clock, and bright light can temporarily fake the body into thinking it's not yet time for bed . Lately Ive got many people asking me : how to stay up all night so this short and simple video is make for you Anyone that has trouble staying awake all night , these tips with surely help him , they will keep you up for hours to do whatever you wanted to staying awake and keep awake facebook : https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?... youtube channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYn1...

Do You Bolt Awake At 3 A.m.? Low Blood Sugar Symptoms May Be To Blame

You’re exhausted and you need your eight hours of sleep, but you suddenly bolt awake around 3 or 4 a.m., energy coursing through your veins and mind churning anxiously. What gives? Waking up in the middle of the night is simply one of many low blood sugar symptoms. Why Symptoms of Low Blood Sugar Can Cause You to Be Awake at 3 a.m. Sleeping through the night represents a long period without food when blood sugar can drop too low. This is bad news for the brain, which depends on glucose for energy. The brain is highly active at night, transforming short-term memory into long-term memory,[1] and carrying out repair and regeneration.[2] In response, the adrenal glands, two walnut-shaped glands that sit atop the kidneys, release stress hormones. These stress hormones raise blood sugar back to a safe level. Unfortunately, stress hormones also raise, well, stress. Hence the anxious awakening during night’s darkest hours. Eating at 3 a.m. Can Help You Fall Back to Sleep A quick fix for this and other low blood sugar symptoms (below) can be as simple as eating a small amount of protein—with perhaps some fat thrown in—when you wake up too early. This could a spoonful of nut butter, Continue reading >>

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    nuEvery other day I see a post about "Keto-flu" or someone passing out, getting dizzy or having low energy levels. Sometimes people complain of nausea but that is another thing all together.
    IF YOU WANT TO SKIP THE SCIENCE, JUST FOLLOW THE 2 RULES BELOW AND BE HAPPY*
    So let me explain to you what "Keto Flu" really is. Everybody that ends up on a Keto diet inevitably ends up cutting out a ton of processed food. With all the processed food, you end up cutting out most of your sodium intake. We have been told sodium is bad for us, just like saturated fat right? Not exactly, YOU ACTUALLY NEED MORE SALT THAN EVER UNDER A VERY LOW CARB DIET. When you cut back your carbs, you don't end up with blood sugar spikes every time you eat and digest food, because well, your not eating any sugar. As a result, your body doesn't need to elevate your circulating insulin levels to keep your blood sugar at normal levels. Normally, your kidneys tend to store and reuse a lot of sodium, under normal conditions. When your insulin levels are very low and stable, your kidneys through various horomonal mechanisms go into a diuretic type mode, excreting lots of sodium, potassium and water. The net effect is, if YOU DO NOT REPLACE YOUR SALT YOU GET LOW BLOOD PRESSURE. [1] Symptoms of low blood pressure include, dizziness, weakness and fatigue.
    Another aspect of Keto-flu can include the nausea and diarreah many new keto dieters sometimes experience. If you go from a high carb diet, straight to Keto in one giant leap. You are probably going to have a bad time. Let me go over some biology.
    When you eat foods, all your macro nutrients are broken down into their constituent parts such as simple sugars, amino acids, fiber and lipids. When you consume fat, various pancreatic enzymes and bile salts from your liver and gallbladder all work to break the fats/lipids down into cholesterol, triglycerides and other components. ***IT takes time for the liver, gall-bladder and pancreas to up-regulate the production of bile/enzymes in order to accommodate a large amount of fat. If you ingest a large amount of fat and your organs don't produce enough of these things to break it down, you can get very nauseated from undigested fat.
    Another thing that can happen with new keto-dieters is diarrhea. You may or may not know, there is a diverse world of bacteria, yeast and other microorganisms in your gut. Sometimes, they are beneficial and assist in digesting food, and sometimes they are simply taking advantage of a free meal. Every organism in your gut is constantly vying for space and nutrients in your gut, its like a world war 2 that never ends with some sides taking more territory than others. If your like most people and have taken rounds of antibiotics or consumed a standard american diet with tons of sugar/carbs and alcohol. It is like you just wiped England and France off the map and threw money and food out of helicopters to the German army. Basically, you probably messed up the balance of power, letting e. coli, H. pylori and Candida A. to start taking over where they shouldn't. This is called Gut Dysbiosis and is part of the reason Keto and Paleo can be so beneficial for auto-immune disorders. We now know 70% of our immune system is located in our gut ecosystem, and these gut bacteria have connections to our nervous system and can initiate cravings as if they were telling us to feed them with certain food.[2]
    What this means for Keto: Most these "bad" microorganisms overgrow because we ate too much sugar, drank too much booze or took a ton of antibiotics. When you stop eating carbs, you cause mass genocide in your gut as many sugar dependent microorganisms die by the billions from starvation. The rotting corpses of these microorganisms can release chemicals and initiate inflammation inside your gut. leaving you with a few days of diarrhea and nausea at the beginning of your keto experience.
    Let me lay down two rules of happy ketosis dieting. If you don't follow these rules, you probably won't be happy and it might sabotage your keto experience.
    RULE ONE! . Supplement with 1 TEASPOON of salt per day, whether you want to or not! (magnesium supplements can help also)
    Practical considerations: Easiest to dump a teaspoon of salt into heavily buttered vegetables.
    RULE TWO!. If your new to keto, reduce your carbs GRADUALLY to let your stomach and body adapt instead of being shocked into keto.
    Effects of insulin on renal sodium excretion. Gupta AK, Clark RV, Kirchner KA. Source Department of Medicine, University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson 39216-4505.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1730458
    Gut microbiota: next frontier in understanding human health and development of biotherapeutics Satya Prakash, Laetitia Rodes, Michael Coussa-Charley, and Catherine Tomaro-Duchesneau
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3156250/

  2. NilacTheGrim

    Brilliant post and the science seems solid based on what I've read as well. Very informative.

  3. Garainis

    And that`s why I felt so awful for the first two days... The day before starting keto I literally drank and ate everything I wanted with high carbs including a sixpack of coke and a lot of bread.
    Day 3 right now, feeling a lot better. It seems that my cardio exersises help to adjust too.

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http://revobiolabs.com Managing Diabetes: Managing diabetes tips, news and treatment Managing diabetes: Managing diabetes research, say they've linked type 2 diabetes with earlier development of precancerous colon lesions recommend people with the blood sugar disorder start colorectal screenings at a younger age than others. The managing diabetes research implies that people with diabetes should get screenings earlier, possibly at age 40, rather than at age 50. However, another managing diabetes experts said more research is needed before making that recommendation.The researchers cautioned that they can't say for sure that diabetes by itself raises the risk of the precancerous lesions and further study is required. Managing diabetes experts know that diabetes is linked with an increased risk of colon and other cancers. Researchers set out to determine if people with diabetes develop precancerous lesions, also called polyps or adenomas, earlier than people without diabetes. The researchers compared the incidence of polyps in three groups of patients: those 40 to 49 with and without diabetes and those 50 to 59 without diabetes. Each group had 125 people.

Tips For Managing Nighttime Hypoglycemia

Many people with diabetes (both type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes) experience hypoglycemia while sleeping—this is called a nighttime low (as in low blood glucose level). Many factors contribute to nighttime hypoglycemia. Being familiar with the causes will help you understand the signs and take steps to prevent nighttime lows. Episodes of hypoglycemia can be uncomfortable and frightening. Severe hypoglycemia can cause seizures and be life-threatening so it's important to recognize the problem and respond appropriately.Read on for tips to help you prevent hypoglycemia. Recognizing the Signs Shakiness and irregular heartbeats can be a sign of approaching hypoglycemia. Symptoms can develop when blood sugar drops below 70 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dl). Eating dinner much later than you normally do, drinking excessive amounts of alcohol or having an unusually active day can contribute to the condition. Sometimes exercising too close to bedtime can trigger it, too. Experts say it's best to avoid exercising within two hours of bedtime. If you frequently wake up with symptoms of hypoglycemia, such as a headache, nausea, restlessness, dry mouth, light-headedness, or sweating, start t Continue reading >>

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  1. juliekaboolie

    I have no idea whether or not I'm in ketosis. I eat absolutely NO fruit other than 1-2 squares of 85% dark chocolate per day. 2 squares totals 5 carbs. I eat no potatoes, grains, or starchy veggies. I actually eat meat, fish, eggs, fats (coconut oil, olive oil, butter, and cream), green veggies (ie, kale), and nuts (infrequently...almonds, pistachios, macadamias, or cashews only). I don't trust ketostix, so I'm wondering if I'm in ketosis?? I aim for 20 net carbs per day. I figure I'm plus/minus 5 on that. Thoughts? What does ketosis feel like for you?
    Oh and P.S. I usually eat a one minute muffin everyday with butter on top.

  2. nspeedracer

    For me its when im not bloated and my teeth stay clean regardless of brushing. I dont really feel much different in or out of ketosis, unless im really in mega ketosis and workingout makes me lightheaded

  3. rosehip

    If I am really immersed in ketosis...a slightly metallic taste in my mouth. This goes away when I drink a LOT of water though....which I should be doing...right now...gotta go

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