The more you know about your type 2 diabetes, the better you can manage your condition.
A key part of that is understanding how your blood sugar can fluctuate throughout
Use the illustrated chart at right to help understand why your blood sugar goes
up at different times during the day and night.
It’s important to follow your treatment plan, monitor your blood sugar and work
closely with your healthcare team.
Why your blood sugar
goes up after you eat
Why your blood sugar goes
up when you are sleeping
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