the best thing you can do for your diabetes is exercise (if you're not already doing so) the difference on my numbers is huge when I work out and when I don't. I manage my diabetes with nutrition and exercise, I don't take medicine. I'm also new at this
You could possibly be having symptoms of low sugar even though your numbers are good especially if they were very high before. Your body is learning to adjust to new numbers but keep up the good work and keep testing. Drink lots of water and good luck to you.
I was diagnosed a little over a week ago Type 2. I test before breakfast and before dinner per Drs orders and take Metformin at those meals. I was told if I do not feel right, have a headache, nausea etc. to test before anything else. I sometimes have been getting light headed, but my numbers are fine, but then when I eat something I feel better. I am definitely eating enough and staying within my goals. What else can I do?
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