Hmmm I am not sure but would look at when and what you are eating - a snack around bedtime with some protein and some carbs (glass of milk, crackers and peanut butter, or cheese, or something of that sort) might help. How long do you go between your last meal or food of the day and the next morning's meal.
The coach might have a better explanation, but if I understood my diabetes educator correctly, she told me that what happens to cause higher blood sugar in the morning is that our liver realizes we have not eaten in a long time (all night) and releases stored sugars into the bloodstream. That is one reason that many recommend eating frequent smaller meals/snacks throughout the day so that blood sugars stay more stable.
With love and caring from Nancy ... wishing all of you a wonderful, blessed, and precious day.
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