A few more details, please! LOL
Are you on medication? If so, is it insulin or otherwise?
Is the exercise a permanent part of your lifestyle now? Are you consistent with the exercise?
The whole point of exercising is to lower your blood sugar without medicinal assistance, so IF you are on medication for diabetes, and IF you are intending to continue the exercise every day, and IF this blood sugar drop has been going on consistently, talk to your doctor about changing your dosages!
Otherwise, I'd suggest you may want to break the exercise into shorter sessions, spaced throughout the day, so the little "pre-exercise snack" will work for you... but I find for myself that the blood sugar drop tends to be HOURS AFTER the exercise. We're each a little different, and you will need to try a few suggestions til you find one that works for YOU.
Good luck... and
, you are doing just what you should be!
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