I'm not sure, but today my blood sugars were running really high. But, we had the time change and i was at the end of the insulin in my pump.... I don't think it affects my blood sugar so much, but it does mess me up emotionally which in turn can affect my blood sugar! I tend to get sort of depressed with the stupid government induced "time change"!
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Good Morning! I woke up at my normal time 5:30, but woke up to find out that we went back to standard time, so it was 4:30. My question is, when we switch from standard to daylight savings time or from daylight to standard time, does it affect how your body does with blood sugar levels?
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