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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"!
Melissa in VA (EST)
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I can't say I've noticed any difference in my FBS, but I know that I am a lot happier that Sunday (at least until football starts and I get all stressed out all over again).
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I haven't noticed any difference. My BS was 118 this morning about normal for me.
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?
Christine (SouthCentral WV)
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