Why does my blood sugar go up when I don’t eat : Type 2 diabetes?

I am Suffering from Type 2 diabetes Why does my blood sugar go up when I don’t eat ?


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In most cases, skipping a meal is not a big concern. However, skipping meals or eating without a set schedule might cause dangerously low or high blood sugar levels if you have diabetes.

At least three meals a day are important for maintaining a healthy weight and managing diabetes, but even a single missed meal might upset the equilibrium between food intake and some diabetic medications.

This can lead to dangerously low or high blood sugar levels, known as hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia, respectively.

Monitoring sugars is vital in diabetes

It’s critical to keep a closer eye on your blood sugar levels than ever whether you’re sick or just don’t feel like eating much. How frequently depends on your medication regimen and whether you have Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes.

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For those with Type 1 diabetes, it’s important to check your blood sugar four times a day, usually before meals and before bed.

For Type 2 diabetes check your blood sugar levels at least twice a day, in the morning and in the evening, if you’re taking medication.

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