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Are diabetic blood sugar levels higher when you're dehydrated?


I've noticed that, when I first get up in the morning, my blood sugar levels are higher then they are at other times of the day. This doesn't make sense, as I haven't been eating at all while I'm sleeping. Are my levels higher because I haven't been drinking while I'm asleep, am dehydrated and the proportions of sugar to liquid in my blood are therefore higher?

 

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    Catherine Kane 4 years ago

    Thanks.

    It was the only theory I could come up w/ that accounted for the facts, but its nice to have independant confirmation

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