This morning I tested my blood glucose immediately when I woke up and got a score of 102. I have been tested in the 99-102 range a couple of times before.
Then I drank 2 cups of water and walked up and down the stairs like twice, and tested it again at 83.
Is that immediate score of 102 still problematic, I mean if high 90s are bad then it can't be good to sleep with glucose levels at that level, or is the hydraded mark of 83 better. I double checked the 83 to confirm it.
Is it possible that blood in the arms and or legs gets a little higher blood sugar than the core overnight, and I just need a little activity to get core blood back into the extremities?