By Diabetes Health Magazine: http://www.diabeteshealth.com/read/2012/10/06...
Q: How do I lower my blood sugar when it goes over 200 mg/dl? I have Type 2 diabetes.
A: An excellent question, but a complicated one to answer. Your doctor or nurse educator should be contacted any time your blood sugar runs consistently higher than 250 mg/dl for more than two days. When a person with Type 2 diabetes encounters a high blood sugar, the strategy used in bringing it down will vary from individual to individual. This is because of the differences in treatment concerning diet, exercise, and medication. It will also depend upon the guidelines for glucose control that you and your doctor have mutually agreed upon.
When high blood sugars do occur, there are a number of strategies that can be employed to adjust the glucose level back down to a normal range. These might include:
1) Eating less food at the next meal, eliminating a snack and/or eating foods with a lower glycemic index.
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