Working nightshift

By kejo Latest Reply 2013-12-18 10:51:16 -0600
Started 2013-12-17 01:47:49 -0600

Has anyone worked nightshift and noticed a difference in their blood sugars?

4 replies

dagger1234 2013-12-17 15:00:22 -0600 Report

I noticed when I was working at night, I didn't have time to think about food and the job was required to move a lot, I think I actually lost weight and wasn't always thinking about things to eat or do, it helped Me. Now I'm back at home constantly thinking of what's next to eat. Ugh

katiejoanne 2013-12-17 10:31:58 -0600 Report

Yea I have done overnight shifts before, depending on if I was busy running around or not was a factor if my blood sugars ran normal or even got low. It does throw things off when you have to eat "lunch" and 3am, your whole body and sometimes your blood sugar is thrown off.

Silicone eyes
Silicone eyes 2013-12-17 05:49:04 -0600 Report

not quite night shift, but I come in anywhere between 0400 and 0700, and leave between 15:30 and 2200, not all the time. My pump has helped a lot, but my numbers can still be unpredictable on really weird days

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