By Anonymous Latest Reply 2014-02-28 10:25:48 -0600
Started 2014-02-27 01:05:27 -0600

my sugar level high after walking

Tags: insulin

4 replies

Traceyrb 2014-02-28 10:25:48 -0600 Report

I've been a T1 for 36 years. LONG ago I heard you should not exercise if your sugar is high. Is that true. I was told it would make your BS even higher

GabbyPA 2014-02-27 14:16:18 -0600 Report

Jayabee is right, we need a little more information to help.

It is not unusual for levels to increase because our body may be giving us extra glucose to keep us going. Perhaps you got low and your body reacted?
Also, if you don't know your starting glucose number, you may just have been high to start with. A general rule is not exercise if you are over 300 or under 100 without taking corrective measures first.

jayabee52 2014-02-27 14:12:34 -0600 Report

There are a lot of things missing, there Anon. if you want someone to tell you what went on in your body to cause that high reading.

How long did you walk?, How high was your Blood Glucose (BG) you after the walk? How long before you started walking did you eat last and of what did the meal consist? What was the BG level after that meal?

I could make a WAG (wild arse guess) but that would only be a WAG.

God's best to you