Smoking

kejo
By kejo Latest Reply 2014-04-06 20:30:00 -0500
Started 2014-04-06 07:43:09 -0500

Forgive me if this was asked before: I smoke, very rarely. Last night was a special occasion. Smoking raises your sugar?


8 replies

haoleboy
haoleboy 2014-04-06 20:00:58 -0500 Report

I quit 15 months ago after my stroke. Saw the stupidity in it. Also the terrible example I was setting. Since you only smoke on 'special occasions' why not just give it up all together? As a 40 year pack a day smoker I assure you that smoking is for losers.

kejo
kejo 2014-04-06 20:27:18 -0500 Report

I honestly don't smoke at all… Once a year at most! I just noticed my sugar was really high after the fact. Just curious!

jayabee52
jayabee52 2014-04-06 18:47:20 -0500 Report

Howdy Kejo
When in High school vocational Ag shop, someone set my hair on fire. Does that count for smoking? LoL! I would have expected that something like that would raise my stress levels, especially if the fire burned my scalp and would have had a negative effect by raising my BG levels!

I have never smoked tobacco, so I don't know how it would affect my BG or A1c% but I couldn't resist telling this true tale from my youth. (they did beat the fire out before it got too big). Hope you got a chuckle because laughter can cause one's BG to lower. ;- o

God's best to you and yours

James

kejo
kejo 2014-04-06 20:30:00 -0500 Report

Thanks James !!!!! I love your lightheartedness… It's certainly a breath of fresh air.

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