Lately my glucose levels have consistently been a little higher than usual without significant changes to my diet, exercise, sleep habits or stress levels. Several friends who are diabetic tell me that cold weather makes their glucose run higher and that their doctors tell them that experiencing cold raises blood glucose. I don't see my doctor for another month but I will ask her when I see her. I'm just curious if anyone here has been told this or had this happen to them. If there is truth to this I would really like to know why it happens.
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