Waliking and blood sugar

By Papanna Latest Reply 2015-01-16 09:51:47 -0600
Started 2015-01-15 04:25:27 -0600

I am 60 years height 160 cms wt. 59 kg T2 more than 20 years now I am taking glimipride 2 mg 1-1 ( Glimstar 2 ) and metoformin ( Glycomate ) 1-1 I am always in normal BS level by maintaing daily brisk walk a and ordinary walk for 2 hours in morning and after 1 hour yogs
My problem is FBS is normal immediately wake up After taking cofee 75ml with low sugar and going walk by 1-30 hours aftertesting it became more than 140 some time.
How it is possible night meals is very limited half chapti small quantity of veg SABJI only
but after breakfast if we test PPBS after 2 hour it may be normal and became 120 or less also
Please inform the reason and how to avoided this

4 replies

Papanna 2015-01-16 03:26:32 -0600 Report

Some ofthem says it i may be liver dumping phenomina If it so waht the solutions
FBS is normal 95-100 takingone cofee or milk of 100 ml after going walk for 1-30 hours if Iamtested it comes 145 Whatexactly reason If going empty stomacch it may raises So many persons may not taken breakfast upto 11 Am they may also consume cofee or tea 2 or 3 times in between early morning 6 Am to 11 Am that is upto breakfast Can u please about this what r the remedy

jayabee52 2015-01-16 09:51:47 -0600 Report

Howdy Papana
The liver dump is one's bodily defense against hypoglycemia (low Blood glucose). It is something that happens even in people who do not suffer from diabetes. But the pancreas puts out insulin to correct for it so it is not a problem for them. For those of us with diabetes it is a problem. Eat a protein like graham crackers and peanut butter. or an apple slice with peanut butter and there should be less problem with the liver dump. Also exercise lowers BG levels so one should have food in one's system to compensate for that fact as well.
God's best to you

suecsdy 2015-01-15 14:37:30 -0600 Report

Walking always helps my numbers go down, but I'm talking moderate prolonged walking, not brisk strenuous walking. I know if I indulge a little at lunch, being on my feet and walking will help keep my numbers in line.

Jibber Jabber
Jibber Jabber 2015-01-15 10:00:49 -0600 Report

I am by no means an expert on this…BUT it is my understanding that exercise temporarily raises your BG levels…so if you are running higher after exercising that is completely normal..It should be a very short lived high and is NOT a reason to stop exercising..