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Re: [IP] evening highs?





> You may find that Geneva has a "go to sleep" insulin requirement
> peak. This makes it difficult to set an night time basal rate as the
> higher requirement does not come into play until she actually falls
> asleep. If you run in to this then try setting a night time rate that
> is at least 1 or more hours beyond the latest time she "ever" goes to
> bed. Set the afternoon/evening rate up til that time (my daughters
> runs til 1:00). When Geneva goes to bed, she can set a temporary
> higher (night time) rate that will cover her until the real night
> time rate takes over. This also is a good time to compensate for
> dramatic changes in the day's activities like lots of sports all day
> (which will make her low) or a screwed up dinner bolus.
>
michael,
forgive my stupidity on this one...but can you rephrase that paragraph and
cite me an example.
it makes sense but I need to see a visual, as I am a visual person.
ruth
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