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[IP] Non-diabetic BGs and guidelines for lows

Sam Skopp wrote:
> Since non-diabetics probably stay in the 90-125 range,
> why push the envelope.

My personal envelope is 80 - 120. Slightly above the non-diabetic range
of 60 - 110. It's really hard to push a non-diabetic (excluding the ones
who are on their way to developing Type 2) above 110 - 120 for more than

But anyway, I'm very hypo-aware, and so I'm comfortable in the 80's and
90's -- but some people aren't, and I think it has to be a very
individual decision. If I was hypo-unaware, I think my envelope would be
above 100 at all times. 
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