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[IP] Dusk Phenomenon

John Bowen and Nancy Morgan wrote:
> Michael Robinton helped me a bunch when Jenna was having those high 
> evening numbers.  He called it "dusk phenomenon" - I'm not sure that's in any
> medical books, but it sure happened to us for a while. 

Ohhhh! I just put 2 and 2 together. 

I've always had what I called a "U shaped curve" in my BGs -- high in
the morning, lower at noon till dinner, then higher after dinner and at

I think that's the same thing happening -- I dunno what happens when I'm
asleep because I never thought to wake up and test in the early hours of

But it IS reflected in my basals -- 0.7 from 1 AM to 8 AM, 0.0 (Yes, you
read that right -- I'm a Type Weird) from 8 AM to 1 PM, and 0.4 from 1
PM to 1 AM.

Of course, my schedule is pretty regular, so I don't worry about
temporary basals for sleep, but it's nice to know that there is a
precedent for my pattern! 
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