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Re: [IP] Stress and Basal Rates
- Subject: Re: [IP] Stress and Basal Rates
- From: Ruth Elowitz <email @ redacted>
- Date: Sat, 24 Oct 1998 16:20:29 -0700
Yes. Whenever I have job interviews I invariably go too low in the
1/2-hour before. If I am really vigilant they hit a little later.
Unfortunately, I've never entirely solved the problem since when I try
to run higher I tend to end up swinging very high and feeling lousy
during the interview. Luckily this is only every year or ocassionally
every six months.
Joanne Spotten wrote:
> The stress level has been off the charts at work the last
> 3 weeks. The end of last week I started seeing highs during
> the morning and afternoon and lows in the late evening and
> night. Before then my bgs were fine. On Wednesday I made
> a decision that reduced the impact of the stress for me.
> The stress is still there and still affects me, it is just
> down in a more "normal" range. My bgs have been fine again.
> I was really suprised at the lows in the late evening and
> night going away with the stress impacting me less. They
> were consistent enough I was planning on profiling basals
> Thursday and Monday nights. I almost always do a middle of
> the night bg so I am sure my bgs at night were low and have
> come back up. I am pretty sure it was stress related. Anyone
> else notice stress lowering bgs? I am just trying to make
> sense of it since I though stress was supposed to raise bgs.
> A Very Happy Pumper for 7 1/2 Weeks!
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