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[IPk] Exercise and BG's - Field Report
Even more advice - thank you!!
With regards to John's point about "too little insulin in the liver and too
much in the muscles" - I had never really thought about it like that, but it
makes perfect sense. I guess there could also be a skew (sp) in the impact
according to where you put your infusion set and what your exercise is doing
- I remember this from MDI, but had obviously (like many other things)
deleted it from my memory as soon as I started on a pump!
With regards to the hormone secretions during anaerobic, I think they are
the counter-regulatory hormones - not sure if that includes the stress
hormones or not, but I definitely remember something about
counter-regulatory hormones. I guess any exercise that you do above a
certain heart rate could end up producing these hormones?
My field report on new regime is as follows:
Time BG Basal Activity
6:30 9.7m/mol 0.4u/hr
7:00-8:15 40 minutes CV activity @ 70%
HR (wore monitor) + weights
8:00 on 1.1u/hr
Then had breakfast - usual bolus and my BG an hour and a half later was 7.9
and not up round about 17 as it has been recently.
So, on that basis the changing my basal back up earlier seems to have
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