What is a safe blood glucose level?

Answer According to the Mayo Clinic, the following target levels for blood sugar can be considered: between 70 and 130 milligrams per deciliter before meals, and lower than 180 mg/dl a couple hours after.... Read More »

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When to monitor blood glucose level?

To get accurate blood glucose readings, you need to take them at least 3-4x per day for the first few weeks of monitoring, then 1-2x day once you've established a pattern. I used to have a good e... Read More »

What can I do to lower my blood glucose level?

A person's blood glucose level is a measurement of the concentration of sugar in his blood. This concentration is ideally maintained at the very small level of around 70 to 150 milligrams per decil... Read More »

What is high blood glucose level?

Hyperglycemia, or high blood sugar (also spelled hyperglycaemia or hyperglyc√ɬ¶mia, not to be confused with hypoglycemia) is a condition in which an excessive amount of glucose circulates in the blo... Read More »

Frequency for blood glucose level?

Type I's should test before meals and bedtime, plus any time they feel "different". Type II's 1/day. Type I for 40 years.