Recently,for some reason,I had to shift my regular evening walk to morning walk.But to my shock,my sugar level after exercise, still fasting,was exceptionally high.Sugar level after exercise should be lower,right?In my case, it spiked. I was intrigued and did some searching on the net.I got following understanding.
I am on insulin and after dinner at 9.00 pm,the insulin supply would be near zero by next morning.So,while I walk for about 35 minutes,the body releases glucose into the bloodstream to meet the increased energy demand.Sugar levels shoot up due to absence of insulin.Is my understanding correct? If so,what is the remedy?
I thought of having some nourishment before I start walking,but due to fear of adding additional calories,I desisted.
Forum,please share your similar experiences and advise.