Many people who daily measure their levels of glucose in the morning, Sure you have noticed that the level is more high before breakfast and they do not explain why.
Recently The American Diabetes Association, published that those who have higher blood glucose levels on awakening, despite an adequate diet, may suffer from Alba phenomenon.
Experts suggest that this surge so sudden in the glucose levels , occur between 2:00 and 8:00 a.m. ; raising the level from 10 to 20 milligrams per deciliter.
It is thought that the cause is the increase in hormone release , when your body prepares to wake up. The hormones that suffer this are:
These hormones increase the insulin resistance Y stimulate your liver to release glucose, causing blood glucose levels to rise.
The cause of all this, according to doctors, is eat snacks or carbohydrates before acostars and not having a good control with insulin doses and schedules.
If you notice that this has happened to you on a recurring basis, it is better that visit your doctor to level the situation as soon as possible.