It is kind of hot today. Much hotter than I am currently accustomed to. It is 80 F to be exact. Excuse me if my writing isn’t quite as good as it typically is. I do not like the heat.
It would be no exaggeration to say that the impact that the heat has on my blood sugar is a major reason for me disliking the heat. It makes me go low…a lot.
My insulin sensitivity usually isn’t the greatest. Two things supercharge it: heat and exercise.
It is easier to plan ahead when it comes to exercise. It is easier for me to adjust my rates in accordance with my insulin needs. As for the heat…that’s a different story.
I live in New England. Maine, to be exact. This region of the US isn’t known for its predictable climate. To the contrary: our weather is insane. It is all over the place. It is unpredictable. It is much like my blood sugars 😉
I would be fine – or, at the very least, more accepting – if I didn’t have type 1 diabetes.
As it stands, I do have diabetes, which makes New England weather a pain in the ass to deal with.
It is only the heat that I have to struggle with though. The cold doesn’t have much of an impact.
Today is an exception: the heat hasn’t had much of an impact. Perhaps that’s because I woke up high. Who knows.
This, if you can’t tell, is a free write – hence its rambling character.
I am also tired and unfocused. That certainly impacts the overall quality of my writing, and not in a positive way