How to avoid blood sugar spikes in winter

Manage fluctuating glucose levels during winter, exacerbated by temperature drops.

Avoid excessive sugary treats to maintain diabetes treatment patterns and prevent blood sugar spikes

Cold-induced blood vessel constriction in Raynaud’s phenomenon can elevate blood sugar levels, especially in extremities.

Winter complicates blood sugar control, with sports and carb cravings making it difficult to maintain normal glucose levels.

Sudden temperature drops can lead to false diabetes readings. Maintain normal body temperature for accurate results.

Prioritize indoor workouts, breathing exercises, and proper storage of medications and testing tools for better blood sugar control.

Stay calm through meditation, and steer clear of smoking or drinking to minimize additional health challenges during winter.