The Dr. may adjust your medication or insulin dosage to fit your fasting schedule.
Regularly monitor your blood sugar levels before, during, and after fasting.
During the non-fasting hours, eat balanced meals that include carbs, proteins, and healthy fats.
Avoid overeating or consuming too many sweets, as this can cause a spike in blood sugar levels.
Drink plenty of water and other non-sweetened beverages during non-fasting hours to stay hydrated.
Plan your meals ahead of time and make sure they include low GI foods that release sugar slowly.
When breaking your fast, start with a small meal that includes complex carbohydrates and proteins.
Lack of sleep can affect blood sugar levels, so make sure to get enough rest and sleep during the night.