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Diabetes Log Books

Diabetes Log Books

There are many ways to keep your health on track. One of the easiest ways to keep track is with log books for diabetes. These logs allow you to record all sorts of pertinent information and act as a record-keeping system while helping you track changes over time. When shopping for this important item, ADW Diabetes has you covered with affordable solutions. From personal health to glucose recording logs, we have what you need to stay on top of your diabetes care.

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We Make It Easy to Manage Diabetes

At ADW Diabetes, we know that managing diabetes is vital. That's why we offer a wide variety of diabetes log books to help our customers stay on top of their condition. From daily log books to monthly journals, we have the perfect tool for every diabetes management style. Our diabetes journal log books are designed to help you track your blood sugar levels, insulin intake, and other important health metrics.

Most importantly, our log books for diabetes are a great way to keep your healthcare professional in the loop about your diabetes management. By sharing your log book with your healthcare team, you can get the most comprehensive care possible. Ready to find the perfect log book for you? Browse our selection today at ADW Diabetes. We offer a range of options to suit different needs and a large selection at low prices you'll love.

What Are the Benefits of Recording in a Diabetes Log Book?

There are many reasons to consider using log books for diabetes. Diabetes can lead to health complications including neuropathy, retinopathy, nephropathy as well as heart disease and stroke if blood glucose is not well regulated. By monitoring blood sugar numbers and recording them in a diabetes log book, based on you as an individual, and your health care team's recommendations, you may be able to achieve better glucose control. The information in your log book for diabetes helps your physician make informed decisions concerning your current treatment plan. Your physician will be able to identify patterns in your glucose numbers and may make changes to the amount or types of medications you are taking.

Simple Documentation

You can use a simple diabetes journal log book just to document your daily blood sugar levels. Simple documentation is best if your blood sugars are controlled and you are being treated only by diet and exercise. Simple documentation helps you and your physician understand how your blood sugar numbers change at different times of the day. Common times to test blood sugars range from fasting (no food in the morning), 1-2 hours after meals, before or after exercise, when feeling dizzy, hungry or light-headed, when feeling overly thirsty or hungry or prior to sleep. You may even need to test at 2-3am in the morning if you wake up with high blood sugar numbers for no reason.

Understanding Carbohydrate Impact

With a log book for diabetes, you can learn a lot about carbohydrates and how they impact your blood sugars since all carbohydrates eventually turn to sugar. Your dietitian can obtain information about carbohydrate intake by looking at your log book. By testing prior to your meal and then 2 hours after the meal, you and your physician will establish what numbers are best for your diabetes management.

Hypoglycemia and Hyperglycemia

By documenting your blood glucose levels in your diabetes log book, your health care provider can create a better treatment plan based on daily highs and lows. Your A1C will give the physician great information over the 2-3-month time but daily readings give excellent insight into how your medications work, if you need a change in your medications and/or dosage, if exercise is lowering or raising your numbers, if you experience lows or highs at unexpected, random times.

Gestational Diabetes

Keeping track of daily blood sugar trends is critical to the developing baby when you have gestational diabetes. You will be required to test fasting in the morning and after meals. Your obstetrician will decide upon medication needs or changes such as insulin based on your blood glucose level documentation. Your obstetrician will also advise you as to what blood glucose numbers to look for daily.

Record Keeping

You may become more goal-oriented by using daily record keeping in your log book for diabetes management. Your motivation may change when you understand how food and exercise impact your blood sugar levels. Your attitude towards diabetes care and what it entails may also change for the better.

Why Should You Bother to Record Blood Glucose Levels?

It is important to record your blood glucose levels and use the log book as a diabetes tool to help you and your physician make more informed decisions about your diabetes management plan. Patterns of blood sugar numbers can be established with proper recording and ultimately help establish your future treatment goals. By knowing and recording your numbers, you can change your eating choices and portion sizes as well as exercise plan and medications. Documentation may help you make improved short-term choices which may ultimately reduce the complications of diabetes.

Pairing Combination: Common Recommendation

Blood glucose patterns generally emerge when documentation becomes consistent. A common recommendation for blood glucose testing is called "pairing combination." This means by testing in pairs, you and your physician will receive an abundance of information. For example, test prior to dinner and then two hours after your first bite of dinner to see which foods and food amounts possibly cause blood sugar spikes and which do not. You can try this before and after any meal. Your health care team will be able to make numerous suggestions about your diabetes management plan from pairing. Another pairing would be to test before and after exercise as this may alert you to possible hypoglycemia. Testing at different times and documenting blood glucose readings not only gives your physician more pertinent information, but it also helps you to achieve your own diabetes goals.

If you have any questions about any of the diabetes log books we offer, please contact us for assistance. Our team is always happy to assist you in this important step in your diabetes management journey.

Shop Today

Our inventory of diabetes journal log books features options covering specific models, making it easier to track important figures over time. We also offer diabetes care log books and pet care supplies so you can keep track of the health of your furry family member. Don't let diabetes get the best of you—get a log book to keep everything in check and shop today. If you're not currently using a log, there are many reasons why you should consider adding this simple process to your diabetes management supplies. Shop log books for diabetes at ADW Diabetes and enjoy free shipping on orders over $89. Take advantage of our Auto-Ship Program and download our diabetes app to save even more.

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