This is roughly the 24 hours from adjusting my basal rate up by 0.05 units/hour across the board. I know that 24 hours isn’t a real comparison, but I’m excited anyway…
and then I started living real life and this is what happened (the previous two weeks before adjustment on the left and the 5 days since adjustment on the right)
so there is definite improvement, bringing the general average down, but also adding an evening low, could be explained by my commute that involves walking to and from bus stops, but it’s 10 minutes at most, so I think I need to look further into a cause and maybe ramp back that basal rate… TBD.
I had to do more ridiculous math to figure out a correction this morning. I’m trying not to override corrections while testing out this new basal rate, but when you have to come down you have to come down. Slowly adjusting to the school schedule of five days a week up at the same time, eating at the same time, sleeping more… I need to add a bit more activity, but I’m trying not to over do it on changes, hoping the good eating and sleep schedule will stick. fingers crossed.