Only when I leave in the farthest reaches of the house .......
Not once. Hi, thanks for disturbing my peaceful sleep with that 78 bg that you're picking up as 68 and have been alarming over for 2 hours now, while I dream about trucks backing up.
All the time. Srsly. The alarm on that thing is so puny it doesn't even begin to wake me.
Ha! Have been up for the past two hours because of the alarms on my CGM. Hello 2-4 am!
That is funny Kevin! The only solid night of sleep I get is when I either don't have it on, or I turn off all the alarms just to get some sleep!
I did last night, remarkably. One thing I learned for sure is to always start a new sensor in the morning!
Haha! That's funny! I've had a few, but more often than not I get an extra alarm or two :) Or, if I don't wake up to an alarm, I wonder why I didn't in the morning when I go back and look at the graph.
The best part ... it wakes up my husband ... who wakes me up to tell me my CMG is beeping at me!! Oy vey ... the joy! Kevin ... can I get a copy of your spreadsheet please? I would love to start tracking my numbers in detail with a spreadsheet that would impress my doc. =) email@example.com
I have been sleeping though the night with once or twice waking up due to lows on the Dex.
I totally did last night! I woke up and checked my CGM, 82 - did a finger poke - 82! HOLY CRAP! My graph was pretty much a single straight line. I couldn't believe I didn't get on single alarm. NOW if I could just get my darling husband on his sleep apnea CPAP machine - I could possibly get a complete night of rest.
I actually have -- but only by turning off ALL alerts (except for the 55/low one on the dex which you can't turn off). Though when I wore the dex on my abdomen, never. It was so inaccurate in that spot.When I had the navigator (I loved the navigator), I used to sleep through the night all the time while wearing it.
I miss this blog.That is all.
Kevin will fill this page with ramblings about his diabetic life and some random fun things too... he promises.
You can email him, if you'd like. (Go ahead. He's not crazy. Even though he's referring to himself in the third person here for no good reason. Honest.)