It's important to test your blood sugar every 30 min or so post-workout until you've figured out how your body reacts. Often times your blood sugar will rise subsequent to an intense workout, but come back down by itself soon thereafter. So if you treat your high blood sugar post workout, you may risk being low later. Just something to watch out for.Nope, not at all surprised, if your body did not have enough calories to compensate for the exercise, ( if u r a type 2) then you got what we call liver dump.
Or on the other hand, u ate something really bad and your were not able to exercise it off.
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