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I wonder why blood sugar goes up when we sleep. I take my glucose level before bed and more than 2 hours after eating (usually several hours) and it reads something like 130. When I wake up in the morning it reads 160. This is the highest it is all day so why does it matter? Since I don't eat at night usually after 8 pm, there doesn't seem to be anything I can do to change this. Exercise at night is not good because it energizes me. I take Glucophage(2 /500mg each) at breakfast and dinner and one actose 45 mg at lunctime. My BP is fine and I exercise usually in the morning. I don't know why the blood sugar is supposed to be lower in the morning when it never is.