My Action Plan to Control My Blood Sugar

Three questions about my blood sugar control to ask my health care provider:

1) What is my hemoglobin A1c goal?

 

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2) What is my blood sugar goal before
    meals when self testing using a blood
    glucose meter?

 

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3) What is my blood sugar goal at
bedtime when self testing
using a blood glucose meter?

 

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Three things I will work on over the next three months to control my blood sugar:

1)___________________________________________

 

2) ___________________________________________

 

3) ___________________________________________

 

Note: select things that you really want to do. For example: 
1) I will walk briskly around my neighborhood with a friend for 20 minutes
      every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 5:00 pm
2) I will use JAJA Stevioside to cut down on my intake of sugar and
    artificial chemical sweeteners.

 

The people who can help me do these things ( e.g., friend, co-worker, "diabetic buddy", health care provider, etc.)

1)___________________________________________

 

2)___________________________________________

 

3)___________________________________________

 

My three main reasons to keep my blood sugar in a good range:

1)___________________________________________

 

2)___________________________________________

 

3)___________________________________________

 

Note: Your goals will change over time, so be ready to change your current plan or write out a new one at least every three months. Then place your action plan where you will see it often. Do it Today! Do it now! 

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This information has been gleaned from research and from publications of the National Diabetes Education Program among others.

 

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