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If you struggle to keep track of your blood glucose levels, a home monitoring diary for diabetes may be the solution. To keep an accurate record of when each test was completed and the measurement, use this diary to record your blood glucose test results along with the date and time you tested. You can also use it to record any notes or comments associated with the tests or the results you may want to share with your GP or healthcare provider. Each diary will last for 12 weeks.
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At Home Health UK, we are pleased to offer a blood glucose diary designed for those with diabetes. Find more details and specifications of the blood glucose monitoring diary here.
A blood glucose monitoring diary is designed for those with diabetes to accurately and efficiently record the details of their blood glucose self-tests. From the date and time of the test to the reading and other notes of interest, the blood glucose diary enables you to keep track of the important data you may need to refer back to.
In your order, you will receive 1,2,3,4, or 5 blood glucose diaries, enabling you to record your whole diet plan, which will help you manage your diabetes. Each single blood glucose monitoring diary is designed for 12-week use.
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Monitoring your blood glucose levels in a diary is beneficial for many reasons, the most important being accurate and comparable reading results. By keeping a record of your blood glucose readings, you can put together a picture of what causes the reading numbers to go up and down. For example, do the types of food, level of exercise and time of meals affect your blood glucose readings?
This data and more are best written down and recorded so you can keep an eye on your blood glucose levels and feed this back to your GP if necessary.
Jacqueline (verified owner) –
Just what it says on the tin. A diary to keep a note of blood sugar. My husband prefers to write it down. Great product, great service.
Donald Fullarton (verified owner) –
Excellent little booklet for keeping important records, though would prefer it to be a little bigger.