If you are pre-diabetic or have type 1 or type 2 diabetes your doctor will most likely recommend you track your blood sugar/glucose levels. The monitoring of your blood sugar will help you know if you are hitting your targets which in turn helps to reduce the unpleasant side effects that come with blood sugar levels that are either too high or too low. It also aids in determining whether the steps you are taking to control your blood sugar levels are effective.
The most commonly suggested times for you to track your glucose levels are at the start of the day, pre- and post-breakfast, pre- and post-lunch, pre- and post-dinner, and again at bedtime. With all of the times you’ll need to check your levels in a day, it is no wonder why it is so important to have a blood sugar log to help record all of the information!
All of our Free Printable Blood Sugar Logs and Trackers (which you can see below) have places to record all of this information and more, including your goals or targets as determined with your medical professional’s help, so you know if you are hitting them each day. You can also take note of the time at which you checked your levels and there is a separate “notes” section where you can add any pertinent information that your doctor may need or want you to record. These logs are also available in monthly and weekly (including a couple of “Monday Start” ones) timeframes so you can track your levels on either a larger or smaller scale, depending on your preferences.
To print your Free Printable Blood Sugar Log or Tracker all you need to do is click on the design/layout you like the best from the many options available below, download the PDF file to your computer, and print! While checking your blood sugar levels multiple times a day may not be an easy thing to do (but you can do it!) printing and keeping track of your levels with these easy-to-use Blood Sugar Logs should be super easy. With everything recorded you will then be in great shape to continue to work with your medical professional to properly manage your blood sugar levels!
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We are not medical professionals. We strongly recommend you follow any/all professional medical advice you have received and use these printables only where they support said medical advice.