A blood sugar log is a tool that allows diabetics to monitor their blood sugar over a period of time to keep it under control. Since diabetics must check their levels multiple times daily, the log offers a place to recor... More »

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Use a daily log to track of the results of blood glucose tests throughout the day, says the American Diabetes Association. Test blood sugar levels with a glucose meter and then record the results in a log. More »

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The American Heart Association offers many free, easy-to-use, printable log sheets to help record blood pressure. The free logs are available in large print, booklet, and wallet-sized printables. Keeping a blood pressure... More »

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A normal blood sugar level for diabetics after a meal is 180 milligrams per deciliter or lower, according to WebMD. Before a meal, the ideal range is from 70 to 130. Before bedtime, the target range is 100 to 140. More »

In diabetics, specific blood sugar targets are developed based on age, life expectancy and other individual factors, explains the American Diabetes Association. The ADA recommends a target of 70 to 130 milligrams per dec... More »

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WebMD and Healthline both provide blood sugar charts for diabetics, and Healthline also provides information on how to use the chart. Diabetics must chart their blood sugar levels throughout the day to manage their disea... More »

Keeping a blood glucose log is essential for diabetics, according to the American Diabetes Association. Blood glucose monitoring is the main method for checking overall diabetes control. The American Diabetes Association... More »

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