Bigfoot attempt fix basal program via increasingly ridiculous series micro-tweaks. Pretty sure problem is midnight basal. Most recent adjustment series:
DAYS 1 – 5
took me a while to notice the pattern
0.5 u/hour 12AM/3AM —> (Dzzzt dzzzt! HIGH) @4AM
DAYS 6 – 7
increase by tiniest increment
0.525 u/hour 12AM/3AM –> (Dzzzt dzzzt! LOW) @4AM
DAYS 8 – 9
shorten duration of tiny increase
0.525 u/hour 12AM/2AM, then 0.5 u/hour 2AM–> (Dzzzt dzzzt! LOW) @4AM
shorten duration even more
0.525 u/hour 12AM/1AM, then 0.5 u/hour 1AM–> (Dzzzt dzzzt! LOW) @4AM <–Today. Pictured. Pffft. Tonight, plan is try again w. original 0.5 u/hour 12AM/3AM. Seems like stupid game, not really want play anymore, always forget point is health.
Yesterday TCOYD. Three favorite things:
- Dr. Steven Edelman use up escalator for descent. Narrowness escalator allows good use hands/arms on railings; Dr. Edelman move like gymnast parallel bars, only downhill. Frustrated building security man “Excuse me, sir!” “EXCUSE ME, SIR!” then give chase—but give chase via crowded single-file down escalator, all the while excuse me sir, excuse me sir!, but trapped on crowded single-file escalator. Dr. Edelman complete unfaze, disappear into crowd; unclear if even realize rule broken
- Glucolift inventor Christopher share fabulous Japanese pens! (Also this news: each cherry Glucolift tablet now engraved w. rocket icon)
- Dr. Jeremy Pettus’s video paean wee hours Dexcom.