Hi, @archer8119, I know how difficult it can be to have high numbers in the morning when you haven’t eaten all day. One reason could be that your liver notices low sugar at some point throughout the night and gives you back some of the sugar it stores. When I was having this issue, my doctor suggested eating a snack before bed – around 100 calories with some carbs and protein. I often did a few bites of a low-fat cheese and some fruit. This gives you a boost to your sugar throughout the night and stops (or can stop) your liver from giving you more sugar.
Good luck managing your numbers. It can be tricky to figure out the best balance for your body, but it’s so freeing once you do.