Glucose Levels Chart


Screenshot of the Glucose Levels Chart

Anyone with diabetes will attest to the importance of recording and tracking his/her blood glucose levels. While monitoring your blood glucose levels may seem simple, yet tedious, it is a crucial step in maintaining your health and controlling the diabetes. Using the Glucose Levels Chart can make the recording and tracking of your levels simple, easy to reference, and ready to provide to your physician when needed. The Glucose Levels Chart can be instantly downloaded and ready to use in seconds.

How to Use the Glucose Levels Chart

Once you have easily downloaded the free Glucose Levels Chart that is available on this page, you will be ready to customize it in Excel and create a personal chart. The chart is simple to use and easy to read and comprehend. Page one is used to record your weekly blood sugar readings.

As you enter the blood sugar reading, you will also record the day/date, the time the reading was taken, and then the actual blood sugar reading. Of course, Excel allows you to customize the chart. This means you can add or delete columns depending on how frequently you need to test your blood sugar levels on a daily basis.

Page two is the blood sugar level chart. This chart will graph the data that was entered in page one. The graph is more accurate if the information entered in the previous page is consistent and precise.

Tips on Using the Glucose Levels Chart

The following are tips to optimize the results of the Glucose Levels Chart and ensure that it is performing at its best for you. After all, sustaining a healthy blood sugar level is a significant aspect of maintaining your health and preventing serious issues and impairments as a result of diabetes.

  • Be sure to record your blood glucose level as soon as you wake up and before you eat or drink anything. This allows you and your physician to ensure that the medications you are taking is stabilizing your blood sugar while you sleep and provides a basis for the day.
  • Consult with your physician to determine when and how often you should test your blood sugar levels. Typically, three or four times a day will help ensure that safe glucose levels are maintained.
  • Be sure to check your glucose levels as exactly the same points each day so that the chart provides you with an accurate recording.

Download: Glucose Levels Chart