Blood sugar (and blood pressure) rises during and after exercise and this is perfectly normal. This effect is to give the body energy for the activity. When the exercise or activity stop, both the blood sugar and blood pressure come down - and how quickly both come down is an individual matter. Walking and standing will have higher readings for both and again this is normal. Sitting for awhile will have lower readings.
For blood sugar, what is eaten and how long before you test your blood sugar affects results as well as recent activity. So if you test your blood sugar right after you exercised a lot or jogged or biked, etc., you'll get a higher reading than if you wait a certain amount of time after the activity- and that time again depends on the person.
For blood pressure, recent activity affects the reading but so does how it's taken. When you take your BP, your back should be supported, like against a chair back, feet on the floor and not crossed, arm about
heart level, cuff on the bare arm (not through clothing), not talking. And taking BP right after eating will have higher readings than if you wait an hour or so.
Also, as if the above is not enough!, anxiety/stress/pain can all raise both blood sugar and blood pressure. Yikes.
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very low carb way of eating Check out the following site for more info on blood sugar:www.phlaunt.com/diabetes/