My DSN has set me rules because they think I'm "not safe" using insulin. These rules are: 1) reduce levemir from 9am & pm to 8 2) increase ratio from 1:10 to 1:12 3) correct blood sugar at 4.2 4) go to bed over 6 5) corrections are forbidden - this my main problem according to my DSN & I should just be observing how high it goes & how long it lasts in an effort to get my body used to being high (I feel it over 8 & will correct if I feel it or if it hits double figures). Yeah, I don't really understand the logic behind training my body to feel normal at abnormally high levels either. Although I am running ridiculously, uncomfortably high, I'm fine with abdicating responsibility for my diabetes and following her stupid rules for a couple of weeks because: 1) I'll be able to show her the results and prove her wrong; and 2) I'm highly unlikely to actually do myself any damage in two weeks (even if hourly urination does feel an awful lot like I am actively destroying my kidneys). Anyway, I was 6 going to bed but the basal is not doing anything so I have climbed & climbed to 12 at 1:30 and 14 at 3:30 (corrections are forbidden). I have just had the worst, most vivid nightmare, it took me 10 minutes to calm down and convince myself it wasn't real, I genuinely nearly called the police! I've never had anything like that before - could there be a connection with the hyper? I guess it could just be stress. I say I'm fine with following the rules, but I am using "fine" like a woman in a 90s sitcom.