Dear all, I was told by my Diabetes Nurse that you don't treat the high after the low-- her words, "never, ever, treat the high after the low". I'm not really sure what to think of this, especially when I've had a slight low before bedtime. I don't think it's a good idea to leave a high untreated for my usual eight hours sleep, so I like to take a bit of Novorapid and then I go to bed, and usually wake up fine. I'd like to know what others do when they treat a low, and when they get a high as a result? Do you just let it happen, or take an extra couple of units at your next meal (which I sometimes do)? By the by I am Type One, Thank you, Izzy.