I typically don't snack. For me it's not good for weight or blood sugars.
Some people though, depending if you are on meds and your response, may find a small snack before bed is helpful. snack including fat and protein may be helpful. Cheese and boiled egg, some nuts, cold meats, plain full fat greek youghurt with some nuts / berries added, etc.
Try. It to snack before bed. If you do do not make it a carb. Try a half ounce of nuts. Also exercise for 15 to 20 minutes. Preferably weights/light calisthenics. Waist twists with light weights, crunches & reverse crunches, but definitely light weights strength training. It will have a carry over effect on your bg in morning. Drink lots of water during the day . Water reduces bg if in sufficient amounts
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