Drinking less than 8 Glasses of Water Daily
Dehydration can cause havoc on your blood sugar. Normally, water helps in regulating blood sugar. This means denying yourself sufficient water daily can cause a spike in your blood sugar levels.
Drinking Alcohol While Under Diabetic Medications
Certain diabetic medications interact with alcohol, resulting in low blood sugar levels. If you have diabetes, drinking alcohol in moderation can also spike your blood sugar levels, while taking multiple drinks can cause a fall in your blood sugar levels.
Skipping Food in Your Drinking Night
Drinking alcohol on an empty belly is never a great idea. Normally, food absorbs alcohol, maintaining healthy blood sugar levels. Walking in that club or pub on an empty stomach means there is nothing to absorb alcohol, increasing the chances of a drop in your blood sugar levels.