Warshaw's article "How to Lower Morning Highs" was published in Diabetic Living's Fall 2010 issue. This important article helps people with type 2 diabetes understand why your blood glucose results might be higher in the morning than any other time of day. The answer is more than likely not what you ate for dinner the night before. The answer is all about the hormonal disarray that happens in type 2 diabetes. Read it and learn. Also get tips to control your morning highs.