I think some of you do have hourly basal rates, right? What's the thinking behind this? Does the body's basal needs really change that much or do you do this to "compensate" for any food spikes/extra activity/any other variable? I hope I made sense. We don't have hourly basal rates. We have "time frames", so from 8am to 10am, 10am to noon, noon to 2pm, 2pm to 4pm, 4pm to 6pm (or 8pm, can't remember now), then from that to midnight, midnight to 3am, 3am to 5am, 5am to 8am. I'm thinking about trying this hourly change. We had a more "detailed" basal schedule but one of our endos suggested to "simplify" things, LOL (still a bit too much to be really simple). I'm thinking doing this would help actually see the basal needs without doing an actual basal test. Did this make sense? Anyway, would love to hear your perspectives. ETA - this is not about changing the basals everyday, but to establish an hourly basal schedule.