Hi all! I do have a question and am hoping for some brainstorming on this. My problem time starts at 2:30a.m. and this is only recently. Last food was at 10:30 and duration of insulin is about 3 hours. BG was taking at 2:15a.m. and it was 91. 91 would typically be just fine to sleep as basals have been made stable using cgm info (whenever there is a change to be made, a change is made and we see it stable through the night again). Just recently we are seeing lows in the middle of the night. Turns out he is working out before bed. I told him to tell me when he does that and that he needs carbs for that. I believe we have come to an understanding. Without working out, he is strangely going low at around 2:00-2:30 a.m. Basals were already changed and lowered to his lowest all day of .50 and I started the nighttime basal rate earlier, at 10:00p.m. rather than 12:00a.m. (this change gives .60u less of insulin during those nighttime hours) YET he is still low around 2:30. The .50 unit per hour has been decreased and decreased - only recently it was .75 per hour, this is the lowest it has ever been. Do I just keep decreasing it? Without activity, is there any other reason why a basal would go so low during the middle of the night - lower than it has ever been? He had a very lazy day yesterday and did not work out before bed. I think I am having such a hard time with this because this basal has already been lowered so much and I cannot relate to such a small amount. Growth spurts require more and that makes sense, then we go back to less but this is so much less it is just puzzling me. So, after 'talking' this all out, I am thinking I should just reduce it and not worry about why (even though it is really itching at me!). Is that what you would do?