I work around a lot of Electronics that get very hot if you don't actively cool them so often I sit in cold rooms while working on these radio systems. Nothing major cold just 60-65 degrees Fahrenheit air temperature. So I was wondering if anyone else has noticed the fact that when you are cold your levels shows low? I am trying to figure out if my meter is off when it is colder or if I am really that low. I drop down to the 60s and low 70s when I am colder. I usually range around the 100 mark so to be at 60 is low for me.
Oh and by the way my meter stays with me all the time in a little ReliOn Pouch (I have an Accu-Check AVIVA meter though) The pouch has a little thermometer in it and it is never too cold per the manufacturer data but I wonder if the meter were at a "regular" temperature if my readings would come out different. And yes I plan on testing this somehow. just need to make sure it is a little scientific or I am just getting different readings at different times and the cold may have nothing to do with the change. Anyway:
So there it is "Do you go LOW when your cold?"