34 years type 1, novorapid and lantus pens. I'm pretty aware of my levels changing, don't take readings out on rides but carry glucotabs and stop to eat a power bar if I'm out over 2 hours. I only drink water in when riding, just used to it.
also exactly this ....
Anyone find that if you hypo in the night you lie there thinking "I'll go back to sleep and I'll be alright" wake up five mins lare soaking and think "get up you pillock" eat a huge bowl of cereal with milk, then wake up the next day with a BGL of 20. Like, FFS!!
I find one of the hardest things to do is treat hypos effectively, I know I should follow the 15-15 rule but when your BS is 2.2 your body goes in to a self preservation mode and logical thought does become very difficult.
.. which is super annoying when trying to lose weight.