If your blood sugars are high losing weight is NOT a good thing. IDK if that's part of having your numbers "all over the map" or not.. But when my sugars were high I was losing weight so fast.. Got my numbers under control and the weight loss came to a halt.. Not thrilled about that, but I know it wasn't healthy losing the weight before. Some dr.s believe they need to keep telling you things over and over, my mom's cardiologist always asks if she's still smoking and tells her she needs to stop. it's their job to do these things, so bare with them. Besides it really doesn't hurt being reminded of things we already know.
I hope you were able to finally get some sleep today. I just had a heart attack in late June and just started my cardiac rehab. Exercise makes a HUGE difference on all the numbers. I never knew it, well I did but I guess I didn't believe it enough to act on it.. So one heart attack and 2 stents later I'm forced to start a work out program.. Right now it's a VERY LIGHT program and I can already see the changes in my numbers. My numbers since the HA have been alright, but since rehab has started just the 2 days so far that I've worked out I have found it MUCH easier to control my numbers.
Everyone of us have busy lives, we all have the same control issues and we all get aggravated from time to time, but we really need to put ourselves and our health first even above what may be an awesome paycheck.. Hope that makes sense.. Anyway wish you all the best.