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I want to reduce my oily skin as well as dark spot and obesity so please tell me how I can reduce these all things.
I have put on 7kgs in the last month and a half. I have been eating outside a lot also. Please give me tips to reduce my weight. Also may I lnow of a healthy diet. I am a student doing my pg. 22years old.
I am 16 years old girl. I want to lose weight as quickly as possible. So apart from regular exercising and workouts, what can I intake that leads to lose body fat fast nd will increase my metabolism.
My son is not talkative only few words he says we went to doctor (pediatric) he just gave Mentat syrup by Himalaya. We heard so many cases around us similar to Vedant there doctor gave that some tonic and they start talking now suggest me is Mentat is okay. His class teacher told me that now he is trying to sing rhymes vd his friends.
I have a desk job and in the last two years, my weight has gone up from 75 kgs to 80 kgs. I want to lose some weight .please I need years help.
Iam losing weight quickly, I have used many type of medicine but no use please solve my problem and treat me, because that problem I have no sleep and no rest I had a lot of headache please help me.
If I skip my lunch & eat fruits at lunch time, will it be right way to consume fruits & loss weight?
I am 30 years old and I am working in night shift. How to reduce belly stomach without reducing weight? Please help me.
Hiii sir, my age is 22.But my weight is 54 kg,but i want to loose my weight. And sir i am doing job,not able to do execise,please tel me how to loose weight without doing exercise.
It is very common for women to gain weight post menopause. A range of factors are responsible for this, such as slow metabolism, degradation of the muscle tissue and hormonal fluctuations, resistance to insulin, inadequate sleep to name a few. To make things worse, the fat on the thighs and hips gets transferred to a lower portion of the abdomen. This not only makes the whole body posture ugly, but increases the risk of heart diseases and diabetes. It is therefore very important to lose weight and maintain the right BMI.
Here are a few tips that can help do just that:
- Calorie count: Contrary to the popular belief, a drastic restriction in diet can do more harm than good. A less calorie count results in muscle loss and restricts the ability to digest protein. A better strategy, therefore, is to watch out for portion size rather cutting down on the diet. Frequent eating in small quantities can help in ensuring that the body retains its metabolic rate and weight gain is restricted at the same time.
- A healthy diet: A healthy diet necessarily need not restrict to fruits and vegetables. It essentially means cutting down on junk and processed food. In this regard a low carb diet greatly helps in losing weight, so is the case with a vegetarian and Mediterranean diet. However, be it any diet, the important thing is to ensure that it is freshly prepared and consumed at the right quantity.
- Exercise: Exercise is perhaps the single most important factor after or during a menopause. It not only helps to lose weight but helps to improve the mood, improve bone density and helps the body to tackle muscle loss. Cardio and aerobic training are known to be extremely effective for the purpose of losing weight. A recent research report suggests that performing repetitive exercise can be more effective than performing a variety of exercises. The trick is to keep the exercise schedule going every single day.
- Getting adequate rest: In order to maintain a healthy weight, getting adequate sleep is extremely important. People who tend to sleep little have a higher concentration of ghrelin hormone. The latter is known as the hunger hormone of the body that is responsible for the urge of eating. Less sleep also decreases the level of leptin hormone that gives a sense of fulfilment to an individual. Many women reportedly suffer from sleep inefficiency and suffer from night sweats, hot slashes, and stress. If such behaviour continues for long, medical help is necessary.
- Stay away from stress: Stress relief plays a pivotal role in ensuring that a person does not put on weight during the menopause. Apart from contributing to weight gain, stress can result in lead to heart diseases, elevated cortisol, and abdominal fat. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a gynaecologist.