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My hands are very thin compared to other people. No fat is getting deposited. What should I do to thicken it?
Hello Doctor, I am 23 years old. I have a problem that I am very thin. Mere hands itne jada patle hai jaisa kisi 6-7 years ke children ke hote hai. Please suggest me ki Mai kya khau jisse mera weight gain ho or mai thoda healthy ho jau.
I am 21 years female. I am 177 cms tall and I weigh 77. 9 kgs . Am I overweight ? I have finished college I am putting weight as I am n a break. In a month or two I will join my higher degree. I have put on weight in stomach hands and thighs. Shall I join gym now ? Do I need rigorous exercise? My jeans are not fitting and im worried.
What should be my diet chart for gym ? I am a vegetarian but I eat egg also. I also want to know how I can keep my stomach and intestines healthy? I am doing gym since last month. My weight was 49 kg and now it is 54.9.
Hello I am very thin my weigh is low according to my body I am running 24 and my weight is 55 kg only .please help me how I gain my weight.
Hi all I get head pain most of the morning when I wake up. And I don't feel like waking up too. Don't know why Before marriage I was in pg and I used to sleep for more than 8 to 10 hours as I had no housework But after marriage I used to sleep from 11 pm to 5 am as I have work at 7 am I am trying to wakeup by 4.45 am but unable too And end up in waking up at 6 am What should I do to avoid head pain in morning so that I can wake up early.
PCOS (Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrom) is the most common hormonal reproductive problem in woman of child bearing age and is associated with Multiple cysts in the ovaries.If you have PCOS, over time You have an increased risk of developing diabetes , high blood pressure,high cholesterol levels . In overweight woman , the symptoms of PCOS can be greatly improved by weight loss.Try to select foods with Lower Glycemic index . Space the carbohydrates out during the day . Eat plenty of vegetables and beans. Include protein rich foods . Avoid foods high in saturated and trans fats. Regular physical activity helps the body use insulin more effectively ,burns calories and aids in weight control.
I am very thin I am 29 years old and my weight is 42 kg and my weight is not increasing pls give me advice to gain weight.
I am 29 year old I have a problem that my belly fat increased day by day, I am suffering very much I had done all exercise not get work, if you had any medicine solution pls tell.
Dr. I am Pooja and my age is 25 years. And my weight is 40 kg. And I am very slim. I eating foods daily but there are improving in my health. Please tell me about my weight.
Exercise is important
Regular exercise, like strength training or walking, improves your body's use of insulin and can lower blood sugar levels. Being active also helps get rid of body fat, lower blood pressure, and protect you from heart disease. Try to get 30 minutes of moderate activity on most days of the week
Relaxation is key
Stress can boost your blood pressure and blood sugar. Some people don't do anything for it. Others turn to food to cope with it. Instead, practice relaxation techniques like deep breathing, meditation, or visualization. Talking to a friend, family member, a counselor could help. If you can't beat it, reach out to your doctor/dietitian.
Did you know that lack of sleep can make you fatter? Here's how.
Lack of sleep doesn't only affect your mood and concentration levels, it also affects your weight. Studies show that not getting enough sleep can be responsible for your increasing waistline and bulky frame.
Here's how sleep impacts your weight.
1. Sleep deprivation leads towards consumption of foods that give quick energy
When you've had less sleep than what you require, you feel a lack of energy while performing your daily chores. This can cause you to increase your intake of instant energy-giving foods like potato chips and chocolates or other foods with high carbohydrate and fat content. As a result, you may end up accumulating more kilos on your body.
2. A sleepy brain experiences difficulty in making decisions
Sleeplessness has a negative effect on your body as it prevents you from having complete control of your brain, which may ultimately make you a bad decision maker; especially when it comes to choice of food. You may lack the mental clarity required to avoid calorie-rich foods and may try to fulfil your food cravings with the first available serving of food.
Sleep deprived people are more likely to munch on late night, unhealthy snacks, which are responsible for making them fatter. Lack of sleep also leads you towards consuming foods in greater quantity.
3. The sleep-diet connection
Sleep deprivation results in the improper functioning of your metabolism and increases the hormone 'ghrelin' (responsible for regulating the frequency of food intake) and decreases the amount of the hormone 'leptin' (responsible for indicating when to stop food consumption). More ghrelin and lesser leptin imply more amount of food consumption, which consequently leads to weight gain.
How to implement an enhanced sleep pattern in your lifestyle?
You can try out the following remedies to ensure that you get good quality sound sleep.
- To begin with, try to abstain from caffeine consumption in any form during the afternoons as it affects your sleep routine at night.
- Design a sleep schedule for yourself and try to follow it every day, even at weekends.
- Do not consume heavy meals or alcohol before bedtime as it may result in indigestion and may make it difficult for you to fall asleep.
- Also, you can enhance the quality of your sleep by exercising daily. However, ensure that you don't exercise just before sleeping as exercising can cause your energy levels to rise, making it difficult for you to fall asleep.
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