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Over Weight Bloated
Have hep c just had my liver checked in october by ultra soundsaid it was fine also have acid reflux why do I stay so bloated also over weight?
The precise figures depend on muscle mass but rule of thumb is 100 for 5 foot and 5 pound per inch over, so, about right.
Lack of exercise is probably a more important risk factor. ...Read more
My abdomen is hard & bloated, quite painful when pushed on, why does my dr think it's overweight related?
My stomach for two days is bloated, painful, making weird noises, and rock hard. The noises have been going on for weeks. I am overweight. Can you please tell me what it could be and what to do?
Be evaluated.: These symptoms can be seen in many different diseases including bowel obstruction, gastritis, gastric ulcers, pancreatitis or gallbladder issues. Rarely upper GI cancers could have these symptoms. Depending on your pain level and how firm the abdomen, it may be a good idea to visit urgent care or the emergency department for evaluate for any possible perforations. Evaluation and testing needed. ...Read more
I'm getting too overweight now. I feel bloated hand fat and have stretch marks. Should I stop eating?
Eat differently: Stopping eating is actually not a good way to lose weight since it slows your metabolism because your body thinks it is starving. Instead, you may want to focus on portion control, a balanced diet, and minimizing junk food. Adding exercise to this approach will also help you to lose and will make you feel good. Extreme approaches don't work. You want slow and steady changes that you can mainta ...Read more
I'm a bit overweight to my height. I suffer frequent farting, also I ve belly fat or I dono its just a bloated stomach. Suggest me some good relief?
(1)Moderation in food intake cutting down on carb. Don't eat out too often. No sugar drinks.
(2)Moderation in exercise, 3-4x week x60mins including aerobic and weight training.
(3)Walk whenever you can (get a pedometer).
Make sure to check with doctor to rule out medical causes for your weight. Fad diets cannot maintain the weight loss in the long term.
It will not be easy but doable. ...Read more
Weight reduction: The best approach is to have at least one consultation with a registered dietitian at your local hospital. She/he will determine your ideal weight, critique your current eating habits and outline a personal diet with the proper amount of daily calories taking into consideration your level of physical activity. This causes gradual loss of fat and avoids crash dieting which doesn't last. ...Read more
Cholesterol, weight: In today's world, 2/3 of the us population is overweight or obese. Approximelty 20 different medical conditions have been directly linked to obesity. Including hypertension, reflux, cardiac disease, sleep apnea, diabetes, arthritis, and elevated cholesterol. If you are 49 and overweight, with elevated cholesterol, you likely should be evaluated by a md, and, started on a diet and exercise plan. ...Read more
Lower: Caloric intake and move more. Simple but difficult. ...Read more
Check DSM-IV: According to the diagnostic statistic manual, an anorexic individual refuses to maintain their weight at or above a minimally normal weight for age and height. So the answer to your question is no, a person suffering from anorexia nervosa will not have a normal weight or be overweight. This is a serious disorder with high mortality rates. Treatment is available. Visit your pmd or a psychiatrist. ...Read more
105-140 lbs: Upon reaching adulthood, we don't take age or gender into account when determining appropriate weight, just height. Check out http://www. Nhlbi. Nih. Gov/health/educational/lose_wt/BMI/bmicalc. Htm to calculate body mass index (BMI). Normal is 18.5-24.9 while overweight is 25-29.9 & obese is 30+. However, this is just a starting point. Body fat percentage is even more important: don't be skinny fat. ...Read more
Eat fewer calories: Helpful weight loss diets include natural foods that take time to chew but contain few calories. Examples include carrots, celery, and leafy lettuce (without salad dressing). When shopping for fruits, buy small ones no bigger than a tennis ball, because fruits contain natural sugar. Drinks without calories include water and green tea. A calorie is a calorie, regardless of where it comes from. ...Read more
Balance: The major issue is related to how calories ingested related to calories burned. If you take in more calories than you burn - you will gain weight. If you burn more calories than you eat - you are likely to lose weight. The exception is that muscle weighs more than fat - thus if your walking leads to ^'ed muscle - you may gain some weight even if you become more slender. Take care. ...Read more
Depends on: This more depends on the type of fracture: stable v unstable & its location in the spine as well as the presence or absence of any neurologic involvement and its type as well as extent. How much obesity plays a role as well as any associated medical issues present. The degree of symptoms also plays a role. The risk is more associated with the degree of neurologic involvement & its permanence. ...Read more
Stick to basics: There is no substitution for regular exercise ; a healthy, well-balanced diet, regardless if the goal is weight gain or loss. Weight gain is achieved if the individual takes in more calories than he/she burns; weight loss happens when calories burned exceed calorie intake. 1-2 pounds lost a week is a do-able appropriate rate. Stick to it, ; you'll achieve your goal feeling great! ...Read more