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How to lose weight or with meds?

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June 19, 2019 / By Amethyst
Question: I'm 15 and I wanna lose some weight I weigh like 125 maybe less i weighed yield the other day it said I was 122.2oz I might weigh more not and don't say I need to lose weight caus ei don't caus ei think my weight has to do with my breathing problem so what are good ways I lose weight or meds to lose weight?
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Ward Ward | 4 days ago
A healthy and lasting weight loss doesn't happen overnight, but it is something you could have if you follow the right plan. Keep in mind these tips along the way of your weight loss journey and try to correct any habit that you are not doing: Drink water, one reason it is that most of people can confuse thirst as hunger, and you'll have healthy energy and it help your body flush out toxins, feel fuller, and help your metabolism too. Eat fruits and vegetables, these are critical to losing weight as they fill you up, provide healthy antioxidants and fiber, and are low in calories. You can eat more and weigh less by adding fruits and vegetables to your diet. Avoid low in nutrition food as bread, rice, and pasta, they may taste great, but they can add up to more fat. Eat healthy 5 to 6 times a day. Sleep well, too little spleep, and your body won't function and you'll gain and retain weight. Do some cardio, like aerobics, dancing, cycling, swimming, running, long walks, elliptical bike (my favorite), karate, football, etc. In long terms, is more efficient to give more importance to the quality of the food rather than calories. For boosting your weight loss, you can also include another healthy elements that help you get weight loss in a very short time, even if you've reached a plateau. When the human body has to extract calories from that element, it has to make a considerable effort, it means that the simple act of digesting causes the body to burn calories. You can find details about this element and all you need to know about lose weight effectively in the blog in my profile. Also, there is a simple and efficient program to lose weight, and if we combine the blog's tips with this program, you can get amazing results. If you have any question, just email me.
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Ward Originally Answered: If you take insulin meds without being diabetic will you lose weight?
You misunderstood. Insulin promotes weight gain and is occasionally given by doctors to help people gain weight (to treat weight loss, not to cause it). Its use in this way is controversial, and I don't think it's common right now. Bodybuilders occasionally abuse it in the belief that it will help them- and occasionally there are stories of somebody getting caught having given it to an animal racing in the belief that it will help that animal gain muscle.
Ward Originally Answered: If you take insulin meds without being diabetic will you lose weight?
Sleep in a cold room Sleeping in a cold room is a best way to force your body to heat itself up for hours

Russell Russell
beware of fat free or zero trans fats foods as you could be trading fats for huge amounts of sugar or sodium
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Moses Moses
if you re having trouble getting started make a small move such as starting an eating log or buying walking shoes you re three times more likely to follow through if you start with small gestures such as these
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Moses Originally Answered: Why do psych meds. make you gain weight?
Weight gain is a well-recognized side effect of antipsychotic medications, especially "atypical" antipsychotics, such as quetiapine (Seroquel), olanzapine (Zyprexa) and risperidone (Risperdal). The cause of this weight gain isn't fully understood. But it is likely that genetics and biochemical changes in the brain caused by the medications play a role. Evidence suggests that some people who gain weight when taking antipsychotic medications may have inherited a particular gene variant, which makes them more susceptible to antipsychotic-induced obesity. However, more research is needed to clarify why this increase takes place and what, if anything, can be done to counteract this effect. If you gain weight after starting an antipsychotic medication, discuss this with your doctor. Do not stop taking your medication. In many cases, antipsychotic-induced weight gain can be managed with dietary changes, increased activity and behavior modification. Also, some antipsychotics are more likely than are others to cause weight gain, so it may be possible to switch to a different medication

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