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Need help about high metabolism?

Need help about high metabolism? Topic: Need help about high metabolism?
June 27, 2019 / By Alger
Question: does high metabolism make you sweat and if so , am i ever going to stop , or will i have to get a prescription or whats gonna happen , plz helpp :O!!! :(
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Tamzen Tamzen | 7 days ago
no its probably just puberty making you sweat and giving you the metabolism you'll lose it(metabolism) by age 30 or so
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Tamzen Originally Answered: How to get a high metabolism?
Dieters often complain that they can’t lose weight because they have a “slow metabolism.” Unfortunately, many companies capitalize on this misconception by marketing products that promise to give consumers a so called “metabolic advantage” that helps melt away the pounds. They are useless. There are things you can't control about your metabolism, and no product ever will. On the other hand, there are simple natural techniques, which will allow you to do it. What you can’t control about your metabolism: Age: Metabolism slows about 5 percent for each decade after 40. That’s because as we get older, we tend to lose muscle and gain body fat. Lean muscle mass is more metabolically active than fat tissue. So when you lose muscle mass, your metabolism slows down. Gender: Men generally have faster metabolisms than women because they’re larger and have less body fat. Men’s basal metabolic rate is estimated to be 10 percent to 15 percent higher than women’s. Hypothyroidism: An underactive thyroid will slow down your metabolism and ultimately lead to weight gain. The good news is that a simple blood test can determine whether you have this condition or not. If you do, you can control it with the proper medication. Genetics: Some people are lucky enough to be born with speedy metabolisms — and others are not. What you can control about your metabolism: Diet Don’t eat fewer than 1,000 calories a day. Your body and metabolism thrive on food. When you fast or crash diet, your metabolism will slow down in order to conserve energy. Imagine your metabolism as a blazing fire. If the fire burns consistently with the appropriate amount of high-quality wood, it will burn at a steady rate. But if it doesn’t have enough wood, the fire goes out. If it has too much wood, it can get out control — just like your waistline! Eat every four to five hours. Our bodies work hard to digest and absorb the foods we eat, and your metabolism revs up in response. This is called the thermic effect of food. Take full advantage of this and schedule meals and snacks every four to five hours. Make breakfast a priority. Studies show that people who regularly eat a healthy breakfast within two hours of rising are more likely to control their weight. This may be because you’re lifting your metabolic rate after it’s been in a “resting phase” during the night. Eat protein with every meal: All foods create a thermic effect and will slightly boost your metabolism. However, eating protein gives your body a bigger metabolic boost than eating carbohydrates or fats. Plus, eating enough protein will ensure you’ll maintain and build muscle mass. (Remember, the more muscle mass you have, the greater your metabolic rate). Make sure to incorporate lean protein into most every meal. Best protein sources: fish, chicken breast, turkey breast, lean red meat, skim milk, nonfat yogurt, eggs and egg substitutes, tofu, beans, and lentils. Meal Examples: Breakfast: yogurt with fresh fruit Lunch: turkey burger on whole-grain bun and a salad Dinner: grilled chicken with vegetables and a baked potato Exercise Do aerobic exercise four to five days a week. Aerobic activities, such as running, brisk walking, swimming and bike riding, burn calories and increase metabolism while you’re working out. Several studies show that aerobic activities cause your metabolism to stay at an elevated level for a period of time after you have finished exercising. Work in strength-training exercise two to three days a week. Lifting weights and other strengthening activities, such as doing push-ups or crunches, on a regular basis will actually boost your resting metabolism all day. That’s because these activities build muscle. And once again, muscle burns more calories than body fat. In fact, if you have more muscle, you burn more calories — even if you’re sitting still. When it comes to supplements, I do not recommend them. The ingredients that are effective tend to boost metabolism only slightly and they can be risky. High doses of stimulants can make you jittery, and increase heart rate and blood pressure. The bottom line: The safest and most effective way to boost your metabolism is to eat an appropriate amount of food every four to five hours, incorporate a portion of lean protein into each meal, and exercise regularly!

Richendra Richendra
High metabolism means that your body burns calories at a fast pace. I don't think that high metabolism would make you sweat, but I also think that puberty can also be a factor. Sweating is a normal part of life. There are not many prescriptions for sweating, but you can always go out and buy deodorant.
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Minta Minta
usually high metabolism occurs mostly in males idk why but if you eat more, then you're body thinks it needs to burn it off or something like that low metabolisms mean that if you eat too much your body just stores the extras as fat idk about sweating though maybe ur just oober hott? lol idk jp hoope i helped^^
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Lilli Lilli
metabolism is just how fast your body burns fat...sweat cools your body and is in no way related to your metobolic state at all...
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Kadence Kadence
what? no i don't think it does. some people just sweat. look you don't need drugs to stop sweating guy, its a natural thing our body does.
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Kadence Originally Answered: If I have a high metabolism.?
Eating some junk food will do nothing but benefit for you if you have a fast metabolism. If you want to gain weight, you have to do everything you can, and eat as much as you possibly can, and eat anything you can. In this case junk food is totally acceptable and in fact helpful. To gain, you need to up your calories to 5000cal/day.(this is where junk food comes into play) If you don't have time to eat, and you still want to up your calories, then go to McDonald's! If you have any further in-depth questions about diet or training, mail me or put them up on this same question. Thanks. - Yes, if you want to gain weight, you need to eat. You say you have a super-fast metabolism, so even if you eat junk food, you won't have to worry about it. You're already struggling enough to gain weight(it seems like), so you need to drive your body into a great calorie surplus. In your case, it doesn't matter what you eat, but in my case, I would have to eat a lot more, but still watch what I eat.

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