is it normal to get sick while losing weight?
Topic: is it normal to get sick while losing weight?
May 25, 2019 / By Braden Question:
Whenever I start trying to lose weight I get a cold, I've had 2 colds in the past month, is it just coincidence or does it have something to do with weight loss? I don't go to the gym, I have my own gym at home that only my husband and I use.
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Addison | 9 days ago
I would say it’s not about weight loss but more about exercising.
Moderate, gentle exercise (aerobics like walking, bicycling, and swimming) will boost your immune system by increasing the effectiveness of the circulatory system. Faster blood flow = more nutrients everywhere and better cleaning system.
On the other hand, strenuous exercise, especially weight training and building muscle mass (anaerobics), will have the opposite effect, if you push yourself too much and your body is too busy repairing your damaged muscles and not fighting germs.
Also, you have to listen to your body. It communicates with you through pain and pleasure. If you push yourself too hard, your body will get sick (colds…headaches…) just to slow you down.
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Originally Answered: Is it normal for magnesium citrate to make you feel sick/tired?
Yes, it is normal to feel sick after taking a saline laxative like magnesium citrate. These are strong, harsh laxatives often used before some medical procedures, such as colonoscopy. There are less harsh versions such as milk of magnesia which is magnesium hydroxide that work very well. Of course your doctor might have a reason for recommending the stronger laxative. Before you take it again, I would ask about another alternative.
Yes, it can. Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle did a study on gaining and losing weight. If you keep and maintain weight, your immune system will be stronger (link below).
Other factors are the rate of weight loss and your day-to-day diet.
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6 pounds is plenty is so short a time. you may nicely be dehydrated. i became into these days ill for a month and lost a stable 10 pounds. i'm fifty two and don't decrease weight so definitely as I used to. i do no longer fall ill plenty the two. Yea, it is common. Get a outstanding style of water and in basic terms consume stuff it quite is stable for you.
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If you change your diet dramatically, particularly in a less healthy way it can affect your immune system a lot. Be careful that what you put into your body is not only low calorie and low fat, but you need nutrients, vitamins, protein and fibre. Keep that in mind. Exercising shouldn't cause your illness, I would guess it's a change in diet.
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remember these five essential smoothie ingredients frozen berries a banana skim milk a teaspoon of honey and a teaspoon of psyllium seed husks
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create emergency packs filled with healthy foods such as nuts fruits or sliced vegetables to help you avoid unhealthy temptations
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if you find yourself at a weight loss plateau up the duration of your exercise routine by five minutes
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It's what we call the sick month.
Your workout isn't effective until you get sick.
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Originally Answered: feeling sick after weight loss why?
By feel like you need to throw up, this isn't that you feel you need to make yourself vomit, but you have nausea, correct? If it seems a bit like heartburn or feels like an acidic taste in your mouth, it could be a bit of reflux. This would be unrelated to weight loss but could be related to going to bed too soon after eating, lying down after eating, eating spicy or high-fat foods, wearing clothing that is too tight-fitting.
Nausea is a common side effect of a lot of medications, could be caused by that. I realize you're on birth control but it IS a symptom of pregnancy, and on rare occasions birth control fails...keep that in mind. See a professional if it persists.