Weight Gain Can Be a Symptom of Something Else

Some people are eating the same amount of food and moving the same way they always have, and yet the extra weight is creeping up faster and faster. If you’ve packed on the pounds over the years and feel like it’s time to get the weight off, you don’t want to just consider a diet plan by itself.

Weight Gain Can Be a Symptom of Something Else

 

In “Change Your Thinking – Lose More Weight”, you’ll find a different kind of weight loss preparation you can do – one that allows you to kill two birds with one stone by finding out what other health woes you have that might be causing you to gain weight.

Not everyone gains weight just because they’re eating more and moving less.

Some people are eating the same amount of food and moving the same way they always have, and yet the extra weight is creeping up faster and faster.

There are many health issues that cause weight gain – and many of these are silent health issues that aren’t easily recognizable – even by your highly informed doctor.

Thyroid disorders can result in weight gain. Your metabolism gets all screwed up with a dysfunctioning thyroid. Other health factors that can cause weight gain include:

Menopause can cause weight gain if you’re of that age. It makes it harder for you to lose weight with the same normal activities that you always did. Ovarian cysts can cause unexplained weight gain, too.

Diabetes: One sign of advanced diabetes is rapid weight loss – but before it becomes advanced, weight gain might be a sign that your body isn’t functioning properly.

When treating your issue with obesity, it’s wise to look at your nutritional intake / quality food, as well as the amount of exercise that you get – but it’s also wise to analyze your other health issues and your prescriptions to see if they might be having an influence on how much weight you gain and retain.

Have a great week!