Well it depends on several factors. Was the person 'trying' to loose the weight? In other words were they on a limited caloric intake diet and exercising in order to facilitate the weight loss? How old is the person? If the individual was NOT on a diet in order to purposefully loose the weight, are there other factors, such as, increased thirst(drinking MORE water daily), increased urination, sleeplessness, for women incresed vaginal dischagre: i.e. yeast infections? Common symptoms of both major types of Diabetes: Fatigue: In diabetes, the body is inefficient and sometimes unable to use glucose for fuel. The body switches over to metabolizing fat, partially or completely, as a fuel source. This process requires the body to use more energy. The end result is feeling fatigued or constantly tired. Unexplained weight loss: People with diabetes are unable to process many of the calories in the foods they eat. Thus, they may lose weight even though they eat an apparently appropriate or even excessive amount of food. Losing sugar and water in the urine and the accompanying dehydration also contributes to weight loss. Excessive thirst (polydipsia): A person with diabetes develops high blood sugar levels. The body tries to counteract this by sending a signal to the brain to dilute the blood, which translates into thirst. The body encourages more water consumption to dilute the high blood sugar back to normal levels and to compensate for the water lost by excessive urination. Excessive urination (polyuria): Another way the body tries to get rid of the extra sugar in the blood is to excrete it in the urine. This can also lead to dehydration because excreting the sugar carries a large amount of water out of the body along with it. Excessive eating (polyphagia): If the body is able, it will secrete more insulin in order to try to deal with the excessive blood sugar levels. Also the body is resistant to the action of insulin in type 2 diabetes. One of the functions of insulin is to stimulate hunger. Therefore, higher insulin levels lead to increased hunger and eating. Despite increased caloric intake, the person may gain very little weight and may even lose weight. Poor wound healing: High blood sugar levels prevent white blood cells, which are important in defending the body against bacteria and also in cleaning up dead tissue and cells, from functioning normally. When these cells do not function properly, wounds take much longer to heal and become infected more frequently. Also, long-standing diabetes is associated with thickening of blood vessels, which prevents good circulation and our body tissues from getting enough oxygen and other nutrients. Infections: Certain infection syndromes, such as frequent yeast infections of the genitals, skin infections, and frequent urinary tract infections, may result from suppression of the immune system by diabetes and by the presence of glucose in the tissues, which allows bacteria to grow well. They can also be an indicator of poor blood sugar control in a person known to have diabetes. Altered mental status: Agitation, unexplained irritability, inattention, extreme lethargy, or confusion can all be signs of very high blood sugar, ketoacidosis, or hyperosmolar hyperglycemia nonketotic syndrome or hypoglycemia (low sugar). Thus, any of these merit the immediate attention of a medical professional. Call your health care provider or 911. Blurry vision: Blurry vision is not specific for diabetes but is frequently present with high blood sugar levels.
Starting about six months ago, I started a somewhat extreme physical change. I was 286 pounds, and six months later I'm at 236. Guess how I did that, cigarettes, weed, and just plain willpower.
There are 52 weeks in a year. Six months = 26 weeks. 1 - 2 is a bit vague so we'll call it 1.5. 1.5 x 26 = 39 pounds.
get on a good diet and do a lot of cardio exercises like running or a lot of walking.
Absolutely! It is safe and healthy to lose 1 to 2 pounds a week through diet and exercise so 20 pounds in six months is very reasonable. As we all know, losing weight is much harder than putting it on so it will take a lot of hard work and consistancy to achieve your goal. Might want to consult a doctor for advice on best plan of action. Good luck!
healthy babies come in many shapes and sizes. At six months, anywhere between 14 and 21 pounds is considered a healthy weight for boys. (Although, five percent of healthy boys weigh less than 14 pounds and five percent of healthy boys weight more than 21 pounds). Healthy boys who are 28 inches long, whatever their age, usually weigh 16 to 22 pounds. So 17 or 18 pounds is a great weight for an active boy to be!
A dorking weighs about 3.5 to 5 pounds at six months.
U can't dumb mfs.
at six months they are 5 to 6 pounds.
Every six months for healthy teeth.
Hi. A lot depends on just how committed you are to losing weight. I took a hard line on reducing sugar in my diet which started about six months ago, and I lost 6 pounds in the first week, which I was absolutely wrapped with. That helped me stay motivated, and during the next six weeks (8 weeks in total) I lost 22 pounds. Needless to say I was equally impressed. Now, six months on, I have lost 34 pounds and I am having no trouble maintaining my low sugar diet. I 100% recommend giving this method a try as it is healthy, no cost and easy to maintain once you get through the first six weeks. Good luck
There are many factors involved. First of all, are you 25 pounds overweight? If you aren't, it would be dangerous to loose that much. If you work a safe diet and exercise plan, you should be able to lose 25 pounds in about six months. That is a rate of 1 pound every week. You are likely to lose more the first couple of weeks.
My guess is that you lost most of that weight by either sweating it out and/or having bowel movements without replacing meals so you have effectively emptied your colon...
Roughly 137-180 pounds.
Not really! Do you feel or look a little overweight?? If you think that you are you could lose a couple of pounds, but, if you dont want to, dont! As long a you are healthy, you are fine! Not really! Do you feel or look a little overweight?? If you think that you are you could lose a couple of pounds, but, if you dont want to, dont! As long a you are healthy, you are fine!
The best foods to eat to lose weight as well as become more healthy, are foods low in sugar. The best basic rule I can suggest for losing weight is "it it tastes sweet, it has sugar in it so try to avoid it. Sugar free is the best and healthiest I have felt in a long time, and since starting this six months ago, have lost around 35 pounds, all without more that a short walk every now and then.
Yes, it is possible to lose weight in three weeks, but it depends on how much weight you want to lose. It's recommended that a person should, at most, lose two pounds a week for the sake of their health. In three weeks, you could lose six pounds.
with a lot of healthy eating and hard work. yes
How long it normally takes to lose 50 pounds can vary greatly from person to person. As a general rule, losing one to two pounds per week is a safe goal. If you lose two pounds per week it will take a little over six months to lose 50 pounds.
Until six months ago, I would have said yes, but now I know that exercise is not necessary to lose weight. I lost 25 pounds in 8 weeks and 35 pounds overall so far, without any exercise at all. All I have done is to reduce my sugar (Fructose) consumption, and monitor my daily calorie intake. This was recommended by my doctor as a healthy option for me as exercise was difficult for me. I can honestly say this method is awesome, and does not require exercise to be effective.
Absolutely! What's better is that you can do it safely.It is not safe to lose more than two pounds a week (and you are more likely to re-gain if you do lose more than this recommended amount per week.) If you figure there are 24 weeks in six months and double that you get 48. So you can safely lose up to 48 pounds in 24 weeks.That said, diet or exercise alone will not achieve long-lasting results. These two must be combined! Focus on living heathfully each day--eat well and get at least 30 minutes of exercise most days of the week. Focus on a lifestyle change, and the pounds will come off!
Your healthy weight range depends on your height, age, sex, and general build. If you're four foot, and weigh 140 pounds, you're probably overweight; if you're six feet six and weigh 140 pounds, you're likely underweight.
Ideally, if you want short healthy hair, trim every six weeks - every two months.If trying to grow long healthy hair, trim every two months - every three months.
600 pounds if they love fruit
That is impossible. You can't deprive yourself of enough calories to lose weight that fast.