7 reasons why you are gaining weight
Here we give you seven health issues that lie between you and your weight, and some ideal tips to fix them.
- You are depressed
Many anti-depressant medications can cause weight gain, so if you are depressed and you are taking the pills for it, you should expect to add weight somewhere between 2 to 6 kilograms. The best thing for you in this case is to be exercising, doing physical exercises to maintain the normal body weight.
- You are taking birth control pills
There is a long list of drugs that can cause weight gain. If you are taking pills controlling pregnancy, hormone contraceptives, steroids, or other pills for heart disease and blood pressure then you have the chances of weight gain.
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The best thing you can do is to consult your doctor to replace these pills with others that have a similar function.
- Your body lacks some vitamins
One of the main reasons why you can add weight, though not much nutrition, is the lack of a variety of vitamins, such as D, magnesium or iron, that can accelerate your metabolism. The best way to overcome these deficiencies is to follow a diet that contains these vitamins.
- By getting old
This is one of the reasons that can not be avoided today. Over the years, human metabolism slows down and you can not get as much calories as you did when you were younger. So what can you do? You have to exercise more, and remember, not all the calories you get are related to weight. Eating vegetables and protein foods accelerates metabolism, as opposed to carbohydrates found in bread, rice, pasta, etc.
- Have ‘Cushing’ syndrome
Weight gain is associated with high blood pressure, osteoporosis, and changes in your skin tone, including its purple color return. This may be a sign that your body is not working properly, as a result of a disorder in your adrenal state. The syndrome called ‘Cushing’ affects only 15 people, every one million adults per year. ‘Cushing’ syndrome causes the weight in your body to be distributed in the middle part of your body (belly), leaving your arms and arms less comfortable.