The Dangers Of Losing Weight Too Quickly

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Quick Weight Loss And Possible Dangers

The current trend nowadays seems to be quick weight loss – or trying to lose weight as rapidly as possible.

At first glance this may seem appealing but in reality you are causing yourself more problems than you solve.

The slimming products that are currently en vogue have a rapid loss weight theme.

Products such as the 72 Hour Diet Pill and the NV Rapid Weight Loss Pill are aiming themselves at the vulnerable.

There are several health related issues that could arise from trying to lose weight too quickly

  • Fatigue
  • Hypertension
  • Muscle atrophy
  • Fainting
  • Acidosis
  • Dehydration
  • Gall Bladder problems
  • Seizures
  • Sinus problems

Some other potential adverse reactions are malnutrition, depression and even weight gain.

Your blood glucose levels may also be effected due to low calorie food which can eventually affect the brain. The sugar metabolism in your body could reduce which may lead to muscle waste in the long run.

Before embarking on any kind of diet or weight loss regime it better for you in the long to think safety first over above any imposing any kind of timescale.

It is necessary to understand and prevent the probable dangers. It is best to lose weight safely and gradually because your body may not be able adapt the sudden weight loss. You may feel sluggish and tired too. Lack of concentration could also be a contributory factor.

In our angst to lose body fat – it is important to remember that fat is essential to help maintain our body to run at the optimum. Fat is utilized for running various metabolic activities.

Starving your body of essential fat can cause it to slowly start to shut down and possibly go into hibernation mode. Your body produces its own defensive system to cope with starving situation and ultimately can cause weight gain. That nullifies the reason for dieing.

Losing weight too quickly could  also cause Bulimia nervosa, a disease from which malnutrition, loss of electrolytes, anemia, nutrient deficiencies, hormonal problems, osteoporosis and many more health troubles may develop.

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