there are alot of causes for weight loss:
* drug addiction
* anorexia nervosa
* poor diet
* loss of appetite
Being thin is good but being very thin and underweight is not good. You should consult a physician if you are a very very thin person. Lots of medical tests would help in revealing the root cause of the problem.
These are some points, which would help in increasing your weight:
Eating: The first thing you need to do to increase your weight is to eat well. Eat more than you burn calories. Eating food, which contains more fat is good for people who are thin. Drinking milk, cheese, chicken meat etc are some foods, which contain more fat.
Exercise: Most people think that thin people should not exercise, as they could get even thinner. But it is recommended that they exercise so that they feel hungrier and eat more. Taking nutritious food would help the body gain weight. Do not lift heavy weight dumbbells in a gym; instead opt for low weight and do more repetitions.
There are lots of weight gain supplements available in the market, but they are not recommended. Instead have a good helping of protein-enriched foods, fruits and products, which contain more fat. Eat lots of protein and fat, as it is very helpful in increasing your weight. So why wait! Start NOW.
Diet pills are unhealthy and can give you bad side effects.
The success rate of very popular synthetic diet pills such as Phentermine (prescription only), Orovo Detox, Hamcho Slim, Hoodia Chaser and ZCA Stack is very low but perhaps natural diet pills may be a bit better. The last 4 synthetic diet pills are all OTC.
Perhaps you could try a natural diet pill such as Demograss as in http://au.search.yahoo.com/search?p=demo...
Demograss is a dietary supplement to help you lose weight and reduce sizes. Made of 100% natural ingredients, it works as a fat burner and even helps to eliminate that fat accumulated since childhood that diets and exercise can’t.
Absolutely not. At this age you shouldn't be depending on medication. Did you know that many diet pills are dangerous and addicting? Why won't you do it the healthy way? Exercises, drink a lot of water, go to the food market diet food area and pick out a lot of beans, vegetables, fruits, and pick out the K diet cereal's.
Remember, Dieting takes dedication and commitment. It isn't an overnight process. Don't feel pressured with today's hollywood media because celebrities spend millions to look like that and if they didn't they'd lose their job.
Don't fall into the eating disorder category because eating disorders are terrible sicknesses.
Remember to take care of yourself and to see yourself beautiful, do not take medication, especially if you are 14 and if you're parent's don't know.
Join a gym by the way if you'd like.
The only way to lose weight and keep it off:
Diet and Exercise
Diet and Exercise
Diet and Exercise
There are no shortcuts!
If you're really serious about losing weight, prove it. Weight watchers is a healthy and reasonable solution.
B12 has its best use to support your nervous system and brain, as well as help with blood formation.
PROS: If you have a nerve condition called Peripheral Neuropathy (usually caused by diabetes) it will help stop the pain and tingling in your hands and feet -- UNTIL you get your blood sugars under control!
it should also help if you have ANEMIA (lack of red blood cells) but Iron Tablets seems to have a more immediate and positive effects.
Vegans often lack B12 in their diet, and so B12 supplements are needed to add the B12 that their body lacks by having such a lopsided diet.
CONS: Most healthy people don't need B12, so taking it does no good. You body does not store B12, so any excess is just excreted by your body -- wasted.
Unless you have a specific B12 related disease (or poor dietary practices, like veganism), buying such vitamins is just a waste of money.
Sounds like you could benefit from a full body cleanse. A friend of mine uses an Acai Berry product, it flushes all the waste out your system.
Shes lost quite a lot of weight and she swears by the stuff. She got it for free too, only had to pay like $4 shipping.
Heres their site: http://tinyurl.com/acaiberries
You will see from the information below that weight loss is not a side effect of cocaine use. I would imagine that your friend used that reason for taking the drug as an excuse and paid with her life. All drug use is stupid and idiotic and for losers only.
Effects on the body
What kind of drug is cocaine?
Cocaine is a stimulant drug. Stimulant drugs speed up the activity of the brain and other parts of the central nervous system.
What are the effects of cocaine use
As the effects of cocaine vary with each person, it is difficult to predict exactly in what way, and for how long, cocaine will affect a person’s ability to drive safely. Effects are influenced by factors such as how much, how often and how they are used, plus the psychological and physical attributes of the person using them.
Common effects after using cocaine include:
physiological arousal, including increased body temperature, heart rate, enlarged pupils and sexual arousal
exhilaration, feelings of wellbeing, decreased hunger
poor concentration and judgement
indifference to pain and fatigue
feelings of great physical strength and mental capacity
unpredictable and/or violent behaviour.
Using greater amounts of cocaine can cause extreme agitation, anxiety, paranoia, hallucinations, dizziness, nausea and vomiting, tremors, unpredictable violent/aggressive behaviour, loss of concentration, loss of coordination, loss of interest in sex, and loss of ambition and motivation. There may also be a risk of heart pain, heart attack, paranoid psychosis, increased body temperature, and rapid, irregular and shallow breathing.
High doses of cocaine can also result in “cocaine psychosis”. The psychosis is generally temporary and is characterised by paranoid delusions, hallucinations and aggressive or violent behaviour. Some people may scratch at imaginary “coke bugs” on their skin.
An overdose of cocaine can cause seizures, heart attack, brain haemorrhage, kidney failure, stroke and repeated convulsions.
Dependence and withdrawal
Regular use of cocaine can lead to strong psychological dependence (addiction). Those who abruptly stop their cocaine use can experience withdrawal symptoms as their body readjusts to functioning without the drug. Cocaine withdrawal usually occurs in three phases:
Symptoms include agitation, depression, intense craving for the drug and extreme fatigue. This may last up to four days from last use.
The withdrawal phase
This lasts up to ten weeks and is characterised by depression, lack of energy, anxiety, intense cravings and angry outbursts.
The extinction phase
This phase may last indefinitely and includes symptoms of episodic cravings for cocaine. Other withdrawal symptoms may include lack of motivation, inability to feel pleasure, nausea/vomiting, shaking, irritability and/or agitation, muscle pain, and long, but disturbed, sleep.
Acomplia is very good. my sister takes it with great results.
You can try to order it online.
From my past experience -
I have ordered only viagra and cialis on the net so far from a few good pharmacies, but they have other meds as well including Acomplia, so may be you could check them out.
The only problem with buying meds online was that there are so many sh..ty places all over the net that you can easily get lost and get ripped in the end.
you must be very careful if you choose to order meds over the net. a good source for ed meds like viagra cialis levitra is http://www.viagrausers.1rx.biz . it is not an online pharmacy but an online community of viagra cialis and levitra users, the site also has got price comparison of cheapest and trusted online pharmacies. From the price tables I prefer v-medical myself.
Just remember.... Rosie ODonell is a celebrity too :-)
Pills are short-term. Keep exercising and adjust your diet to get in shape, not to lose weight per se, but to get healthy. The best eating plan I know of is weight watchers, it is not a diet, it is a lifestyle change that will stay with you, and keep you healthy and thin.