Exercise After Working The Night Shift?
Good morning u003cbr u003e before I will introduce myself first u003cbr u003eGirlfriend I am a man aged 24 years u003cbr u003eHe has excess weight | u003cbr u003eThe weight of his body is currently around 140 kg with a height of approximately 170 CM u003e u003eHe works at night shifts from 20.00 to 8.00 u003cbr u003the question I want to ask is “u003cbr” u can he do sports like gym or other sports? u003cbr u003 because in the armpits and back of the neck looks black and I’ve read that it is a symptom of diabetes
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Need to be straightened beforehand, blackish skin color in the armpit area and the back of the neck is not a sign of diabetes. This blackish skin is more often caused by genetic factors, poor hygiene, skin irritation due to excessive friction, excessive sun exposure, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, skin infections, and so on. This condition is not related to diabetes, and also does not need to be a reason that prevents someone from exercising.
With a height of about 170 cm, your partner's ideal body weight should range from 53 to 66 kg. Therefore, your partner is required to undergo a weight loss program that is right for his own good and health. Obesity and obesity can make it more risky to experience a variety of diseases, including heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, mental disorders, skin irritation (as it causes the skin of the neck and armpits black), fertility disorders, and so on. Efforts to lose weight can be done in various ways, one of them is by exercising.
There is no "best time to exercise" term. Sport is not really a matter of time, but rather consistency. Your partner can do sports at any time while he has time. To get optimal results, it is recommended to exercise once every 2 to 2 days, with a duration ranging from 30 to 60 minutes of the percentage. The types of exercise can be varied depending on the condition of each person. If your partner has no history of any health problems, in order to be able to lose weight optimally, he can do sports, such as lifting weights, gymnastics, jogging, swimming, cycling, jumping rope, and so on. Do this exercise regularly, with the duration, frequency, and intensity gradually increasing.
In addition to sports, your partner also needs to compensate with a variety of other steps, namely:
Live a healthy diet, rich in fiber, vitamins, and minerals
Expand to eat fruits and vegetables
Reduce the portion of the meal slowly, but still eat regularly 2-3 times a day
Reduce foods that contain a lot of trans fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, and simple carbohydrates
Don't make it a habit to consume instant food or drinks
Drink plenty of water
Sleep more regularly 6 to 8 hours a day
Stay away from stress
Don't smoke or consume alcohol
Do not carelessly take slimming drugs
If necessary, your partner can also ask for help from a nutritionist or personal trainer to help make the weight loss program successful.
I hope this helps.