Irregular Eating Habits And Ways To Gain Weight?
Hello r ndok, I am 14 years old, I weigh only 35 kg, my diet is often irregular, sometimes I eat only once a day and rarely snacking and even then it has become a habit for a long time because at home there are rarely foods that can make me in the mood to eat even though I feel hungry but when I have prepared the food I don’t feel like eating and even though it’s my favorite food and I also rarely snack, so now every morning I feel nauseous, diarrhea is weak until a dry cough ends up vomiting until I can’t go to school but when it starts at noon I already don’t feel nauseous and weak. What do you think I am sick? And how can I raise my mood for eating and what are the other solutions?
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Need to clarify, how tall are you?
Determining the nutritional adequacy of a person is not enough just by assessing body weight and age, but must be assessed based on body mass index (BMI), which is the result of the division between body weight (kg) and height (m) squared. Due to the lack of information you provide regarding your height, it is difficult for us to identify whether your body is classified as thin or still ideal.
Irregular eating habits can clearly lead to weight loss. Not only that, inadequate calorie intake can also make your body weak, increase stomach acid, causing complaints of nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and coughing. furthermore, this condition can also make your immune system weaken so that you will fall sick more easily. Even in activities, calorie intake is very necessary to support concentration and memory. Therefore, if you do not fulfill this matter, then your learning achievement can decrease.
Snacking is not mandatory for healthy adults. However, eating regularly is something that you must fulfill in order to maintain your own health. If this unhealthy eating habit occurs because of your poor appetite, we recommend that you take the following steps:
Be aware of the negative effects that may lurk in your diet if you don't improve your diet, including, you will be more likely to fall ill, get indigestion (including gastritis, gastric ulcers, duodenal ulcers), weakness, difficulty remembering, difficulty concentrating, and so on. Your decreased food intake, don't be obeyed It is better to eat little but often, rather than a lot but irregularly Vary the type of daily food, eat with people you care about, and throw away negative thoughts so that your appetite increases Reduce consumption of foods that are can produce a lot of gas when consumed, for example cabbage, mustard greens, soda, coffee, tea Control your emotions, stress, and excessive sadness Do not get used to snacking carelessly Busy yourself with positive activities, including exercise Do not carelessly take drugs or supplements, including fattening supplements or appetite enhancers. However, if the complaints do not get better after men follow the steps above, you should check yourself directly to a doctor or an internal medicine specialist in order to get further treatment, ok?
I hope this helps.