Limp Body And Nipple Pain?
Morning, I’ve been feeling weak for a week. Increased diet! People around asking a lot of my thin body why can suddenly be big, hips too filled too?
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Not only a decrease in appetite, a drastic increase in appetite can also trigger anxiety. In fact, this condition is not necessarily a disorder.
When the activity you do is quite a lot and heavy, your body will automatically inform you that you need a higher calorie intake to support your activities. Therefore, your appetite will increase. In addition, appetite can also increase under reasonable conditions, for example as a result of:
Psychological conditions, for example when you are feeling happy or sad
Irregular sleep patterns
Diet that is too extreme
Consuming too many foods with simple carbohydrates, for example white rice, porridge, rice cake, white bread (so that hunger can come faster)
Hormonal changes, for example when approaching menstruation, getting pregnant
Post-sick healing, and so on
However, if the appetite increases very uncontrollably, then you need to be aware of the possibility of a disease, such as diabetes mellitus (increased blood sugar due to insulin resistance or insulin hormones that are not produced at all), bullimia nervosa (eating disorders). , hyperthyroidism (hyperactive thyroid gland), intestinal worms, allergies, and so on. As a result of increased appetite that is followed, if it is not balanced with exercise and balanced activities, then of course body weight will increase dramatically.
The fatigue you experience can occur in connection with any of the conditions above. Or it could be, weakness occurs due to other causes, for example viral or battery infection, rarely exercise, heart problems, liver problems, and so on.
If weakness is very annoying and the increase in appetite seems so drastic that it is difficult to control, there is nothing wrong with seeing your doctor immediately. Usually, the doctor will first carry out an interview and a thorough physical examination to identify possible dangerous conditions. Furthermore, the doctor will provide treatment. However, if the complaint does not improve with medication, the doctor may also suggest that you undergo a blood test or other supporting examination to determine the best treatment.
In the meantime, try to adjust your diet to avoid weakness and uncontrolled appetite.
Get more regular sleep 6 to 8 hours each day
Eat with discipline every 4 to 6 hours, but with small portions, not too much
Eat more foods that make you full longer, for example wheat, brown rice, vegetables, fruit
Cut down on foods that are high in calories, saturated fats, and trans fats
Limit caffeine and sugary drinks
Actively moving and exercising to balance incoming calorie intake
Stay away from stress, calm your mind
Hope this helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah