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Tired and lose interest in things. Gained weight and started working out vigorously. Suggestions?

ive gained 60lbs in the last 6 months recently i joined a sport where i have rigorous work outs for an hour to an hour and a half 4 times a week but i have only lost 10lbs and have been in the sport for at least 3 months. Im always tired and lose interest in things very easily. i get extremely hot when i sleep and irritated very easily. whats wrong with me
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

People tend to be sluggish and lazy often after some days of busy schedule and after that lazyness they normally work hard fearing psychological impact. Same things happened to you. You are health conscious. You are worried that sitting idle will result in some diseases. You are right.

Body needs exercise. Without exercise and without proper diet, weight will increase for sure. Rigorous exercise and diet will decrease weight slowly. 10 lbs weight loss per month is clearly what you can have while keeping your health intact.

Be happy with what you are doing. You can't do everything for health.
Be happy.
Answered: Fri, 14 Jun 2013
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