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Underweight, no proper food, less energy, less vision. Alternative medicine, diet?

TO DR NIKUL PATEL. am 46 years old being underweight since early 20s till date. always lean. managing until 42 years with that. now find it difficult to carry even a big pot full of water. to carry 10 kgs of weight by walk for half to one km distance. Food habits being not appreciable. being a bachelor i have to skip my breakfast atleast 4 to 5 days in a week. night only i cook myself and eat properly. anoons in hotel. always am underweight. my weight is 45 kgs. which should be i hope 50 to 55 kgs for my height of 165 cms ie. 5.5 i dont consume liquor , no cigaratee no nv how to increase my weight . i have to do office work as well field work. this takes away my energy a lot.being alone, i have to lookafter all my daily routines and cooking. pl. suggest good diet/good ayur. medicine and if any, how long i should take it? secondly i started wearing spex in 2006 and last month i went to checkup. disappointed to note that vision has come down that is eyes developed both short sight and longsight (as dr said) and glasses suggested in minus to both eyes to +1 and +1.5 range now. kindly give me good solution radhakrishnan, chennai
Asked On : Mon, 9 Jul 2012
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Jun 2013
Hi there ~

I am sorry if you were looking for a particular doctor but this is a public forum and I just chose to answer this question for you. There are two ways to gain weight:

1. Eat right - and healthy. Which might mean that you need to consult a nutritionist.
2. Exercise regularly - 4 times a week for 30-40 min per session and it should include both cardio and weights which will increase your appetite and thus make you gain weight.

Also depression can contribute to weight loss. I hope you get a psychiatric assessment so as to make sure that you get yourself the right medications to help with the anxiety surrounding weight and also help with weight gain. I hope you get yourself on the track to recovery and a healthy weight as soon as you can. I hope this helped. I do not think that your vision has anything to do with your weight. However I am glad you are able to see well now with the help of an ophthalmologist.

Take care and have a lovely day!
Answered: Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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