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Weight gain, increased pulse on running, difficulty climbing stairs. Treatment?

hi good morning due to change in work profile(now it s office work) weight is increased from 68 to 76 to 78.. i make control on my diet at some extent but.. in few days i feel that i cant run avergely i feel that my heart beat increased.. i got tired if i go to 3rd or 4th floor by stairs,,, i confused what happen to me.. my age is 28 now i am vegitarian.
Asked On : Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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thanks for choosing hcm,

it would be much better if you mention your height
because only then we can decide if you are overweight so check your body mass index (bmi)
you can do it on any website when you type bmi calculator on google
bmi should be less than 25 to say your weight is okay

its good you are health conscious
1.gradual increase in exercise helps you to improve your stamina
2.go for a regular exercise daily same time everyday
3.have a great breakfast,good lunch,but very very little dinner of minimum 1 hour between dinner and sleep
5.join a gym ,the trainee helps you to get rid of excess fat in unwanted areas
6.its good you are a vegetarian ,take foods rich in dietary fibre

you can easily go by stairs next time ..........
be confident
stay healthy
feel free to contact me for further queries

thank you
Answered: Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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