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Work in night shift. Can I join gym in the morning? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 25-Oct-2013
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Doctor:Are you there?
User:This is XXXX
Doctor:Hello Mr. XXXX
Doctor:How can I help you?
User:my age 27 and weight 75kgs and Height 5.8
User:I work in Night shift
User:I try to join Zim
User:can I join gim morning?
User:my working hours 8pm to 5 am
User:after 5 am can I join gim?
Doctor:You can join a Gym
Doctor:but you should make sure you eat well
User:its not a problem in health
User:with out sleeping in night we join gim
Doctor:You can go to the Gym after you wake up in the evening
Doctor:You are welcome
Doctor:is there anything else you want to discuss?
User:I try to reduce my body weight please tell me tips
User:weight 75kgs and Height 5.8
User:it is correct weight my body?
Doctor:Your weight is okay for your height
User:but I am lock like fact
Doctor:In that case joining a gym will certainly help you
Doctor:is there anything else you want to discuss?
User:I working night shift please tell me Dinner food tips
User:witch food better in night
Doctor:Dinner should be light
Doctor:you should not eat too much
Doctor:you should avoid fried foods
Doctor:you should avoid oily foods
User:thank u
Doctor:You are welcome
User:what's u r name and where r u from
User:good night
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