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Obese, trouble standing up straight, dizzy, sweat. On meds for BP. How to lose weight ?

I m obese, I m 5 foot 3 inches and I weight 263 lbs the last time I looked. I m working hard to loose weight by changing my diet and cutting down on my eating. Lately I have been having trouble standing up strait after sitting for a period of time and I get really short of breath and I feel like my bloodpressure is low because I get dissy and sweat. Is this problem going to go away provinding I loose 100.00 pounds or more. I would like to get back down to 130 pounds. I take meds for high blood pressure and other problems Can you help?
Asked On : Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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Thanks for query,
The problem of standing straight is due to your weight only as knee joint cannot take weight of your body.
You should loose weight that is the only motto in your life.
Just avoid sugar from your food.
Take leafy vegetables 70% in your diet.The other 10% is of curd & rest of 20% contains carbohydrate & proteins & vitamins.
Drink adequate water to hydrate your self.
Take small frequent mills just to satisfy yourself.
Light exercise of hands will burn some more calorie.
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