For most of us, monitoring our weight can be frustrating, scary, or just annoying. While most of us check our weight because we want to lose weight, some of us are actually trying to keep weight steady or gain weight. Here we will discuss why you may want to lose, gain, or maintain your weight, and how often you should check under different situations.
We often hear that eating a healthy diet and exercising are keys to helping us lose weight. But what happens when you’re doing everything right, losing the weight you want, improving your health, and suddenly you step on the scale and your weight progress has stalled? Here we will help you troubleshoot the reason and get you back to reaching your goals.
Self-monitoring of your vitals every day is tiresome and tough to achieve every day. Many people may create reasons to slow or stop checking on their health. We often get the same question: can I stop my blood glucose/blood pressure monitoring, since I feel totally fine?
Losing weight can benefit your health in many different ways! But it can be tricky knowing how to start the process. If you are wondering if you should lose weight, how much weight you should lose, or even how quickly you should expect to lose weight, then this is the right article for you!
Measuring weight with a weight scale sounds simple: step on it, and get a weight. We always hope the number will show what we want, but sometimes we get a “weird” number - much higher or lower than usual readings. Then, we start to question the accuracy of the scale. Read this article to learn more!