Having a Healthy Lifestyle
Effects of obesity, unhealthy lifestyles, & type II diabetes
The Effects of Obesity on the Body
-Increased joint problems
-High blood pressure
-Large fat deposits in the liver
Effects of a Metabolic Syndrome:
-Large amounts of abdominal fat
-Increased insulin resistance
-Development of heart problems
-Increased chance of heart problems
-Poly-cystic Ovarian Syndrome
-Increased change of cancer
The Effects of Not Exercising
-More likely to become overweight and obese
Poor Self Image:
- Excercise releases endorphins, which help keep you in a happy or content mood, without it, you are more likely to become irritable and annoyed.
-Without excercise, the muscles in your body are unable to develope and strengthen joints, which leads to weakness and being prone to serious injury.
- Depression can lead to having no motivation for excercise and maintain a healthy diet, which mainly leads to diabetes
- Increased thirst and urination: As sugar builds in the blood stream, you will become thirsty more often
- Increased hunger: Without enough insulin to move sugar into the cells, muscles and oragns can become depleted from energy, which triggers hunger.
- Weight loss: Wihtout proper energy supplies to your cells, muscle and fat storage can shrink.
- Fatigue: If your cells are depleted from sugar, you can become tired and iritable.
- Adult Male: Average BMI - 18.5-24.9
-Adult Female: Average BMI - 18.5 and 24.9
- Average height for adult Women: 5'5" - Weight: 125
- Average: Male: 6' Weight: 160
- Heart rate for adults: 60-100 beats per minutes. For athletic adults: 40 bpm
- If resting heart rate is above 100bpm that shows that you have tachycardia.
- If it is under 60 bpm you might have bradycardia
- Respiration: adults have 12-20 breaths per minute. During exercise its 35-45 breaths per minute
-Normal blood pressure: 120/80
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