Using the BMI Chart to see what Stress has done to you(0)Posted on December 25th, 2010Articles
Stress is a horrible contributor to weight gain. There are stress hormones that are released and they tend to cause weight gain in the waistline and stomach.
One way to battle this is to see what sort of toll the stress has had. Weigh yourself, and then divide your weight by your height squared. You then multiply that number by 703 and you can see where you stand on the BMI chart
That is how you can see what stress and other factors have done. From here, use the chart as a way to guide you through the weight loss process. You also need to reduce the stress in your life so that you can feel better. You’ll also perform better in your job if you find healthy ways to cope with your stress. Yoga is a good example of this. Also, getting enough sleep and simply eating right can make a difference.
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