Sudden change or unexplained weight loss
Note that the index falling may be a promising sign of our success in the battle against weight gain, but any sudden shift and is prospective in weight - whatever its direction - a sure sign that something wrong is happening. To be sure, the rapid decrease of weight for no known reason may indicate a disturbance in eating, such as poor appetite, or bulimia (canis lust for food).
The weight loss is expected, accompanied by loss of appetite or without them, it refers to the depression, or diabetes, or hyper-secretion of the thyroid gland, or heart failure, or disorder diet, or cancer, and I have discovered one of the recent studies that weight loss is not justified in women may to be a sign warning of developing dementia within ten years of its inception. http://www.reviewlization.com/truth-about-six-packs-abs-review/
It may be weight loss reaction to some drugs and medicines that contain the drug - whether medically prescribed ones or forbidden - such as antidepressants and amphetamines and sudden weight loss in the elderly may be a sign of warning of developing dementia. In spite of that weight loss in the elderly - which is usually driven at a rate of less than a pound a year - with age something familiar, but the loss greater than that may indicate the imminence of the incidence of this type of neurological disorder.
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