BMI For Women: Obesity Levels Above 30

A BMI For Women That Is High Leads To Obesity Health Risks

BMI For WomenIt’s no wonder.  In studies done by Harvard University, it was reported that obesity rates nearly doubled in the past 3 decades.

What’s more concerning is Body Mass Index (BMI) for women increased more than for men during this time.  That’s not a good sign, is it?

This means that 1 in 7 women in the WORLD are obese!  In a study with nearly 500,000 participants, it was discovered that coping patterns accounted for many of the problems.

BMI For Women

These are the 5 coping patterns that were shown to lead to greater levels of obesity:

  • Emotional eating
  • Self-scrutinizing
  • Persistent procrastination
  • People pleasing
  • Doubtful dieting

How about it ladies, do you fall into one or more of these patterns?  The answer is “yes” if your body mass index is well over 30.

Some experts say your BMI Index number isn’t as important at lower levels, but when it goes past 30 your obesity health risks begin to get more serious.

For example high blood sugar symptoms begin appearing such as:

  • Urinating frequently especially at night
  • Having blurry vision
  • Developing a dry mouth
  • Becoming thirsty all the time
  • Having dry, itchy skin
  • Experiencing fatigue or drowsiness
  • Having an increased appetite

After a couple hours of developing these symptoms, you are also likely to get dehydrated.  This will lead to:

  • Having difficulty breathing
  • Becoming dizzy when standing up
  • Becoming drowsy and confused
  • Heading into a coma or unconsciousness

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