Your rapid, excessive, unexplained weight gain can be a symptom of a disease or disorder. Or your unintentional condition for being overweight can be an evidential symptom for something else.
The “something else” is ofttimes habitually eating too much or not exercising enough. Other lifestyle choices that can create the visible symptom of gaining weight are:
A rapid, excessive or unintentional weight gain can be an appearance symptom for disease or condition, like:
- pituitary tumor
- Cushing syndrome
- Hashimoto’s disease
- alcoholic liver disease
- pancreatic islet cell tumor
- polycystic ovary syndrome
Certain drugs may be your cause for unexplained gaining weight and growing into an overweight status, such as:
Emotions may play a role toward your increased weight or condition of overweight, like:
Perhaps the most overused excuse for weight gain is the metabolism blame. In actuality, very few young folks suffer from a slow metabolism. However, expect a progressively slower metabolism as you age. Dietary and exercise adjustments help to counteract this natural energy use reduction.
Pay your health care professional a visit if your rapid, excessive, unintentional weight gain is accompanied by:
- hair loss
- swollen feet
- vision changes
- cold sensitivity
- shortness of breath
- chronic constipation
- out of control hunger with palpitations, tremors, sweating
Inexplicable, rapid and excessive fluid retention can be a major weight gain causer. And this health concern should be medically evaluated ASAP.