How Doctors Are Making You Fat

Now that it’s the day after New Years, many of you likely made a resolution to lose weight. I’m not going to go into any detail about what you should eat or how you should exercise, since that’s not my area of expertise. What I can say is that poor sleep in general will promote weight gain. It’s also known that sleep deprivation will cause cravings for sugary, starchy, salty and fatty foods. Gaining weight will promote obstructive sleep apnea. Lack of energy and exercise will further enhance more weight gain, and the vicious cycle continues. 

However, one important aspect of weight gain (or not being able to lose weight) is the importance of prescription medications. I wrote a post a few months ago on 7 common prescription medications that can cause weight gain. I think it’s important to take a look at it again. Check to see if any of the medications that you’re taking is on this list. 

If you’ve gained significant weight since taking any of these medications, please tell me your story in the comments section below.

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