Do you experience uncontrolled gluttony attacks? Don't ignore it, go to the doctor's!
Perhaps you suffer from binge-eating disorder! Similarly to anorexia, bulimia or other eating disorders, this one needs treating. If the periods of uncontrolled eating are very sudden and are accompanied by losing consciousness, specialist's help is compulsory!
Are you older than 30? Take care of your lipids profile!
It occurs, that lipids problems affect younger people, what's more, you don't have to be overweight to have such problems. When you are older than 30, you have to check your lipids profile regularly. You can get the referral from your family doctor or you can also it privately. Lipids metabolism disorder is linked with circulatory system diseases.
Do you want to improve recovery? Sleep longer!
The best recovery remedy is not BCAA, glutamine, HMB or ZMA, but sleep. Long, not interrupted and in appropriate conditions. It is hard to recover after hard training if you sleep 4, 5 or 6 hours. The best sleep length is about 8 hour per day, however it is good to sleep even longer from time to time. Unfortunately, many active people neglect sleep, going to long-night parties, sitting late in front of a computer, sleeping with the lights or a TV on. This way the recovery time is a problem and the progress is slower.
Do you want to boost your metabolism - eat more!
If you use slimming diets in a long term, slowing down the metabolism is its inevitable consequence. Although there are supposed to be many methods which would boost the metabolism, one of the best solutions is definitely - increasing the energy supply. It is sometimes enough to stop the slimming diet for a few days and enhance the calories amount of your menu to obtain a satisfying effect in a form of speeding up the metabolism.
Are you afraid of the yo-yo effect? Use common sense when dieting!
People who use "instant diets" from full-colour newspapers and magazines or base their diet on their friends' or their own ideas, are prone to the yo-yo effect, which means coming back to the previous weight after finishing the diet. The alternative to the unwise reduction programmes is the rational approach, which introduces gradual change of eating habits for better as well as having consultation with diet and training specialists and other experienced people.