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Emotional rollercoaster

Sunday, January 10, 2016

The ups and downs with my weight is emotionally draining. Some days i love the scale, other days i want to throw it in the garbage. I have been weighing first thing in the am, always at the same time. Numbers are all over the place. I even recaliberated my scale.
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  • CHRISTINALOVES
    HEY BREE- hope you are doing well.
    1352 days ago
  • LINDAK25
    Maybe you should weigh once a week?
    1943 days ago
  • CARLYNSPLACE
    Hum my dr told me to weight first thing in morn nothing on if u gaining weight it may be fluid i have to take at least two fluid pills a week it depends on your food and if u had a bowl movement also weight you once a week that might be better for you
    1944 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/10/2016 8:47:51 PM
  • SEAJESS
    emoticon Normal body weight fluctuates a lot. Remember that a liter of water weighs 2.2 pounds; salt can cause you to retain that amount and more over a few days.

    You'll learn what your normal fluctuations are and stick to your path because you KNOW you are on a downward path that just happens to have ups and downs. But the downs will outweigh the ups.

    Also, it helps to have some non-scale goals to feel good about. Steps per day, within your calorie range, etc.

    emoticon
    1944 days ago
  • no profile photo NEPARN1
    Our body weight can fluctuate related to our digestion, food consumed and exercise, and life stress. I weigh in one day a week. My coach to today reminded me that slow and steady loses the weight. Hang in there.
    1944 days ago
  • HOKIEBRAD
    dont let the scale get you down. I try to only weigh myself every 3-4 days. It's hard at first but once you can go a day or two without weighing you can start concentrating on other things
    1944 days ago
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