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    i do stair climber fasted first thing in the morning, but like your idea too

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    yesterday was leg day which i love, so sore this morning, today back to chest, went from 168 to 165, talked to my couch and i was told to add 2 oz of carbs to every meal

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    the extra carbs have helped my weight has gone back up, going to revisit diet again in two weeks, youg guys who read this and i hope the older guys agree, drugs are everything, diet is a ton, your body composition can change based on what and when you eat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodguy19064 View Post
    My wife and I have noticed everytime my weight goes up even alittle when Im this heavy i snore and breath very heavy. anyone else like this?
    https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-...s/syc-20377631

    Obstructive sleep apnea

    Factors that increase the risk of this form of sleep apnea include:

    • Excess weight. Obesity greatly increases the risk of sleep apnea. Fat deposits around your upper airway can obstruct your breathing.
    • Neck circumference. People with thicker necks might have narrower airways.
    • A narrowed airway. You might have inherited a narrow throat. Tonsils or adenoids also can enlarge and block the airway, particularly in children.
    • Being male. Men are two to three times more likely to have sleep apnea than are women. However, women increase their risk if they're overweight, and their risk also appears to rise after menopause.
    • Being older. Sleep apnea occurs significantly more often in older adults.
    • Family history. Having family members with sleep apnea might increase your risk.
    • Use of alcohol, sedatives or tranquilizers. These substances relax the muscles in your throat, which can worsen obstructive sleep apnea.
    • Smoking. Smokers are three times more likely to have obstructive sleep apnea than are people who've never smoked. Smoking can increase the amount of inflammation and fluid retention in the upper airway.
    • Nasal congestion. If you have difficulty breathing through your nose ? whether from an anatomical problem or allergies ? you're more likely to develop obstructive sleep apnea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TJ Cline View Post
    https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-...s/syc-20377631

    Obstructive sleep apnea

    Factors that increase the risk of this form of sleep apnea include:

    • Excess weight. Obesity greatly increases the risk of sleep apnea. Fat deposits around your upper airway can obstruct your breathing.
    • Neck circumference. People with thicker necks might have narrower airways.
    • A narrowed airway. You might have inherited a narrow throat. Tonsils or adenoids also can enlarge and block the airway, particularly in children.
    • Being male. Men are two to three times more likely to have sleep apnea than are women. However, women increase their risk if they're overweight, and their risk also appears to rise after menopause.
    • Being older. Sleep apnea occurs significantly more often in older adults.
    • Family history. Having family members with sleep apnea might increase your risk.
    • Use of alcohol, sedatives or tranquilizers. These substances relax the muscles in your throat, which can worsen obstructive sleep apnea.
    • Smoking. Smokers are three times more likely to have obstructive sleep apnea than are people who've never smoked. Smoking can increase the amount of inflammation and fluid retention in the upper airway.
    • Nasal congestion. If you have difficulty breathing through your nose ? whether from an anatomical problem or allergies ? you're more likely to develop obstructive sleep apnea.
    Helpful stuff!

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    so after adding carbs my weight has gone back up and i have also thinned out a bit, i having reading a bunch and talking to my coach about diet and actually absorbing the nutrients that we eat and getting the best use out of what we eat not just eat eat eat. im now taking with every meal and cinnamon supplement helps with metabolism as well as apple cider vinegar. also probiotics. guys name of the game is food, but if you eating nothing out of the food whats the point?

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