Losing two pounds overnight is possible, but you will be losing two pounds of water weight. Well, there are ways to lose some pounds overnight making your figure absolutely divine and gorgeous. So, basically you can make yourself ready for a party. How To Lose 5 Pounds Overnight Safely & Naturally. Is it possible to lose 5 pounds or more overnight? Yes, it is and it can be done safely by naturally reducing the.
You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience. Calorie Counter Follow Us: Log In Sign Up. You are currently viewing the message boards in: Home Recent Discussions Search. OK, first let me say I am absolutely thrilled! But, VERY confused about how this all works.
Well, a couple months ago I stopped losing - no matter what I did to shake it up, the pounds were just being stubborn. I was losing inches, but the scales would not budge. Then one morning I stepped on the scale - down 4 lbs! Next morning, down another pound! And then, the scale got stuck again! April 20, 4: When I wake up in the morning I can be lbs lighter and have gained it back by the end of the day i weigh myself a lot out of curiousity. I can drop a couple pounds just taking a 2.
Sodium intake can be an issue as well. You just tend to be more dehydrated in the morning. Sodium I agree drink lots of water and track your sodium in take! Porbably just water retention. I experienced the same thing. I lost 3 pounds in a day. I dont even lose that in a week. It is just weird because I really havent been working out. I had to get off my exercise routine for 2 weeks.
SImilar happens to me. I can go weeks without a change then a couple of pounds fall off. Too many people get frustrated and give up when they hit a plateau and the key is to just keep going! This just happened to me today. I was at yesterday morning - this morning, I believe it is all the factors all of them including sodium adding up and finally balancing like a checkbook that has been up and down all week with your good eating, your bad eating, your sodium, your exercise This is water weight.
Your body cannot process 3lbs of fat loss overnight. Your body works on consistency and when it sees that your sodium intake has not been nothing but peaks and valleys it realizes that it can shed water weight and as for measurements seeming smaller but the weight not dropping that also has to do with 1 or two possible scenarios, your muscles are shedding water that is binded to glycogen as well as shedding some glycogen itself and the second scenario is muscle growth that replaces body fat weight.
April 21, 4: April 21, 2: I found this explanation helpful: Over a period of weeks, maybe months of "proper dieting", each of your fat cells may have actually lost a good percentage of the actual fat contained in those cells. But the fat cells themselves, stubborn little guys, replace that lost fat with water to retain their size. That is, instead of shrinking to match the reduced amount of fat in the cell, they stay the same size! Result - you weigh the same, look the same, maybe even gained some scale weight, even though you have actually lost some serious fat.
You lose inches but not pounds because your body plumps the fat cells. I tell them it is a complicated biochemical process that your body replaces the fat molecules with water and fluids until you exceed your bodies predetermined fluid level. Then your body will release a chemical that releases all this stored water and you get a sudden overnight loss of several pounds. Then the cycle starts over again with inches gone and the scales lag behind.
March 24, 1: That my friend, means you got a visit from what I call the "whoosh fairy". I lose weight this way sometimes as well. Google whoosh and Lyle McDonald. March 24, 2: I lost 3lbs overnight after two weeks of dieting.
July 23, Last night I dropped 5. I guess I am a big fat woosher. I weighed at night I let the digital scale reset and I moved it and weighed again to confirm. I did the same procedure this morning twice and now I am In the past I had ejected 4 pounds under the same conditions. I think it is kind of neat, but my only concern is: I believe that sleep and sleep deprivation has a lot to do with it.
Earlier in the week I was not getting much sleep but last night I took a good nights rest. Here is an article that sites a Columbia University study that found that if you only get by on 4 hrs sleep a night you are 73 percent more likely to be obese and by contrast if you average 10 hours of shut eye you are 11 percent less likely to be obese. September 6, 7: I am so glad I read this.
This is how I lose weight too. I thought it was so odd. I was the same weight for three weeks and then bam, I was five pounds lighter. November 9, 3: March 10, March 11, 2: Sign In or Register to comment.