Joycare Mechanical Bathroom Scale - Jc-291 - 1 Device
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- JOYCARE MECHANICAL BATHROOM SCALE JC-291
- BATHROOM SCALE
- Joycare mechanical bathroom scale
- It is a bathroom scale used to track weight for people who restrict their diet and want to monitor the weight loss process.
- It can also be used for ordinary people or anyone who would like to know and monitor his weight.
- Joycare mechanical bathroom scale does not use for commercial purposes.
- Tolerates weights up to 150 kg.
- Graduated for every 500 grams
- Wide nonslipping base.
- Joycare mechanical bathroom scale is Easy To Use.
Instructions for use/ How to Use
- Choose your unit of weight (kg-pounds).
- Place the scale on a stable flat surface.
- Press the scale two or three times before use.
- Set the scale to zero from the rotary button.
- Stand on the scale precisely to ensure that bodyweight is distributed across the scale.
- The scale is cleaned with a cloth dampened in water without allowing water to enter the scale.
- Do not use chemicals to clean the device.
- Obesity is an increase in the proportion of fatty tissue than the normal limit when compared to the total body weight.
- The diagnosis of obesity is done by using a body mass index (BMI), an index that measures weight compared to height, and if a value greater than 30 the person is considered obese.
- Obesity is one of the most common medical conditions and is the leading cause of heart disease, blood pressure, diabetes, and hyperlipidemia.
Causes of obesity:
- Increased calorie consumption
- Some genetic factors
- Some medical conditions and diseases may lead to obesity.
- Obesity is diagnosed by a BMI that gives a numerical value based on a weight-to-height comparison
- Body mass index values can be explained as follows
- Normal weight: (18-24)
- Overweight: (25-29)
- First grade obesity: (30-34)
- Second grade obesity: (35-39)
- If the value of the index is more than 40, this means that the person suffers from severe obesity.
- Obesity, in which fat is concentrated around the abdomen, is considered the most dangerous type of obesity, as it is linked to diabetes and stroke.
- A healthy diet and reduced calorie intake.
- Doing sports.
- Using some medications and supplements that help you lose weight.
- In cases of severe obesity, the doctor may resort to the use of surgical interventions.