Why Do I Vacillate Between Weights So Much? 

For many, this journey is marked by periods of progress followed by setbacks, leaving one to wonder, "Why do I vacillate between weights so much?" 

The answer lies in a complex interplay of various factors, both physiological and psychological. 

Firstly, water retention plays a significant role in weight fluctuations. 

Our bodies can retain water for numerous reasons, including hormonal fluctuations, high sodium intake, or even changes in weather.  

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This retention can lead to noticeable shifts on the scale, often causing frustration when progress seems to stall.  

Understanding that these fluctuations are temporary can alleviate some of the anxiety associated with them. 

Following a restrictive diet followed by a period of indulgence can lead to fluctuations in weight as the body responds to changes in calorie intake.  

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