To measure whether the weight is standard, you can refer to the Body Mass Index (BMI) adopted by the World Health Organization, which is also the most commonly used index to measure the standard body in the world.
BMI uses the ratio between height and weight to measure whether a person is overweight or underweight. The calculation formula is as follows:
BMI = weight (kg) ÷ height (㎡)
There is a difference between the standard BMI of men and women. The standard BMI of men is between 20 and 25; while that of women is between 18 and 22. The World Health Group has the following definition of obesity:
Obesity: BMI = or greater than 30kg/ ㎡
Overweight: BMI is between 25.0 and 29.9 kg/㎡
Ideal (Non-overweight): BMI between 19.0 and 24.9 kg/㎡
If your BMI exceeds 30, it is medically classified as obesity, which may lead to some chronic diseases, such as high blood pressure , cardiovascular disease, hyperlipidemia, depression, etc., so be alert and actively lose weight. And after proper weight loss, the chance of suffering from the above diseases can be reduced. Therefore, countries around the world are gradually paying attention to the physical and psychological harm and economic burden brought by obesity.
In addition, if obese people lose weight, if there is no rigorous monitoring, their weight will mostly rise, so long-term control and treatment are required.