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waist Etymology, origin and meaning of waist by etymonline.
late 14c, middle" part of the body, also part" of a garment fitted for the waist, portion of a garment that covers the waist" but, due to fashion styles, often above or below it, probably from Old English wæst growth, hence, where" the body grows, from Proto-Germanic wahs-tu- source also of Old English wæstm, Old Norse vöxtr, Swedish växt, Old High German wahst growth, increase, Gothic wahstus stature, Old English weaxan to" grow" see wax v, from PIE wegs-, extended form of root aug- 1 to" increase."
Waist definition and meaning Collins English Dictionary.
If you have trouble reaching the door handle, then the high waist will eat you for brunch. Times, Sunday Times 2011. So his dresses define the waist, add drama with a train and have buckets of allure thanks to his judicious use of sheer fabrics.
Shorts For Women Denim, High-Waisted Cargo H&M GB.
Bermuda shorts 40. Cycling shorts 101. Dungaree shorts 3. Paper bag 5. Straight leg 5. Quick dry 17. Round neck 3. Square neckline 3. Short sleeve 3. High waist 407. Low waist 42. Regular waist 111. Ultra high waist 1.
Waist Size Matters Obesity Prevention Source Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
The two most common ways to measure abdominal obesity are waist circumference and waist size compared to hip size, also known as the waist-to-hip ratio. Several organizations have defined cut-points for abdominal obesity around one or both of these measurements, with different cut-points for men and women see table.
Waist size may be a predictor of life expectancy - Mayo Clinic.
For women, those with a 37-inch 94centimeter waist had an 80 percent higher risk of death than did women with a 27.5-inch 70-centimeter waist. A large waist circumference is a red flag for excessive abdominal fat, which is associated with obesity-related conditions, such as type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, high triglycerides, high blood pressure and coronary artery disease.
Keep the size of your waist to less than half of your height, updated NICE draft guideline recommends News and features News NICE.
A waist measurement of more than half of a person's' height, is an indication of greater risk. Young people should be encouraged to seek advice about weight management, and sensitively supported to lower their risk of developing these conditions, and to improve overall health and wellbeing.
Waist Circumference an overview ScienceDirect Topics. ScienceDirect.
In individuals with a BMI above 35 kg/m 2, a waist circumference does not confer additional disease risk and therefore it is not necessary to measure waist circumference in patients with BMI 35 kg/m 2. High risk is defined by a waist circumference 40 inches 102 cm for men and 35 inches 88 cm for women 6.
Measure your waist not your weight Evergreen Life.
Most simply, a mans health is at risk if his waist is more than 94cm 37 inches, and a womans shouldnt go above 80cm 31.5 inches to avoid health complications. But youll get a more specific range if you compare your waist against another measurement.:
How Is Waist Measured? When to Measure, Health Affect How to Reduce.
Research has found that adults with a large waist size are at a higher risk of dying early premature death than those with normal waist size. As per a study that observed data from 650,000, adults, higher waist size can considerably reduce a persons life expectancy.

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