I have the same question, how is it possible to weigh more in the morning than at bedtime. It isn't logical to me that I can gain weight while sleeping. Does anyone have an explanation for this.
Happened to me too all I can think of is water weight the water shifts all the time we are probably dehydrated at night so our body holds onto the little bit of water and bloats us when we weigh in the AM
It happened to me this morning. I weighed 1.8 pounds more this morning than I did before going to bed. I don't get it. I get up at 5:30 every morning and workout for 1 hour. I did an extra workout before bed last night. Could this be why the weight gain?????
This happened to me. Also I just started an low-carb diet that involves eating lots of fruits and vegetables with intense exercise (ex: Running 8-10 kms in 40-60mins)
I was looking into the same thing. I've noticed recently that I'm weighing more in the morning after going to the bathroom, then I did just before I went to bed. I read someone's idea about the gravitational pull of the moon, and I'm thinking that this makes sense. If the moon can cause the tides to go in and out, and I've heard that when there are full moons there are higher numbers of women going into labor, maybe it can explain this weight difference. One to two pounds makes a big difference when you are struggling to lose weight, and you'd expect to see a bigger loss when you wake up after losing some more water weight when you go to the bathroom. So when you see a weight gain instead, it's a disappointment. But maybe this will explain it...