Depends how much your moving about. If you are motionless, maximum would be 5. If you are shifting position, between 5 and 20.
A 140 lb person burns 64 calories doing nothing in 1 hour
coexist in bed
NO. How can it burn calories? Skin tanning is a chemical reaction between electromagnetic waves just beyond the visible spectrum of light and our skin, whereas the burning of calories requires carbohydrates and oxygen contained in our blood stream to interact with each other. They do this in our muscle tissues thereby setting mechanical energy free. This means if you want to burn calories, you must perform physical work, it is as simple as that.
No such thing, a bmr is a basic metabloic rate which determines if you stay in bed all day how many calories you burn. Mine was 1998.4, get out and exercise bmr doesn't matter as long as you have healthy exercise habits
I am not sure by just breathing. But your body does use calories by just living (it takes calories to run your body). In order to do this, you can look up a Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) calculator. This is the amount of calories you burn just lying in bed all day. Add walking and other activities into the mix and you are burning more calories than the BMR calculates.
How many calories one burns at rest depends on what their basal (and/or resting) metabolic rate would be. BMR/RMR calculations depend on height, weight, lean muscle to fat ratios, fitness level, age, gender, etc. A female* who is 5'5, 125#, and 21 years of age has a BMR of approx. 1405.55 calories. *A male with the same stats: 1527.45 calories. A male** who is 6', 175#, and 21 years of age has a BMR of approx. 1927.85 calories. **A female with the same stats: 1655.95 calories.
Your BMI means body mass index and it shows you how much of your body mass i. but your bmr is how many calories you'd burn if yo stayed in bed all day doing nothing but sleeping
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not many. if ur sitting around doing nothing for an hour, and you're awake, a man usually burns anywhere from 80-180 calories, depending on size, weight metbolism etc. the average adult male burns around 125 calories per hour while sedentary, whereas a girl who sits around for an hour on that same couch gets cheated by evolution and only burns around 80-100 calories. While asleep it goes down to around 65-95 an hour, depending on sex, height, metabolism. average man, probably 75 asleep, average girl, probably around the same. from what i have heard you burn more fat when sleeping then you do just sitting awake in one place
It's time to burn the sheets and the bed.
Exercise before you go to bed