There is a misconception that if you’re big, your weight problem can be solved through liposuction. Liposuction is intended for spot reduction rather than the whole body, although it can be done. Patients who are wrongly chosen for whole body liposuction may look trim but the intra-abdominal fat (fat from the stomach to the colon) was not addressed. That still has to be melted through diet and exercise.
Motivation in women are most likely being swayed by a testimony in a TV show. Men on the other hand, are motivated by medical reasons such as family history of health problems, ailments, or prevention.
Health Professional follows the five principles in their program. They are looking into the mental framework and personality of the patient first. Studies have shown that there are specific personalities for whom weight-loss strategy will be successful. People whose strengths are orderliness and punctuality have higher chances of weight loss. It makes sense to implement the rules and portion control. Patients who fail to follow the program attribute to lack of discipline. Instead, appetite suppressants are recommended to control the hunger and to kick-start the weight reduction. Mentoring the person helps to monitor weight-loss strategies.
The next step is to look for hidden causes of weight gain that not only include the physiological makeup, such as nocturnal eating syndrome where a patient can’t sleep unless he has a midnight snack and it’s usually high in sugar and carbohydrates. For this instance, dietitians recommends fat blockers and non-invasive technology to speed up the process. On diet, smaller, frequent meals prevent hunger, but keep the energy levels up and prevent food scavenging, a cause for overeating.
Patients on a diet, lose as much as 10% of their body weight. But on any diet program, it is strongly recommended to have aerobic activities such as brisk walking for 30-45 minutes thrice a week, treadmills, rowing, or spinning classes.