Mostly people focus on dieting and exercising as the first option to lose weight but unfortunately it’s the wrong approach
I know how it feels like… Feeling overwhelmed by the weight, feeling unattractive, lacking self-esteem and self-confidence, all the while worrying about the extra weight, all the while worrying about what to eat and what to avoid.
You may have tried walking, jogging, gyming, dieting, herbal pills, waist belts, other nutrients and many other ways to lose weight but to your disappointment you had been losing and gaining the weight again and again. Keeping it plain and simple nothing seemed to be working for YOU!
Do you make resolutions to lose weight every once in month and you have been failing to lose weight? Researchers have looked at success rates of people’s resolutions: The first two weeks usually go along beautifully, but by the mid of the month people are backsliding. Dr. Avya Sharma of the Canadian Obesity Network say that people set unrealistic goals and expectations in their resolutions and that is the reason they fail. According to researcher John Norcross and his colleagues, who published their findings in the Journal of Clinical Psychology, approximately 50% of the population who makes resolutions each New Year and among the top resolutions are weight loss, exercise, stopping smoking, better money management and debt reduction.
The other aspect of failed resolutions lies in the cause and effect relationship. You may think that by losing weight your entire life will change and when it doesn’t, you get discouraged and then you revert back to old behaviors.
“End the Weight Loss Struggle and create a body that you like”
Now here is the thing, the secret to weight loss is driven by the unconscious patterns, beliefs, emotions, past events, and programming in your brain… Making resolutions (like losing weight) work involves changing behaviors — and in order to change a behavior, one has to change their thinking (or “rewire” their brain).