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Releasing Stressors to Lose Weight

Jan 3, 2012 1:11:30 PM / by staff

Having a stress disorder in Rochester can make many different areas of your life incredibly difficult. Stress and unnecessary burdens can make it difficult to lose weight or even maintain weight loss, and can also affect other aspects of your health. Many people dealing with stress focus more on coping mechanisms and ways that they can deal with their stress and ignore the possible ways to relieve their stress and overcome their fears and anxieties. Here are a few tips to relieve stress so that you can begin living a healthier and happier lifestyle.

Realistic Expectations: Having goals and ambitions in life and for weight loss is wonderful. However, by creating lofty and ambitious goals, we can feel burdened and stressed. Instead of beating yourself for not losing as much weight as expected or not following a diet plan exactly, focus on the positive changes and progress that has been made. Set realistic expectations that are challenging but manageable in order to see the most results.

Put Yourself First: Many people who struggle with weight loss are people who tend to put others first. Parents might put the preferences of the children over their healthy meal plan. Husbands might choose to spend time on the couch with their wife rather than hitting the gym. In order to be successful and lose weight it is vital to put yourself first in some situations. Make it clear that your health needs are a priority in the family or group of friends.

Managing your stress can be a daunting task, but with the help of professionals you can learn to release stress and begin to feel the benefits of weight loss and an overall healthier lifestyle.

Tags: Behavioral Health, Weight Loss

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