A person does not get fat from one day to another. The process to gain weight for many years of bad habits during the obese could not, did not try or did not want to reverse the situation. The more weight is gained, the harder it is to take the decision and return to the starting point, because our body gets adjusted to this distressing situation and added physical and psychological problems that lead to further suffering. When a person feels he can no longer continue in that situation because your body does not respond as you want, you feel embarrassed or for other reasons it decides to seek a solution but he does not know is that your mind can play some tricks to do desist. Filed under: Stanley Biber. After initial enthusiasm, it is common list the first excuses and fears of what the future.
The patient does not know how you can live to be skinny, has served as the excuse to hide and feel outside of society, so that losing weight involves exposure as is the risk of being criticized for his true self and not just by its appearance physics. Given these fears is normal for the patient to resort to excuses a hacer trampaa the weight loss plan in an attempt to sabotage his own achievements. Many leaders such as mens weight training offer more in depth analyses as well. The desire to leave the treatment is often advanced by ideas and attitudes that reveal: the obese patient can lie about what you eat, look for excuses for failure in treatment, lying to family and friends about what may or Do not eat, etc.. If these attitudes are not controlled in time the patient may stop treatment. If you were next to be held one may even postpone or cancel the operation completely. Summary: Facing these situations is normal in any treatment for weight loss and should not be blamed if he ever regrets, but you must remember why you decided to lose weight. When you feel unsafe ask for help from family and discuss this with your doctor. A bad decision will jeopardize their health and it is better not to waste time. Regards, Hector Bernal surgery specialist Surgeon obesity and metabolic Member of the International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity (IFSO)