Lose 10 Lbs

Lose 10 lbs! This sounds like the average goal of weight losers! The Internet abounds in tips and suggestions on how to get fit within a short period of time. People need fast solutions, or a quick-fix to the weight problem, however, it could take a month or two for 10 pounds weight loss. At least this is the risk-free approach to diet, given that more rapid weight loss could have very serious consequences for your health. Do not purchase products that promise rapid weight loss without any effort. They are either dangerous or they don’t tell you the whole truth.

You can’t lose 10 lbs just by dieting or by using supplements; regular and intense physical activity, proper hydration, good night rest and a balance in the stress level are of paramount importance for the success of your endeavor. Moreover, for the permanence of results, you should go for the root of the problem and fix it. I’ll give just one example here of a possible cause for weight gain, other than the high caloric intake. I’m talking about emotional eating. People who feel dissatisfied or depressed because of a poor love life or professional failure, tend to compensate for their disappointment by binging.

This is the kind of person that would wake up at night to eat, and will too often indulge in self-treats. Moreover, emotional instability makes dieting difficult, because such people often lack willpower and therefore will not follow the initial plan. The moment they feel depressed, they eat. Without help to solve the real problem, chances to lose 10 lbs and keep them away for good are pretty low. Lots of support and attention is required to help such people. And family plays the most important part here! Friends and health groups could also substitute family support.

Genetic predisposition, chronic disease or hormonal imbalances could also make weight loss difficult. You won’t be able to lose 10 lbs unless you solve the health problem first. Medical tests are often required when people experience sudden weight gain. The general practitioner should be able to guide you when it comes to food choices, but he/she may also refer you further to another expert to look further into your health problem. Nutritious meals, physical activity and healthy living principles apply no matter your condition or fitness level. Stick by those and you’ll see improvement in your life sooner than expected!

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