If you’re struggling with your weight, think back to how you put on the extra pounds. Actually, think about “when” you gained them. Was it a slow a steady gain, or a periodic jump? Did it correspond with a certain time of the year? Was it mostly a side effect of the holidays? Your birthday? Vacations? Tax season (for accountants), or exam time (for students)?
Relapse prevention II: Tips for maintaining a healthy weight
As we discussed in our last blog post, if you are currently in the process of trying to lose weight, you need to start thinking about how you will maintain the healthy weight once you get there. If you have previously lost weight and regained it, what will be different this time so that the weight stays off?
How to prevent relapse and gaining your weight back: Becoming less “fragile”
Many people lose weight but remain “fragile” in the sense of being at risk for regaining the weight. This article explores the reasons for this fragility, and ways to help you prevent relapse.
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