Did you know that the abandonment of the diet is more related to psychological factors?
Those who quit the diet; because they are tired of the psychology of being on a diet, because they are not satisfied with the speed of weight loss, because they can not get rid of the guilt of their escapades and because they think that the job has already been done, they may have stopped dieting.
So how do we avoid these psychological factors?
It should be ensured that the dieter knows what he will gain along with the pounds he has lost.
No matter how many pounds are lost, each weight loss in overweight individuals allows you to get one step closer to a healthy weight.
It is not right to see the diet as just a better perception of weight and body. It should not be ignored that possible chronic diseases are decoupled with the given weight.
One of the emotional problems dieters face is the thought of being forced to diet. Compliance with the diet and the success rate will increase in people who do not consider the process a necessity and think of it as a healthy lifestyle.
One should not try to be perfect.
Even the person who adapts most to the diet and has the least amount of escapades can make many mistakes. Every person has bad days, and stress, insomnia, fatigue experienced during these times also affect nutrition. Even if it’s not a bad day, some getaways may need to be done at some times, or a good environment for a diet may not be captured in that second at that moment.
In the process of dieting, no one is perfect, and not being perfect should not affect the course of the diet, disrupting psychology. Situations that do not go perfectly do not prevent the success of the main goal. Because through mistakes, a person learns and develops himself.
Remember, you are already perfect with your right and wrong.
Diet should not be considered a race. If there is going to be a race, it should be more successful than it was the day before.
Everyone’s metabolic rate, movement during the day, lifestyle, stress level, etc., is different. These factors affect the speed of a person’s weight loss. Being in a race with other people’s weight loss rates is another factor that negatively affects psychology. From time to time, the melting of fats used as an important source of energy in our body ceases to be a condition that the body will want. At such times, the rate of weight loss slows down. When we consider the diet as a race, there is a demoralization during such periods of pause, which negatively affects weight loss. A vicious circle can be entered into.
Viewing the diet as a way of life, not a race, will help reduce worries and make happier.