Weight Loss Leads To Self Improvement And Confidence


While December is the time for feasting, January is when you start with your new year's resolution, which mostly will be weight loss. A lot of people will begin their weight loss program with diet and exercise. You will find the full list here on steps to reduce back fat through diet, regular exercise, and lifestyle changes. Along with weight loss, we also fail at health and emotional well being. It can be challenging for many to keep up with our promise to lose weight. The type of resolution keeps differing fronts from generation to generation but losing that extra five kilos has always been the most common one. Today people feel that improving their body will improve their inner self.

Being body positive is less common. People are more interested in getting the exterior positive outlook to feel more confident and beautiful. But this attitude can be damaging. If one doesn’t get the desired output, it will lead to dissatisfaction and low self-esteem. This will prevent you from being the achiever you want to be. The belief that you need to look a certain type, or have a certain body type will help you succeed in life can be very wrong. It can lead you to live a dissatisfied life.

Exercise can reduce your weight but it can also make you feel good, positive, and energetic. But nobody gives this a thought. A lot of people feel that looking beautiful can make you feel better. There is a set standard of beauty that makes the younger lot care more about appearance rather than their health or inner self. It is a popular belief that good looking men and women will fare better than others. They will taste success in relationships, jobs and will have better well being. The first impression is always negative when it comes to overweight, dark people.

The harms caused due to body negativity has reached a point where it needs to be addressed as a public health issue. A person who is dissatisfied with their body can do more harm to themselves. They end up having an irregular eating disorder, physical and mental health issues, less physical activity, low self-esteem, and well being, and risky behavior. A person who is worried too much about their looks will be overly self-conscious which will lead to low performance. There is no relation between good looking and happy or attractive and successful. Your grades are not going to improve if you are beautiful or attractive.

Kids as young as three are trained to judge people by their looks and women prefer being thin rather than smart. A study reveals that after unemployment and failure in school or college, body image is the third most challenging issue faced by young people in Britain. Many feel they are not looking good enough which makes them go for dieting, exercise, and other health regimes. It is visual culture and people quickly judge you by your looks but you will have to keep in mind that how we look is not what we are.