Top 4 Mental/Social Habits of Successful Weight Loss Surgery People

Top 4 Mental/Social Habits of Successful Weight Loss Surgery People

People That have Successful Weight Loss Surgery Let Their Brain Take Over

Successful weight loss surgery takes time and consistency. After somewhere between 15 and 30 conscious repetitions, your brain throws a switch. It begins to automate that thing that you did. Have you ever caught yourself doing some repetitive task or chore, without even thinking about it? Your brain has noticed that you do a particular thing, a particular way, at a particular time. So it automates the process. Use this to your advantage. Exercise on the same days, at the same time. Your conscious effort quickly becomes unconscious habit, and when combined with the next tip, begins to automatically deliver maximum results.

The successful WLS People Socialize Their Physical Fitness

You’ll have a better chance at a successful weight loss surgery and  reaching your fitness goals when the people around you have similar desires. In 1943 Abraham Maslow published a groundbreaking paper in Psychological Review. Titled “A Theory of Human Motivation”, Maslow identified what he called the Human Hierarchy of Needs.

Above safety and even physical requirements for human survival, Maslow noted that human beings have a compelling desire to be a part of a group. Surround yourself with people who are fitter than you, and socialize with them. This simple act can mean all the difference in the world.

They Do Not Beat Themselves up When They Miss an Exercise Session Or Eat a Cheeseburger

Hey, pizza happens. So does missing a workout. And you know what? It is not the end of the world. When you mentally bash yourself for not sticking to your routine, you slowly begin to resent your fitness efforts. That makes them subconsciously easier to avoid.

You are only human, and besides, you need to indulge a bit from time to time. Don’t kick yourself when you fall out of the saddle. Just get back on the horse.

They Do Not Beat Themselves up When They Miss an Exercise Session Or Eat a Cheeseburger

Instead of micromanaging just their eating habits or exercise or lifestyle, those the find themselves getting fitter and healthier focus on making small, gradual changes in everything. They know that positively impacting their heart health, physical and mental fitness is a lifestyle approach that is impacted positively or negatively by everything they do everyday. And don’t get too hung up on your goal weight either.