Friday, March 9, 2007

Change your mindset

Repetition of acts is how habits are formed. Eating is a habit that we form. If we eat snacks in front of the TV it becomes an unconscious habit and all other eating habits are formed in the same way. Some of the common habits we have are: eating when reading, eating when you come from outside or eating whilst cooking.

Certain moods of ours also make us eat even when we are not hungry. These moods can be that of: anger, boredom, exhaustion, happiness, solitude, when house work is finally over for the day, nervousness, any problem or anxiety and many other situations that may trigger off the desire or need to eat. All these habits are hard to break.

So what we really need to do is to break these habits and replace them with new ones, ones that will do us good. Everyday is a new day and so everyday we must make new commitments and work upon these repeatedly till they form into habits. Work on these irrespective of the desire to do so or not. Change is not easy but practice makes perfect so every time you resist something you succeed. Once you are firm with yourself you will succeed everyday.

Because we are all human and fallible, experts have to deal with the weight control groups with behaviour modification or changing the mindset. To help you do this, here are a few good habits which may help you to change your mindset and so your former eating habits.

Good eating habits include:

1) Reduce to three meals a day. Add two or three planned snacks everyday.

2) Take time to eat: chew your food slowly.
3) Avoid eating everywhere, all the time. Make a particular place your eating joint.

4) Concentrate on and enjoy your meal whenever you eat.
5) Try and keep snack foods out of sight.

6) Avoid junk food. This is unhealthy for you.
7) Try not to stack food on the table but serve individually from the kitchen.

8) Serve yourself with small helpings on a small plate.

9) Try and decrease the food intake till you can stop overeating.

Visit your Doctor and let him decide your diet, behaviour and exercise therapy for you. He can suggest taking Acomplia Diet Pills which are Prescription Pills.

Acomplia has also been found to reduce or decrease appetite by stopping the hunger signals from reaching the brain.

Changing your mindset is modifying behaviour and all these habits are to help you achieve that. Substitute activities for eating erratically i.e. to take a walk, drink water, take a bath, call a friend, stay away from the kitchen, write a letter or read a book. You can also find hobbies like painting, gardening, sports, music etc to keep yourself occupied and away from “food” thoughts! So change your habits, be good to yourself and follow your Doctor closely.

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