If you ask someone obese or overweight if he or she wants to lose weight, chances are, that someone will answer in the affirmative. But when you ask how, that’s where the problem comes in. Weight loss is something that many people want but hardly achieve. And this may be due to a lack of will, a wrong method, or simply a lack of knowledge on how to do things right.
Weight Loss Options
Obesity and overweight are caused by various factors: lifestyle, hereditary, diet, medical condition, etc. This fact makes long-term weight loss extremely hard to achieve. Even short-term weight loss is not that easy as it sounds.
There are surely lots of weight loss options around. If you surf the internet, you’ll see countless of articles on how to lose weight, as well as various weight loss products with fantastic claims. While some of these methods work, be warned that some don’t. The most common weight loss options include diet and exercise program, non-surgical treatment, and surgical options.
Diet and Exercise
Perhaps the most common way to lose weight is through lifestyle changes. These involve exercise programs, certain physical activities, and dietary intake. This method takes a lot of hard work, discipline, and dedication. One wrong move and you will regain the weight you lost in a weeks or months’ time. If you choose to go this path, do it in such a way that you don’t compromise your health.
The most common non-surgical option for weight loss is diet pills. Many people resort to this method. While diet pills work, it must be taken only as prescribed to be effective. It is also best coupled with a healthy lifestyle and dietary changes. With the demands in these kinds of drugs, more and more companies release diet pills, many of which have not gone through the proper test and approval. To be safe, only take pills that are recommended by a reliable and knowledgeable professional.
People who have the budget and who can stomach the thought of going under the needle resort to surgery. There are various forms of surgery for weight loss. The common weight loss surgeries include Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, Laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding, sleeve gastrectomy, and biliopancreatic diversion with duodenal switch. However, as in all surgeries, these surgical options may present risks. There are various factors that could affect the result of the surgery: weight, medical history, age, and the like. For this reason, there are people who shy away from this weight loss option.
The problem with many weight loss options that they only lose your weight; they don’t reduce the fat. Losing weight is not automatically losing fat. And if you want to lose weight, it’s best that you lose your fat too.
With this in mind, CoolSculpting is your best option. It is both a weight loss option and a fat reduction treatment. It is a fat-freezing procedure that uses approved and controlled cooling techniques in eliminating stubborn fat. The thing about stubborn fat is that they don’t go away despite diet, exercise and other weight loss option. However, in CoolSculpting, these fats are removed, resulting in a more sculpted and lighter version of yourself.
Another great thing about CoolSculpting is that it is non-surgical. This makes it perfect for people who are afraid to go into surgery. The process is also natural, so it is perfectly safe. Not to mention that it is the only FDA-approved non-surgical fat reduction treatment.
Here in Valbuena Wellness, we don’t just help you lose weight, we target your overall wellness. By offering CoolSculpting and other options, we help our patients achieve body and mind wellness.
Get started on your wellness journey. Make an appointment with Valbuena Wellness today.