What’s the obesity breakdown this week? Fighting obesity is a daily challenge. In this breakdown we’ll learn the impacts of obesity and mental health.
As more people become obese it’s important to look at the obesity epidemic from different perspectives. Due to coronavirus precautions people are more isolated for longer periods of time, so maintaining your mental health is super important. This is why we want to talk about mental health and it’s relationship with obesity during this pandemic.
We already know that sugar consumption won’t directly lead to obesity however you can prevent developing cardiovascular diseases by consuming less and less sugar. Now think about your favorite comfort food and how easy it is to overeat especially when you’re not feeling your best. Remember how tough times are for some people right now and understand that the whole world is facing a new challenge that none of us have experienced before.
Some people don’t have access to gyms, some people are out of jobs and don’t have enough to consistently buy healthy food, and some people are just lonely right now. And for these reasons it’s easy to get off your diet and fall back into unhealthy habits. This is why it’s so important to keep your mental health a priority so that you can continue to have good and healthy habits.
With conventional beauty standards rising by the day self love is so important right now. When you don’t cater to your mental health and your sanity it’s easy to rely on comfort food to make you feel better… fight that urge. Your physical and mental health are everything especially during these times. Remember to them a priority!
Remember to consult your physician to see how you can manage your weight and how COVID-19 may impact you.
This was the obesity break this week!