5 Psychological Reasons Explaining Why People Don’t Lose Weight Even With Exercises and Diets

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Sometimes a person does a lot of exercising, sticks to a strict diet, and doesn’t have any health problems, but they are still unable to lose weight. Do you know why? Because it’s beneficial.

Petial.com put together 5 major psychological barriers that hinder us from losing unwanted weight despite a healthy diet and regular training. cool stuff, cool stuff

5. Being overweight is beneficial!

Yes, it is beneficial because we can relate our problems to being overweight:

  • No soul mate?
  • Dream job still far away?
  • Unreachable life goals?

It’s very convenient to blame being overweight on our problems because if there were no problems, it would be obvious that the reasons for our problems are inside us. Of course, no one wants to be disappointed with themselves, and that is exactly why our weight doesn’t diminish, even if we regularly visit the gym. Our subconscious doesn’t let it happen. cool stuff, cool stuff

4. It’s a great excuse for our own laziness.

We all like to put things off until the next day, month, or year. People who are overweight like to postpone their plans until the next life — when they are thin and slim. It’s a great excuse: “I want to learn how to dance, but I can’t because I’m overweight. When I lose weight, then I will start training every day, and I will become the star of all the parties. You’ll all be jealous! But so far, thank goodness, I don’t need to train so hard. So I’ll just jog a bit in the evening and go to bed with a peaceful mind.” cool stuff, cool stuff

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