According to a person’s age, sex, and height, weight management is the process of adopting long-term lifestyle changes to maintain a healthy body weight. Healthy eating and increasing physical activity are two ways to manage your weight.
The goal of weight management is to assist each patient in achieving and maintaining the best weight possible within the parameters of their general health, line of work, and place of residence. The prevention and treatment of illnesses and disorders connected to obesity or eating disorders serve as a secondary goal. In addition to the physical issues linked to nutritional disorders.
disorders of eating
A class of psychiatric disturbances known as eating disorders is characterized by unhealthful eating patterns or weight-control techniques. A person with anorexia nervosa severely restricts their food intake, refuses to maintain healthy body weight, and expresses a great fear of gaining weight. Binge eating episodes followed by attempts to avoid gaining weight from the food by abusing laxatives
Control the Environment in Your Home
Eat nothing while working on the computer, reading, cooking, talking on the phone, or standing in front of the refrigerator. Don’t buy tempting foods; keep them away from the house. Have low-fat string cheese, nonfat cottage cheese, small pieces of fruit, vegetables, canned fruit, pretzels, and other healthy snacks on hand.
Take Control of Your Workplace
Instead of eating during your breaks, go for a walk or plan ahead for the one mealtime snack you will eat if you work around food. Avoid working during meals. Meal skipping slows metabolism and may cause overeating at the following meal. If food is provided for special occasions, choose the healthiest option, nibble on low-fat snacks brought from home, refuse all food, pick one option and consume a small amount, or all of the above.