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Obesity means having too much body fat. It is different from being overweight, which means weighing too much. The weight may come from muscle, bone, fat, and/or body water. Both terms mean that a person's weight is greater than what's considered healthy for his or her height. Obesity happens over time when you eat more calories than you use. The balance between calories-in and calories-out differs for each person. Factors that might affect your weight include your genetic makeup, overeating, eating high-fat foods, and not being physically active. Obesity increases your risk of diabetes, heart disease, stroke, arthritis, and some cancers. If you have obesity, losing even 5 to 10% of your weight can delay or prevent some of these diseases. For example, that means losing 10 to 20 pounds if you weigh 200 pounds.
A recent Harvard University study determined that approximately only 1% of obese Americans that attempt to lose weight will be successful in taking off the weight and keeping it off. At Recharge we want to improve on these odds of success by helping our clients identify the problems and get to the root of why they over eat. Obesity is an eating disorder similar to alcoholism or drug addiction, so by simply concentrating on the problem without identifying what causes the problem, or the trigger, will most likely result in failure. Obesity has as much to do with, stress triggers, sleep problems, hydration, positive relationships, chronic fatigue, alcohol consumption as it does with food choices. The obesity therapy plan at Recharge addresses all of the conditions the lead to obesity at the same time to help our clients finally get the results that they desperately want.
SCIENTIFIC BACKED RESULTS
Obesity, obstructive sleep apnoea and metabolic syndrome
JCM Lam, JCW Mak, MSM Ip - Respirology, 2012 - Wiley Online Library
Obesity and sleep disturbance: the chicken or the egg?
G Muscogiuri, L Barrea, G Annunziata… - Critical reviews in …, 2019 - Taylor & Francis
Increased hydration can be associated with weight loss
SN Thornton - Frontiers in nutrition, 2016 - frontiersin.org
Predictors of successful weight loss outcomes amongst individuals with obesity undergoing lifestyle interventions: A systematic review
S Chopra, A Malhotra, P Ranjan, NK Vikram… - Obesity …, 2021 - Wiley Online Library
Personality characteristics in obesity and relationship with successful weight loss
Compared with lean subjects, obese subjects in the community scored higher in novelty seeking (19.7±5.9 vs 16.2±6.0, P<0.05), lower in Persistence (4.1±1.8 vs 4.8±1.7, P<0.05) and lower in self-directedness (32.1±7.6 vs 34.3±6.6, P<0.05.) Patients enrolled in the WUWMP scored higher than obese persons in the general population in both Reward Dependence (17.1±4.2 vs 15.7±4.3, P<0.05) and cooperativeness (36.9±5.4 vs 34.5±6.2, P<0.05). Patients who were successful in losing weight (>10% weight loss) after 22 weeks of behavioral therapy scored lower in novelty seeking than those who were unsuccessful in losing weight (<5% weight loss) (17.6±5.9 vs 20.2±5.9, P<0.05).
S Sullivan, CR Cloninger, TR Przybeck… - … journal of obesity, 2007 - nature.com
How often should you repeat this therapy? The obesity therapy program at Recharge requires a once per week visit to the club for 90 minutes per session.
What are the results of this therapy? After approximately 3-6 months clients should see a noticeable improvement
How much does this service cost? The cost for this plan is $99 per month. There are no contracts or long term commitments. To get started you will need to purchase a Recharge Health Plan