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Exercising During Changing Seasons

Most people know that weight loss often requires more than making changes to your diet; it requires making long-term changes to your overall lifestyle. These lifestyle changes can also involve adapting to the seasonal changes. With summer at an end and days getting shorter, here are just a few lifestyle changes to keep a healthy lifestyle with less daylight.

Join a Gym

There is nothing better than a long run outdoors, but as we begin to see less daylight and colder weather approaches, the chances of exercising outdoors become harder and harder. With that being said, the fall and winter months are the perfect time to join a gym. Gyms are usually less crowded in the fall and winter months which mean you can use your favorite machine without waiting. You are also able to exercise regardless of the weather outside.

Take Advantage Of The Morning

You may have already noticed the sunset affecting your evening workouts. As we approach less daylight in the evening, switch up your routine to morning or lunch time workouts. Go for a walk, jog, or bike ride and watch the sunrise. Working out in the morning also improves your physical and mental health for the day.

Break up with Your Normal Routine

We often feel that we have to exercise for long periods of time in order to reap the benefits. This is not the case and actually, being active multiple times per day is very beneficial to our health. If you are unable to commit to an entire 30 or 60 minutes first thing in the morning or in the evening, consider splitting up your routine. You can start your day with 10-20 minutes of stretches, strength exercises, or cardiovascular activity and then do another 10-20 minutes during lunch time or again at the end of the day while you squeak out the last little bit of sunlight for the day. This would mean that your exercise routine was at least 30 minutes long but that you were able to exercise more than once during the day to reach your fitness goals.

For more information regarding healthy exercise and better overall health, please contact Nanticoke Weight Loss and General Surgery at 302-536-5395 and get started on your journey to better health.

4 Reasons to Consider Visiting a Weight Loss Surgery Center

weight loss surgery centerWeight loss isn’t always an easy journey, but it is a long one. Whether you opt for gastric sleeve surgery or choose a non-surgical plan, the road is sure to come with its fair share of challenges. That being said, every journey begins for a reason.

If you haven’t considered your “why” yet, you may want to reevaluate your plan. If you’re looking for a new option, here are a few good reasons to consider visiting a weight loss surgery center.

Nothing Else Works
For most people, weight loss procedures like gastric bypass surgery and other forms of bariatric surgery are used as a last resort. Traditional methods of weight loss such as exercise combined with a healthy diet and adequate sleep may not be enough for you. If this is the case and you’ve exhausted all other medical weight loss clinic options, surgery could be the solution you’ve been looking for.

Surgery Is Medically Necessary
Unfortunately, weight loss surgery might not be a voluntary choice for some patients. If a patient’s weight poses legitimate medical threats to their health, weight loss surgery centers may be the safest route to go.

Desire for a Permanent Solution
Bariatric surgery is not a cosmetic procedure. While operations like liposuction and tummy tucks tackle the outer layers of fat, weight loss surgery is only for those looking into a permanent solution to a medical issue they’re living with. As such, a weight loss surgeon will likely ask you what your motivations are for opting into a surgical procedure.

Looking for a Healthier Life
Operations like gastric sleeve surgery reduce the size of the stomach by almost 80% in some cases. This ensures a permanent lifestyle change, which is often the goal of patients. While simple eating less isn’t a permanent solution, it can work in conjunction with a doctor-approved diet and effectively help change a person’s lifestyle.

Weight loss surgery isn’t the only weight loss option out there. In fact, as previously stated, it’s often a last resort for patients. But there are good reasons to consider it. If you’re ready to discuss weight loss surgery, visit Nanticoke Weight Loss & General Surgery or call the office at 302-536-5395 today!