By: Thelissa A. Harris, MD.
Posted at Clinical Psychiatry News.
We are into a new year, and among many New Year’s resolutions we hear is the resolution to take off body weight. That people are going for a new start, a chance to begin again, is actually good; it brings new hope and vigor to the issue. But sadly, most Americans making this resolution find themselves starting anew at a weight higher than they were the previous new year when they made the same resolution. Despite ourselves, we diet, exercise, and take off some pounds and then return to our previous behaviors that got us to wanting to take off the pounds in the first place.
Can psychiatry get into the body weight adventure and begin to lead the way to solutions? read whole story at Clinical Psychiatry NewsLeave a reply