- Jan. 12, 2014
-- Negative emotions play a very important role in gaining excessive body fat, a recent research confirmed. According to the report, the negative thoughts not only cause the mental pressure, but can also result in an unhealthy diet.
In many cases the excess body weight is the result of negative emotions including anxiety, depression, and boredom among others. Some people simply use unhealthy food to counter negative feelings, not realizing that it only adds extra pounds to their body.
When contacted, Timur Temnikov from Biointermed Canada said, "Emotions play a big part in excessive weight gain. Boredom, grief, melancholy, irritability, anxiety and other negative emotions bring a person to… the fridge. There people find food that can cheer them up, usually it is something sweet, fat and delicious. And that results in extra pounds. The gained weight and reduced fitness brings more negative emotions and the person goes back to the fridge. It is a never ending cycle and it is important to stop it.”
Biointermed Canada has offered a new method that is based on psychophysiological weight correction. It helps people understand where the excessive weight comes from and how to control it. The method is simple, effective and cost efficient. Psychophysiological weight correction is already a huge hit among Russian users and experts believe that the fast and positive effects of the method would make it more popular among many other users from different countries.