panic when putting on weight

@asja1388 (131)
March 24, 2010 10:31am CST
Do you panic when you realise you have put on weight? Because I do, I also have very bad mood then... The thing is I learned from the past is stay calm and NEVER making the mistake to go on a huger strike... Nowadays I try (as hard as it is) to tell myself that I WILL get back in control... I just have to stick to my healthy diet and more excersise as I think its the only way to look after your figure- I don't believe in diets
5 responses
@besthope44 (12141)
• India
25 Jul 10
Try yoga. Yoga is one of the best ways of losing weight. Of course I can’t go into a full lecture about yoga over here but I can tell you that I have never seen people with better-toned bodies than those who practice yoga. One of the benefits of yoga is that you learn to control virtually every muscle and joint of your body so that the issue of weight gain will cease to exist.
@hofferp (4737)
• United States
26 Mar 10
I don't panic; I don't like it, but no panic here. I realize as I get older, I'm not going to have the figure or weigh what I did in my 20s, 30s, 40s, even 50s. I'd like to lose 20 lbs, but the chances are I'm not going to. I'll probably drop a few pounds just because it's spring and I'll be more active...and maybe that's all I should hope for.
• Philippines
26 Mar 10
It only means that you are so weight conscious. Relax, will you? Just eat in moderation and move a lot. Wiggle right after shower. Dance to burn pounds. Walk more.
• United States
25 Mar 10
I understand. I usually start noticing when my clothes start to get tighter. My rule is never to buy new clothes if I gained weight. It keeps me determined to get fit again. Once you buy clothes it's like your accepting it. But that's just my opinion and rule.
@l33tgirl (289)
• New Zealand
25 Mar 10
I panic. I never go on a hunger strike though. I make sure I keep a watch of what I eat and make sure I lose that weight.