Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Losing weight as it relates to sexual health
Being overweight is one of the maladies that plague people in the “rich” countries, as it’s known as a disease of affluence. Up until recently in history, humans had to physically work in order to get by in life. This meant that they exerted effort, and they lost calories, which they then replenished with food. And this healthy cycle went on for practically all of humanity’s history, up until recently.
We have the luxury of being able to eat however much we want. Of course, not everyone is this lucky, but many people would say that having food is something that they’re not worried about. But what about the other side of the equation – physical exercise? We have managed to sever the healthy cycle of eating and working out. We work from our desks and our computers, and we seldom ever need to do hard physical labor.
And there you have it, you have the answer to the question of why obesity rates have skyrocketed in the past few decades. It doesn’t help that the foods that we consume are mostly artificial and they’re not nutritious at all.
Being overweight has many downsides. You may think that the downside is only to the fact that you will look bad. But that’s far from all of the bad sides of obesity. In fact, among other things, being overweight or obese may ruin your sexual health as well. Studies consistently show that fat people have issues with being sexual – not only physical issues but psychological ones as well. After all, it can be hard for you to be able to freely get naked in front of your sex partner if you think that you look fat. And since sex is one of the most important things for humans – it will serve you a world of good to decrease your weight to normal levels. So, how do you go about doing this?
The answer to this question is already posted in the previous paragraphs. First – you will have to exercise, and second – you will have to eat healthily. These are the two most important factors that determine how much weight you will have.
Typically, the more you exercise the better. Again, there are many different benefits of exercise – and weight loss and weight management are only two of them. If you have no clue on where to start – we recommend you to go to the gym and find a knowledgeable instructor that will help you out in finding your way on the learning curve.
Eating right is simple too – chances are that you already know exactly what it is that you need to do in order to eat right. You will have to take away all of the processed foods that you may be eating – and opt out for natural, nourishing foods. Vegetables, fruits, whole grains, meats, and dairy are all natural, nourishing foods. Provided you have no intolerance of a certain food group – it will do you a big service to center your diet on these foods.
And in this way, you will lose weight and reclaim the sexual performance and sexual health that you deserve.