Beauty therapist consultation on weight loss
The cause of excess weight can be more than just overeating. A number of hormonal changes and diseases may originate not only from metabolic disorders but also from your attempts to get rid of extra risky centimeters. When planning body shaping programs, think about what makes your body to stock up with fat in this particular zone. If you have already tried to remove these volumes and have not achieved the desired result, start by consulting your doctor about the causes of fat deposition.
Here is a list of questions you will get an answer to
- Why you cannot lose your weight
- Why you continue gaining weight even with a proper diet
- Why saddlebags are your perpetual sidekick
- Why your belly grows every year
- How your hormonal disorders affect your fat deposits
The doctor will help to find the answer to these questions during a consultation on reducing body fat.
- Will there be a detailed diet plan?
- Will they make a diet plan for me?
- Will they analyze my diet diary?
- Will they find my weight-gaining food products?
No. This is what a nutritionist does. If you understand that the cause of your excess weight is your unhealthy diet, which is easy to correct, then it is worth working with a nutritionist. We can rule out or confirm the hormonal causes of your problem and correct them.
Conditions that may lead to excess fat deposition
- Thyroid disorders
- Disorders of adrenal glands
- Dysfunction of the sex glands
- Diabetes mellitus and carbohydrate dysmetabolism
- Sleep disorders
- Certain medications
- High prolactin levels
This is not an entire list of obstacles to the desired body shape.
A conversation will take 30-40 minutes. The doctor will ask you about everything, even some things you may think unimportant. If you have been examined within the last year, take the results with you. Finally, the doctor will make an examination plan, and choose together with you the date of blood test. You may also be recommended other types of examinations.
The second visit will be after receiving your test results. The doctor will provide you with recommendations and prescriptions.