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Everyone's going gaga over the latest diet craze being hyped by the media or the hottest workout program to hit the fitness scene. New weight loss pills are increasingly being introduced one after another and have flooded the market competing for sales. People everywhere seem to be to be in that "lose the excess pounds" psyche: "Thin is sexy! inch. "Lean is hot! inches. "Rip those biceps. inch "Flaunt your abs. "

Back in the 80's, Olivia Newton-John popularized the song "Let's Get Physical" which marketed fitness and about the same time, physical fitness videos by celebrities flooded the marketplace including the legendary Her Fonda Aerobics Videos. Also John Travolta's dance movie, "Staying Alive" capitalized on the fact that the then-emerging star was being mentored by no less than Sylvester Stallone for his physical fitness program to fit the role to a "T".

Nowadays where survival of the Lady Gaga Weight Loss fittest becomes the name of the game, carrying excess fat is considered absolutely unsexy. The information is clear as you observe it on tv, billboards, and magazines. Has everyone gone self-conscious? Let's face it. It's not only about vanity or feeling good about yourself. It's about living a healthy lifestyle. The universal need to look and feel sexually desirable just comes secondary. Whether you like it or not, being over weight is unattractive and can pose serious consequences in one's health condition.

Just how true is it that for each pound you lose, the more sexually desirable you become? Though there are people who prefer sexual partners who are on the voluptous part, a large number still prefer having the right curves and bulges at the right places. However , being sexually attractive is not the only goal we need to consider. Whether you are a man or a lady, you are responsible to always keep your body be well protected, if not in perfect shape. Losing weight can increase the sexual health of both men and women. The couple becomes more aware of each others new size. Their sexual senses are becoming more attuned to the sexual stimuli which they receive and therefore increases their sexual joy. By having slimmer bodies, both man and the woman becomes comfortable with their bodies and they often enjoy the other person better when it comes to their sexual activities, when compared with overweight couples. This is no more simply a physical thing, it becomes an psychological factor.

Obesity and Infecundity

It is believed that obesity could greatly affect male sexual health with regards to infertility. According to the National Institute of Environment Health Sciences (NIEHS), "overweight many men significantly more likely to be infertile than normal-weight men, and that for each 20-pound body weight gain in men there is a ten percent increase in infertility. inches Though statistics show that women are more vulnerable to obesity that men, still, this obviously shows that men should also care for their weight for their health's sake.

However, overweight women are particularly vunerable to increase in blood pressure than their male alternatives. There is also the upper chances of cancers such as postmenopausal breast cancer and endometrial cancer, diabetes and heart problems.

Body Image and Healthy Weight

For all its worth, men and women alike should maintain an excellent body weight and image. Body image is the way we project ourselves and how we perceive and imagine the response of others. It is far from inborn, therefore, we are able to do something about it. Healthy weight is the size which a person achieves based on the goal primarily set in compliance with the person's physical condition as determined by a healthcare professional.

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