Weight-loss results vary from person to person and is not guaranteed after surgery.
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Getting weight loss surgery isn’t an immediate fix, so it is important to be prepared to make long-term changes to your lifestyle after the operation. When you meet your bariatric surgeon in London you will learn how to look after yourself during your immediate recovery, but your doctor will help you to prepare for these longer term efforts too.

Your Diet and Exercise Plan

Eating well and getting plenty of exercise is essential if you want to lose weight after your weight loss surgery. Before you have the operation, you will spend some time with your bariatric surgeon at the London clinic creating a personalised diet and exercise plan that will help you to achieve your weight loss goals. You will get plenty of help designing your diet and exercise plan and adapting to it as your weight changes, but you will need to work hard to stick to your plan and to change the way you think about food.

Tackling the Causes of Overeating

Thinking about the reasons when you are making plans with your bariatric surgeon in London can be very useful. If you can tackle the cause of the problem it will be much easier to keep going with your weight loss plan after the operation. For example, if you tend to overeat because you are bored, you may need to find a hobby or interest to keep you occupied instead. If you eat due to anxiety or to feed other emotions, you may benefit from talking to a counsellor or taking yoga lessons to help you to process your feelings in other ways. If you use food to reward yourself, you may need to find a healthier replacement, such as getting a massage or treating yourself to a night out. Replacing your urge to overeat with something else can make losing weight a little easier.

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Weight-loss results vary from person to person and is not guaranteed after surgery.