Psychological and Social Factor Causing Obesity

Obesity is as much a psychological as a physical disadvantage. Society views obesity very negatively and tends to believe that people World Health Organization are obese are ‘weak-willed’ and ‘unmotivated’. They understand social and work-related discrimination, sometimes suffer from low shallowness as a result, and feel uncomfortable with their bodies. Obese people are sometimes aware of these negative views, and intemalize them, putting themselves at risk for disorders of mood, anxiety, and misuse. Obese people have generally created multiple attempts to reduce weight, with very little or no success. Their unsuccessful attempts lead to discouragement, frustration, hopelessness, and learned helplessness concerning the prospect of losing weight within the future on their own.

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