Weight Loss

Why Am I Not Losing Weight, Even Though I’ve Done Everything I Should?

Weight loss is different for everyone, but there are proven methods that can accelerate your weight loss and support your overall well-being. However, you may find that even when you’re doing everything right, you’re still not seeing the weight loss progress you want. Getting started with a medical weight loss program by using Semaglutide (GLP-1), Fat Burner/b12 injections, and other methods will help accelerate your weight loss. These programs will help with insulin resistance, appetite control, and blood sugar balance. Contact us today to learn how you can get started. We’ve reviewed 12 reasons why you’re not losing weight, you can find the first 6 here and the following 6 here. This week let’s take a look at 6 more reasons why you’re not losing weight even though you’re doing everything right.

13. You’re Not Drinking Enough Water

Drinking water and weight loss have a proven link. Water serves as a medium of transport in your body by supplying nutrients and removing waste. Obviously, you need water to survive. But if you’re trying to lose weight, then you should up your water intake. The average adult should drink about 12-15 cups of water per day. If you have questions about how you can make healthy changes, contact us at WildBerryMD

14. You’re Drinking Too Much Alcohol

Sure, it’s fun to have a few drinks every now and then. This can interfere with your weight loss goals though. There are multiple reasons why there is a connection between weight gain and alcohol consumption. First, alcohol contains empty calories, especially if you’re having sugary drinks and cocktails. Second, alcohol can increase your appetite and make it so you’re not paying attention to how much you’re eating. Cutting back on alcoholic beverages or switching to lighter or tow calorie options will help with weight loss.

15. You Have a Pre-Existing Condition

There are many medical conditions that affect your hormones (such as hypothyroidism) and your insulin levels (such as diabetes). If you’re not seeing any weight loss progress or you’re experiencing symptoms, chances are you may have a pre-existing condition. At WildBerryMD, we can help you by performing tests and determining if you have a condition. From there, we can help you live a happy and healthy life with your condition.

16. Age is a Factor

As you get older, it’s harder to lose weight. There is no diet or exercise plan that can reverse the effects of aging, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. Once you get into your 40s, you won’t be able to lose weight like you could in your 20s. With the right diet and exercise plan, and a little extra work, you can lose weight no matter what age you are. Don’t let age be a limiting factor for your weight loss journey, contact us at WildBerryMD to learn how you can accelerate your weight loss.

17. You’re Too Stressed or Depressed

Stress and depression shouldn’t be overlooked as factors for weight loss. Major life changes can trigger stress or depression, which as a result can trigger stress-eating or comfort foods. Although these make it difficult to lose weight, seeking help can get you on the right path. Finding holistic methods to manage stress and depression can be great methods, but you should always reach out to a mental health professional if you need more help.

18. You Have Trauma That Isn’t Resolved

A history of trauma can be linked to weight gain. If you’re doing everything right for weight loss but you have unresolved trauma, you could still not be seeing the results you want. If you’ve experienced trauma in your life, there is help available. Not only will you see your weight loss increase, but you’ll improve your overall well-being.  

Let WildBerryMD Help with Your Weight Loss Journey

Get expert advice and the best products to help with your weight loss journey, such as Semaglutide (GLP-1). With help from WildBerryMD, you can achieve your goals and live a happier and healthier life. Contact us today to get started.