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    Psychology of obesity

    What is an appropriate way to view obesity from the standpoint of a psychologist?

    We have come to understand obesity as a very complex, chronic condition that needs to be evaluated individually. We have to look at each person and evaluate the factors contributing medically and psychologically and how these factors affect the person. There's no single, standard approach to obesity.

    Are there psychological conditions for which obese people may be at higher risk?

    There are a variety of conditions associated with obesity. I use the word 'associated' very carefully because such conditions may or may not be causal. They may be a result of the obesity or they may be a contributing factor to the obesity. These conditions can range from an eating disorder to depression, and they may include any kind of psychological condition that triggers excessive eating.

    Are there any psychological factors in the clinical definition of obesity?

    Obesity is not classified by psychological factors alone. Obesity is a multifactorial problem. There are medical and even genetic components, but there are also certain psychological or behavioral components.

    We believe it's both behavioral and medical but the important thing is to develop a treatment plan for the individual from what is known as a 'biopsychosocial model,' meaning we must attend to the biological, psychological and behavioral aspects of obesity.

    How do you shift people away from distracting thoughts such as blaming oneself for obesity?

    The first thing we do is explain that we are not looking for blame. We also try to help people to appreciate that part of self-blame may come from their past approaches to obesity. For example, if they've been under external pressure to diet or if they've placed pressure on themselves to diet, often they have felt like failures as soon as they faltered on their diet, which perpetuates self-blame.

    We tell them to throw all that out the window. What we are encouraging is a more healthful lifestyle in which we are taking a long-term view of food choices, exercise, health risks and weight loss.

    What's the long-term view?

    We are going to define success in more ways than merely weight loss. For example, many people, despite a lot of good effort, still have trouble losing weight. They may lose a few pounds, but not a lot. When they adopt more of a lifestyle perspective, attending to exercise, food choices, 'stress' management, et cetera, then other important measures such as cholesterol or blood pressure may improve as well. They may improve in cardiovascular fitness and in making food choices. If there are issues of depression or anxiety, those can be treated.

    We're trying to broaden our perspective to think in terms of a lifetime, instead of a six-week diet. In general, we hope individuals will think in terms of becoming psychologically healthier, medically healthier even if they don't lose a tremendous amount of weight. And that's OK for some people.

    Are there obstacles to this approach?

    There are many messages from society that don't help. To be frank, some of this comes from the health care industry, which sometimes carries the message: 'You have to lose weight and do it soon.' This may perpetuate short-term thinking. Sometimes pressure comes from family members: A person may be constantly criticized or chided due to his or her weight. Many of these messages come from our culture. If you look at advertising, magazines, et cetera, there's always an emphasis on thinness. We are surrounded by mostly unhealthy stimuli in terms of how we view obesity.

    People who are significantly overweight can tell you many stories about how they are made fun of. They face a tough battle.

    Do you have any tips for overcoming negative messages and sticking to a treatment plan?

    Generally, two of the most important things in improving one's lifestyle (including weight) are exercise and social support. Exercise may be a little more obvious you're burning calories and becoming more fit. Social support is important because it helps maintain and reinforce the changes that you want to make. Most of the time, people with obesity are probably not getting this kind of support. We work with patients, among other things, to help them build social support.



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