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Common Excuses For Being Unhealthy

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									Common Excuses For Being Unhealthy
We all live with excuses of a wide variety every day of our lives. It’s all a part of a
rationalization of why we do, or don’t do, something. The power of rationalization can’t
be underscored enough and it’s being able to recognizing when we’re doing it that we can
begin to take steps not to utilize it.

Our health is one of the biggest problems that often falls victim to our unsurpassed ability
to make excuses to ourselves. This is all a part of the science of how we think and some
of the most common excuses that just don’t cut it include:

It’s Too Hot/It’s Too Cold

Every winter, we tell ourselves that when summer rolls around we’re really going to get
ourselves into shape. When summer arrives, we complain that it’s too hot and that we’ll
make doubly sure that, when it cools down, we’ll put in some effort. This is an excuse
that just doesn’t cut it. We could always work out in-doors or join a gym. There are far
too many options for this argument to hold up.

I Have Bad Genes

We’ve seen incredible breakthroughs in medical science and every year we push further
and further towards understanding how our bodies work. From Pituitary Surgery to
nanotechnology, we’re constantly pushing towards new and more innovative approaches
to the field of medicine. With this knowledge we’ve come to understand that, in some
part, our genes determine the way we look but the excuse, I’m obese because it’s in my
genes is a terrible excuse. This is a common excuse that people use. You genes may have
something to do with a person having a harder time loosing weight but, under no
circumstances, does it explain why a person gets to be five hundred pounds.

I’m Too Tired

This is one of the most excusable, and inexcusable, reasons. We work all day and when
we come home, the last thing we want to do is head to the gym. We want to sit on the
couch and decompress after a long day. The “I’m too tired” often doesn’t cut it. If you’re
chronically tired, it’s because you’re not exercising. This is one of the biggest causes of
fatigue. When we’re not active our bodies go into a sort of hibernation mode and won’t
expend a lot of energy. It’s through being active that the body releases endorphins that
motivate the mind and body. So if you’re feeling tired all the time, you might just need a
good workout regiment.

We all rationalize and make excuses from time to time, but it’s important to not let it take
control. If any of these things sound familiar, then you should probably analyze why
you’re not getting out and getting fit. Examine your habits, good and bad, and see where
you could do with some change in your routine.

								
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