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Janbozorgi M, Agah Heris M, Mousavi E, Alipour A, Golchin N, Nuhi S. Comparison of Therapy Based on Prob-lem-solving Skills and Confronting with Weight Management Therapy Cognition in Body Mass Index (BMI) Reduction and Improvement of Weight Efficient Lifestyl. CPAP. 2014; 2 (9) :1-12
URL: http://cpap.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-699-en.html

Abstract:   (4406 Views)
Having inefficient lifestyle, incorrect dietary habits, low body exercise, and social-cultural environment malfunction are main factors for over-weighting and fatness. So this survey tries to compare efficiency of two methods of therapy based on problem-solving skills and weight man-agement therapy cognition in BMI reduction and improvement of weight efficiency lifestyle among overweight and fat women. For this purpose, 34 women with BMI˃ 25 were selected by available sampling and were categorized in two test groups of therapy based on problem-solving, and confronting with and cognition of therapy (each group 17 persons). All of tested women answered to WEL questionnaire items at the beginning, at the end, and 12 weeks after each therapy course finish and their BMI was calculated. Data analysis through SPSS 16th version and by applying frequent-measurement variance analysis test showed that two interven-tions have led to meaningful reduction of BMI (P˂0.05). But no mea-ningful difference was observed between these two interventions in this area (P˃0.05). Also, there was no significant difference between the two interventions on improvement of weight efficiency lifestyle (P˃0.05). Therefore, it could be concluded that using special methods of each in-tervention such as self-supervision, correction of destructive thought, problem-solving skills, and strategies against environmental and emo-tional clues for triggering of eating, subjects could increase self-inhibition and resistance against these stimuli and help to improve their weight efficient lifestyle and their weight loosing.
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