Cognitive and behavioural strategies employed to overcome \"lapses\" and prevent \"relapse\" among weight-loss maintainers and regainers: A qualitative study.

Emma Lawlor, Carly A Hughes, Robbie Duschinsky, Gillian D Pountain, Andrew J Hill, Simon Griffin & Amy Ahern
ABSTRACT While many behavioural weight management programmes are effective in the shortterm, post-programme weight regain is common. Overcoming “lapses” and preventing “relapse” has been highlighted as important in weight-loss maintenance, but little is known on how this is achieved. This study aimed to compare the cognitive and behavioural strategies employed to overcome “lapses” and prevent “relapse” by people who had regained weight or maintained weight-loss after participating in a weight management programme. By investigating differences...
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