Summary: The New Year’s Resolutions is one of the great (or not so great) traditions of our time. People love (hate) making resolutions, whether they stick to them or not. But do you want an easy way to meet your New Year’s Resolution? Get plastic surgery. It may sound like a joke, but I’m mostly serious. The results are what’s really important.
This Year’s New Year’s Resolution? Get Plastic Surgery
We’re at that time of year in which people start to think about their New Year’s Resolutions. The most popular resolutions, year after year, have to do with exercising more and losing weight. And the reasons are obvious: both of those objectives are quite difficult to achieve.
And yet, our society (broadly speaking) offers a wide range of rewards for doing that. They’re obviously attractive goals, with equally attractive rewards. But it can take a lot of time and commitment to reach those goals in a sustainable way. And, what’s worse, most people seem to be at a loss as to how to accomplish that because they feel like they’re on their own.
But that’s not true. You don’t have to achieve all of your results on your own—you don’t even have to achieve everything organically. That’s why this year, we’re suggesting you cheat on your New Year’s Resolution and get plastic surgery instead.
Winning That So-Called Battle of the Bulge
Some people have a New Year’s Resolution that’s pretty simple: lose that final ten pounds. Sometimes that’s the most difficult. Look, the human body is pretty darn strange. Once it gets that fat, it doesn’t like to let it go. Your body has a tendency to try to stay the same shape.
This means that, in many cases, that last ten pounds is the most difficult to shed. Sometimes it’s actually impossible to shed (naturally). That’s where procedures such as liposuction come in. In fact, in many cases, liposuction is the only way to really effectively eliminate those areas of fat that seem immune to diet and exercise.
You can actually get liposuction in multiple places, such as:
- The belly
- Back or backside
- Face and jaw
The ability to remove stubborn fat from these areas can save you from months of frustration and provide an excellent boost to your confidence and self-esteem. Diet and exercise may not be able to eliminate all the fat you want to eliminate. Liposuction might be able to do the trick this New Year!
Some Benefits of Exercise
If your New Year’s Resolution is to exercise more, you probably have a lot of reasons for that. And there’s no plastic surgery procedure that can grant you all of the health benefits of exercise (you do, in fact, have to exercise in order to achieve that). But there might be a couple of ways you could get a leg up and help you achieve your exercise goals.
We have a couple of suggestions:
- Vitamin B12 Injection: There might be a few reasons you have low energy—and one of those reasons might be an imbalance (or deficiency) in the vitamins and minerals in your body. An injection of Vitamin B12 can help give you a boost of energy and a boost to your immune system. It can also help you sleep better (which is a blessing when you have to wake up at 5am to go to the gym). This quick injection can be accomplished in just a few minute, so it’s a great way to put some pep in your step!
- Botox Injection: Getting rid of a few wrinkles (and fast) is a good way to give yourself a little reward. Botox injections can increase your confidence and self esteem—in other words, Botox can get rid of lines and give you a little boost. When you have more confidence, you have more energy (and it’s a bit easier to get to the gym).
- Kybella Injections: Last but not least, it’s the easy way to get rid of your double chin. When you exercise, you have no control over where you lose fat. Kybella can target the fat around your jawline and diminish it. That means you don’t have to wait for all of those exercises to take effect before you start getting rid of your double chin. For patients who really dislike that fat around the jawline, this can be great.
There’s Nothing Wrong With Cheating
As long as you’re healthy enough for surgery and you’re getting the results that you want, there’s really nothing wrong with cheating on your New Year’s Resolutions by getting a little procedure done. What matters are the results. Well, what really matters is how you feel.
In fact, I’d really like to emphasize that for just a second: feeling great about your body is the ultimate goal. In many cases, you don’t have to change a thing to feel great. But if you do want to change something, plastic surgery can usually accomplish that. Even on New Year’s.