How Clutter is Related to Weight Gain and What You Need to Know About Bariatric Surgery
Wellness and Weight
Weight and wellness aren't only connected in our physical being, but also in the emotional and intellectual parts of our selves. The debate going on in the world regarding whether or not thin=healthy and excess weight=unhealthy can leave your head spinning.  It can be difficult to know how to feel and can cause insecurities to come to the surface.

Sometimes taking measures to improve your health becomes necessary. When your doctor makes recommendations for weight loss options, Wellspring Behavioral Health is here to guide you and assist you on your journey, starting with a medical needs assessment. Get in touch with us today if we can offer support or schedule an assessment for you or someone close to you.

Overeating can be triggered by a number of factors, and a new study shows that a cluttered kitchen might be one of them.  The theory is that when one feels that things around them are out of control, then why shouldn't they be.  Even more interestingly, the urge to eat more is specifically related to sweets.

Learn more about the study and it's findings here. 

Bariatric surgery is not a cosmetic procedure. The purpose of the surgery is to lose weight, but only when it becomes necessary for a patient's health. Ultimately the surgery can reverse obesity-related disorders like diabetes, high blood pressure add add years to a person's life. There are risks and things that need to be discussed with one's doctor before undergoing surgery. This article helps explain some of these risks.
This article helps explain some of those risks.

Speaking of making life easier with technology...Patient Fusion helps you keep track of your health records, manage your appointments, and communicate with your doctor. If you don't have access yet, contact your doctor's office today.
Accessing your health records.
After logging in and reviewing your record updates and pending appointments on your Dashboard, click on Health Records to see your up-to-date health information. Please note that this will only include what your doctor has added into the system. If you see incomplete or incorrect records, contact your doctor's office.
Your records will include the following information:
  • Lab tests and results (must be individually shared by your doctor)
  • Diagnoses
  • Medications
  • Immunizations
  • Allergies
  • Procedures (any procedure that a doctor has performed on you in their office)
  • Care plans (plans for your future treatment)

Dr. McNeely's viewpoint and practice is integrative, combining developmental, cognitive-behavioral, existential and other perspectives to develop a holistic approach, broadening insight and opportunities for effective intervention. Abigail regularly works with clients dealing with a broad range of issues including:  depression , bipolar depression,  anxiety life  challenges and  chronic  illness.  She offers individual, couples and family counseling for adults and teens.

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