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Knowing that willpower can be depleted, the authors advise readers to prevent themselves from opportunities to sin (yes, they did refer to sin).
5 REFUEL WILLPOWER THROUGH REST AND RECREATION Mental fatigue drains your willpower, so make sure you are giving yourself sufficient rest and relaxation every day.
In a similar experiment by the same team, the researchers tweaked students' views by insinuating that willpower was either depleted or renewed in the face of a challenge.
More importantly, weight loss surgery patients must exert incredible willpower to get the most out of their bariatric surgery.
Previous studies have shown that mental exertion diminishes blood glucose levels and that a person's willpower can be rejuvenated by ingesting a sugary drink.
Someone who thinks sheer willpower alone is enough to conquer those sweet and savory snack attacks.
They believe the long fasting hours demonstrate the willpower to stay away from tobacco, giving the smoker the motivation and confidence in their ability to quit.
Washington, July 25 ( ANI ): A new study suggests that avoiding temptation may increase your chances of success than just relying on willpower alone.
Cancer research spokeswoman Nicki Embleton said: "We wanted to explore the concept of willpower as we launch Dryathlon because we know that getting Yorkshire folk to go dry for January is going to be a challenge for some and it will take an element of willpower to succeed.
Jane Redman, Cancer Research spokeswoman for the West Midlands, said: "We wanted to explore the concept of willpower as we launch Dryathlon because we know that getting people to go dry for January is going to be a challenge for some, and it will take an element of willpower to succeed.
Although self-control is typically viewed as a battle between willpower and desire, consumers can't rely entirely on willpower to control their eating.
Lack of willpower is the biggest barrier to losing weight, with 68% of women and 60% of men of the 2,011 people surveyed citing it as the main reason which stops them.
5--"This is a war between two willpowers: the willpower of the people and the willpower of their enemies.
Willpower & Grace: Mile High is a fitness DVD hosted by Stacey Lei Krauss, who firmly believes "You wouldn't do push ups with your arm in a cast so why would you workout with your foot stuck in a sneaker?