Experiences of reframing during self‐directed weight loss and weight loss maintenance: systematic review of qualitative studies
Background Reframing means changing the way that a person thinks or feels about a weight loss attempt or weight loss maintenance to enhance its experience or facilitate its success. Although participants have described this, it has not been explored in the academic literature. Here, we set out to systematically review qualitative studies to examine the ways in which people use and experience reframing in self‐directed weight loss. Methods Seven electronic da... Expand abstract
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