Your self-image shapes the trajectory of your life. If you see yourself as attractive, fit, likeable, capable, and adventurous, then you behave as if these things were true. You look after your physical health. You confidently enter social situations. You initiate sex. You take on personal and professional challenges.
What’s fascinating is that you do almost all these things without conscious thought; rather, they flow naturally from the mental image you have of yourself. Your self-image becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. When that self-image is positive you end up with better relationships, a more fulfilling career, and, yes, better health.
On the other hand, if you have a poor self-image, you may project negative energy that closes you off from fulfillment and opportunity. Your relationships suffer. You lack the confidence to take positive risks. And poor self-image impacts your health as well. You may feel stressed or anxious, which will interfere with sleep quality and makes it harder to lose weight. Over time you can become depressed and lose the motivation to exercise. It’s a self-perpetuating cycle that continuously lowers your self-image.
Improve Your Self-Image
You know that—theoretically—there are many ways to boost your attitude, confidence, and mental health: practicing positive affirmations, meditation, worship, reading motivational materials, gratitude journaling, and so on. These are excellent tools for improving the way you see yourself over time; unfortunately, when you’re in a bad place mentally, it can be as tough to find the willpower to form these habits as it is to start a daily workout regimen.
But what if you could take a “shortcut” to a better self-image? This is not only possible, but also wise from a psychological standpoint. After all, we tend to become what we visualize. If what you see in the mirror puts you in a positive frame of mind, your motivation to maintain healthy habits—physical, emotional, and spiritual—will receive a powerful, sustained boost.
Visualizing success is the thinking behind Sculpted Wellness. Whether you’d like to tone your arms, strengthen your core, get rid of love handles, smooth out cellulite, or de-puff the bags under your eyes, EMSUITE treatments will jump start the physical improvements you’d like to make using a non-invasive, targeted approach.
The popular EMSCULPT NEO is an FDA-cleared device that’s proven after four treatments to build muscle while reducing fat in the targeted treatment areas. Clients simply lie down while a topical applicator uses electromagnetic technology and radiofrequency energy to permanently destroy fat cells and contract muscle fibers (no worries—treatments are pain-free). Changes in your body continue over the following three months, at which point you see the optimal results in the targeted areas—an average of 25% fat reduction and a 30% increase in muscle mass.
Clients say that after an EMSUITE treatment, they soon notice a difference in how they look and feel. They are stronger and more confident. They feel more attractive. Best of all, they want to maintain their new image and are far more motivated to exercise, eat right, get more sleep, and do all the other things that add up to wellness. The shift in self-image changes everything. It can kick-start a whole new lifestyle.
Trained in naturopathic medicine, Sculpted Wellness medical director Dr. Adam Breiner has long been a student of energy medicine and frequencies to help heal the body. Now, frequency-based science offers revolutionary non-surgical technology to sculpt your body to wellness. Our EMSUITE Center features EMSCULPT NEO® to build and strengthen muscles while simultaneously burning fat; EMTONE® for cellulite reduction, smooth skin appearance; EXILIS ULTRA® to build collagen, reduce wrinkles, skin laxity, and cellulite; and the ground-breaking EMSELLA® to treat incontinence and improve sexual function.