There is a simple fact that many have understood to be true for some time, but only now do we have hard data to back it up: Cosmetic surgery in New Jersey boosts the self-confidence of those who get it, and that self-confidence boost results in more happiness and an improved life.
That isn’t just idle talk. It is based on hard data.
A European study released earlier this year shows that among nearly 1,800 people – some who chose cosmetic surgery, some who considered it but backed out, and some who did not consider it at all – those who opted for cosmetic surgery experienced a boost in their self-confidence. These elevated levels of self-confidence resulted in more happiness in life.
The results were not temporary, either. According to the study, a year after either choosing to go through with surgery or choosing not to, those who chose surgery “felt healthier, were less anxious, had developed more self-esteem and found the operated body feature in particular, but also their body as a whole, more attractive.”
We’re seeing more and more of this each year. In fact, the Dermatology Online Journal also recently cited several studies that show a boost in confidence and quality of life levels following cosmetic surgery.
The University of Surrey’s Susan Thorpe, who has been involved in cosmetic surgery research, noted that “most people are motivated to undergo cosmetic surgery because of body-image dissatisfaction.” Correct that dissatisfaction and the result is a happier person.
According to The Aesthetic Surgery Journal, a whopping 87% of those who elected to have cosmetic surgery felt happier and more confident. The result? A better life.
The numbers are clear. For those who desire cosmetic surgery, the results prove to be life-altering for the better.
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