The last couple of years have been a bit of a washout for humanity, but 2022 is the year in which—hopefully—the fires of the pandemic will fade into mere embers, and we can start getting back to normal.
For Dr. James Kojian, a handsome aesthetic medicine specialist, it’s also set to be the year of health and beauty.
Why Handsome, Young, and Healthy are 2022 Buzzwords
According to Google Trends, there has been a recent increase in global searches for terms like “how to be better looking,” as well as keywords relating to “handsome,” “attractive,” and “beautiful.”
On the surface, it seems like the pandemic has made us all a little vain, but of course, the reality goes much deeper.
Our self-esteem and self-worth are tied to our looks.
The better we look, the better we feel.
It’s why we invest so much in our appearance, from teeth whitening and plastic surgery to fancy jewelry, luxury watches, and designer clothes. It’s not just about showing the world who we are and what we’ve accomplished; it’s about feeling good and reaping the rewards that come from that.
The Break is Over
In 2020 and 2021, we were all anxious, stressed, and more worried than ever before. Many of us have been forced to isolate and spend prolonged periods away from our loved ones. We’re eating more, drinking more, and generally paying less attention to the way we look.
As a result, we’re now desperate to get back on the horse and start looking forward to a brighter, cleaner, healthier, and more attractive 2022!
Dr. James Kojian knows this all too well.
Dr. Kojian is a specialist in aesthetic medicine, focusing on weight loss in particular. He has seen a sharp increase in the number of people seeking weight loss assistance, and once they start the ball rolling, they’re usually keen to invest in other areas of aesthetic medicine.
According to Dr. James Kojian, “Weight loss is a big part of the puzzle.” He says, “Looking good and feeling good often starts with our weight. Unfortunately, people are not secure in the way that they look. Everyone wants to lose a little more weight or add more muscle. That’s the downside. The upside is that when they make those changes, whether through medical intervention or dietary and lifestyle changes, we often see massive improvements in their mood and overall health.
The pandemic has taken away our self-esteem and confidence. It’s given us an excuse—and a very valid one at that—to focus less on how we look. But that’s beginning to change and I expect we’ll see a huge surge in weight loss books, programs, classes, and treatments during 2022”.
We all put life on hold during 2020 and 2021, and as we move into a new year, it’s looking like the status quo will be resumed.