We can offer some general tips that may be helpful for addressing morbid obesity. It's crucial to consult with your healthcare professional for personalized advice tailored to your specific situation. Here are some general tips:

  1. Seek Professional Guidance: Consult with your healthcare professional, such as a doctor, dietitian, or nutritionist, to create a personalized plan based on your health condition, medical history, and specific needs.

  2. Balanced Diet: Adopt a balanced and nutritious diet. Focus on whole foods like fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains. Avoid or limit processed foods, sugary beverages, and excessive calorie intake.

  3. Portion Control: Be mindful of portion sizes to avoid overeating. Eating smaller, more frequent meals throughout the day may help regulate hunger and control calorie intake. Eat from a smaller plate for psychological satisfaction.

  4. Regular Physical Activity: Incorporate regular physical activity into your routine. Start with activities that you enjoy and gradually increase the intensity and duration as your fitness level improves. Make physical activity a habit.

  5. Behavioral Changes: Address emotional and behavioral aspects of eating. Identify triggers for overeating and develop healthier coping mechanisms, such as stress management or seeking support from a specialist or friends and family.

  6. Hydration: Drink plenty of water throughout the day (1.5-2 l). Sometimes, the body can mistake thirst for hunger, so staying well-hydrated may help manage food intake.

7. Sleep: Ensure you get an adequate amount of quality sleep. Poor sleep can affect hormones related to hunger and may contribute to weight gain.

8. Medical Interventions: In some cases, medical interventions such as bariatric or weight loss surgery may be considered. These options should only be pursued under the guidance of healthcare professionals.

9. Regular Monitoring: Keep track of your progress, including dietary habits, physical activity, and weight changes. Regular monitoring can help you stay accountable and make necessary adjustments. Make a diary or use apps.

10. Lifestyle Changes: Adopt sustainable lifestyle changes rather than relying on short-term solutions. This may involve creating a long-term plan for healthy eating and regular exercise. Get off the 'dieting' and 'all or nothing' mindset. Implement lifestyle changes one by one not to get tired and exausted from your own plans. 

Remember, these tips are general guidelines, and it's essential to consult with a healthcare professional for personalized advice and guidance tailored to your specific health needs and circumstances.