The summer sun may be only be starting to filter through, but it can still rapidly trigger that distressing annual condition; 'body-image melt-down'.
Its symptoms are easy to spot - rising panic as you face the thought of revealing summer clothes and stripping off for the beach, followed by a flurry of activity at the gym which you haven't visited since you took out the membership full of optimism in January.
There's also an uncomfortable, dawning reality that the 'oh all right, just one more then' nutrition and alcohol strategy may not have been the wisest one.
But is this the time to admit defeat and avoid all sun, sea and sand? Or to embark on a starvation diet?
No way, says Sarah-Jane Holt, personal trainer at a Matt Roberts training centre. "This is a great time of year to evaluate your health and set yourself some targets and you're guaranteed to feel better for it.
"There's still time to turn yourself around and getting 'summer ready fast' is one of the most common aims of our clients in July. It can be done."
Follow the experts guide to getting summer ready, the happy and healthy way: