Medicine is in constant development, and the number of possibilities today seems unlimited. Aesthetic surgery seems to work like magic - quickly, effortlessly, and impeccably beautiful results. Thus, many people misunderstand the essence of bariatric surgery and perceive it only as an effective way to lose weight.

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Obesity is a disease that is constantly increasing and widespread in all countries of the world. This is a phenomenon caused by unhealthy eating habits, mainly based on the consumption of high-calorie and sugary foods, and a sedentary lifestyle. The instrument is currently most used to define an obese person is the BMI (Body Mass Index). If the result obtained exceeds the value of 30, it is obesity.

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If we feel stressed, always tired and fatigued it could be the fault of a problem in the endocrine system, responsible for the good functioning of many vital organs and mechanisms in our body. It has an essential impact in the hormonal circulation and the regulation of energy balance, metabolism, mood, growth, and development, sexual functions, etc.

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Obesity in child is on the rise and if your child is suffering from this malicious weight gain, you need to take note of this piece. Obesity in children is causing the worst lifestyle pattern among the children at a very young age. The problems like snoring, refraining from any outdoor activity and even the abnormal time cycle for periods in female teens is a huge cause of worry.

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Obesity is a chronic disease that often lasts for decades. It is unlikely that in just one hour, which is performed on operations to reduce the volume of the stomach, you can completely change the patient's lifestyle and his eating habits. Bariatric surgery can be compared to a (manual) instrument that allows the patient to cope with losing excess weight and maintaining a new weight. Achieving the result will take time also after bariatric surgery.

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Not every case of obesity sees a person getting rotund literally from head to toe. The human body, unfortunately, has a knack for picking up some really unforgiving obesity patterns; skinny fat is one of them. People who are skinny fat have most of their fat accumulated in the midriff section. Add to that the less amount of lean muscle in the body only aggravates their body and physique aesthetically.

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First and foremost, we must get a fair sense as to what weight loss surgery is. Weight loss surgery is also known as bariatric surgery, a procedure is done in the bariatric surgery Hospitals in India to help people who are very overweight and can't lose weight on normal diet and exercise plans.

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If you need total hip or knee replacement surgery, and your weight is significantly higher than recommended, your doctor may advise you to lose weight before your surgery. Although you may feel healthy and in good physical condition with your current weight, studies indicate that a patient having BMI greater than 40 is more likely to have serious complications during and after surgery than a normal-weight patient.

 

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The stomach is the focus of life, an indicator of a healthy body and youth. For various reasons, the stomach loses its elastic form over time: as a result of age-related changes, obesity, or childbirth, we lose our former attractiveness. To improve the appearance and raise self-esteem- make a tummy tuck- abdominoplasty.

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Obesity is widespread nowadays and has reached epidemic proportions all over the world, and at least 2.8 million people die each year from overweight. Although previously considered a problem confined to high-income countries, obesity is now also prevalent in low- and middle-income countries and is defined by the World Health Organization as a condition of excessive fat accumulation in adipose tissue, which can affect health.

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