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Attend one of our free bariatric surgery information sessions for:

- The health benefits of weight loss surgery

- Factors that make a person a likely surgical candidate

- An overview of surgical options for weight loss and weight loss expectations

- A chance to meet ILS bariatric surgeons and weight loss team

- An opportunity to complete the initial patient assessment form

 

Schedule a bariatric surgery consultation today at ILS Obesity clinic:

Contact us to register- 9830277777

Attend one of our free bariatric surgery information sessions for:

- The health benefits of weight loss surgery

- Factors that make a person a likely surgical candidate

- An overview of surgical options for weight loss and weight loss expectations

- A chance to meet ILS bariatric surgeons and weight loss team

- An opportunity to complete the initial patient assessment form

 

Schedule a bariatric surgery consultation today at ILS Obesity clinic:

Contact us to register- 9830277777


Type 2 diabetes
Type 2 diabetes More a person tends towards obesity more does he moves towards obesity
Bone and cartilage degeneration (Osteoarthritis)
Bone and cartilage degeneration (Osteoarthritis) Bone and cartilage degeneration (osteoarthritis): obesity increases the risk of osteoarthritis in the joints, especially in the knee joints.
High blood pressure (Hypertension)
High blood pressure (Hypertension) High blood pressure: various factors led to hypertension one among them is obesity, as it produces large amount of insulin and excess insulin leads to hypertension.
Coronary heart disease
Coronary heart disease Coronary heart diseases: obesity is one of the major reasons for cardiovascular risks in human being.
Gallbladder disease
Coronary heart disease The other diseases are like gall bladder disease, high level of cholesterol, respiratory problems, Severe cancers sleep apnea and stroke.
High total cholesterol, high levels of triglycerides (Dyslipidemia)
High total cholesterol, high levels of triglycerides (Dyslipidemia) The primary dyslipidemia related to obesity is characterized by increased triglycerides, decreased HDL levels, and abnormal LDL composition. (Howard BV, Ruotolo G, Robbins DC.).
Respiratory problems
Respiratory problems Obesity can also cause respiratory problems. Breathing is difficult as the lungs are decreased in size and the chest wall becomes very heavy and difficult to lift. (Medical College of Wisconsin).
Several cancers
Several cancers Chance of Breast cancer is reduced by 85%, Chance of Colon cancer is reduced by 70% with the help of Bariatric Surgery.
Sleep apnea
Sleep apnea Obesity has been found to be linked to sleep apnea. Also, weight reduction has been associated with comparable reductions in the severity of sleep apnea. (NHLBI).
Stroke
Stroke Rising obesity rates have been linked to more strokes among women aged 35 to 54.