Awareness Session on Obesity

How Much Oral Medication Really Helps In Treating An Obese Person?

The rapid growth of people suffering from obesity has led to the discovery of various ways of a cure for obesity. Many obese people try these various ways to reduce their excess weight. The most common way is diet and exercise. But in most cases, lack of time makes it almost impossible to follow a daily routine diet and do exercise regularly. If you are working the whole day or outside your home, you won’t be able to follow your diet. This has led to other means of losing weight which is bariatric surgery and oral medication. Even though medications are sometimes chosen by a lot of obese people, but it doesn’t work much and there are a lot of side effects. It is mostly made in order to alter the chemical balance of an obese person. But most evidence says that it has dangerous side effects like suppressing a person’s appetite. This can be dangerous as your body will

Why Women Are More Prone To Gain Excess Weight

‘Women’s health needs to be in front and center – it often isn’t but it needs to be.’ As rightly said by Cynthia Nixon, a renowned American actress, politician, and activist, women’s health needs much more priority than it gets. Apart from deadly health threats like cancers, one major health condition threatens their health all around the globe is obesity! Today, let’s discuss why women are often more prone to weight gain and how it can be addressed. Weight gain is mostly due to the imbalance of calorie intake and calories burnt. This is true for both men and women. Thus a determined, health-conscious individual of either gender often stays in shape through their life. However, the morphological difference between the genders makes women more susceptible to weight gain. It usually starts with puberty as women’s body begins to develop feminine features like breasts and more prominent thighs and buttocks. These tissues are mostly made up of fat and start