Bariatric Surgery

Suffering From Diabesity – Overcome Both With Weight Loss Surgery

If you are suffering from obesity, you are likely to have high blood sugar too. Sadly, the vice versa is a quite possible scenario as well. Obesity brings many complications if left untreated for a long time. These include complications such as sleep apnea, joint pain, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and many more. However, out of these, the association between obesity and diabetes is the most common and severe. As per bariatric surgeons, this condition is termed as diabesity. Let’s understand how severe is diabesity and how it can be treated with weight loss surgery. What is diabesity? As already mentioned obesity has a strong association with diabetes, particularly type 2. Diabesity is a simple interpretation of Diabetes + Obesity. Diabesity is a condition in which a person suffers from both these metabolic conditions. Either a person becomes obese first and acquires diabetes later or they are diabetic first and become obese eventually. Either way, once someone is diagnosed with

How Obesity Can Complicate Pregnancy And Childbirth

Obesity jeopardizes your health in many aspects, but as per several bariatric surgeons, maternal obesity is particularly risky. Maternal obesity is a condition when you are clinically obese while you are pregnant. It is very common to gain weight during pregnancy, as you nurture the growing baby in your tummy. But maternal obesity is a severe case in which the mother is severely overweight or obese before she becomes pregnant. Obesity can complicate your pregnancy and childbirth in the following ways. Gestational Diabetes Even if you never have high blood sugar previously, obesity can lead to gestational diabetes, which, in turn, can bring several other complications for both you and your baby. Sleep Apnea Obesity adds excess weight around the neck and causes temporary blockage of air reaching the lungs during sleep. Normally it leads to fatigue, but during pregnancy, it can create severe complications. Preeclampsia You can be diagnosed with high blood pressure, which in turn uplifts the risks

Extra Sugar Leads To Extra Weight – 3 Useful Tips To Limit Sugar Consumption

A sprinkle of sugar adds a different flavor to any food, particularly the desserts. No matter how tempting they feel, they have a downside too. Consuming too much sugar can lead to weight gain. Patients who seek weight loss surgery, admits on consuming sugar and sugar-based food routinely. In case you too love having sugar in your everyday diet and wondering how you can cut them off, we offer some simple tips for the same. Avoid sugar-loaded drinks It is very tempting to grab cold drinks, especially during the summers. But these are loaded with calories that are responsible for adding pounds to your belly line. Instead, you can go for infused water or lemonade. These are some healthier options, as these contain much lesser sugar in them. Eat fruits instead of drinking fruit juice Fruit juices are available in every shop these days. Whether you want the juice of mango, guava, litchi, or any other fruits, you can have

Prevent Risks Of Heart Attack And Stroke With Weight Loss Surgery

The number of people seeking weight-loss surgeries is rising these days. People who are morbidly obese are no longer going for unfruitful means like dieting and exercise for a long time and instead are relying on obesity treatment approach. Moreover, people who are classified as overweight or obese are also relying on weight loss surgery to get rid of the other obesity-associated conditions. Heart attack and stroke are two of the most severe associated risks of obesity. Let’s understand how extra bodyweight uplifts the risks of these medical emergencies and how weight loss surgery can reduce the same. How Obesity can Leads To Heart Attack And Stroke Obesity leads to excess fat deposition in the body and as a result, it brings other complications such as high blood sugar level, high blood pressure, and high blood cholesterol, etc. High cholesterol leads to plaque build-up in the blood vessels. This plaque builds up, block the blood flow through the vessels and

Frequently Asked Questions About Obesity Surgery

Obesity is indeed an immense problem in our current lifestyle. Maintaining our weight and staying fit has become a hardship. Whatever we do, whether it’s regular exercise or dieting, sometimes nothing seems to work. Thus, more and more people are seeking out other ways to stay fit. One such way is obesity surgery. But a lot of people do not know what obesity surgery is all about. So, there are a lot of questions that are frequently asked by patients to obesity surgery doctors. In this blog, we will try to answer such frequently asked questions. What Is Obesity Surgery? As the name suggests, obesity surgery or weight loss surgery is a medical procedure which is availed by someone who is obese/overweight to lose the excess weight. This surgery can be done in two ways, open surgery and laparoscopic weight loss surgery. This surgery includes a variety of procedures that reduces the size of the stomach and change the digestive

7 Facts About Obesity Treatment That Everyone Should Know About

Are you struggling with extra body weight and considering some obesity treatment to address it? Certainly, many of you have heard of obesity surgery, but most probably you know very little about it. In fact, as per our finding, there are more myths than facts that revolve around obesity and its treatment. Let’s burst some of the most common myths that surround obesity and its treatment. Myth Obesity is simply a condition, not a disease. Fact Obesity qualifies to be termed as disease, as it deteriorates one’s health and also leads to many other health conditions if it is left untreated. These include diabetes, high blood pressure, heart diseases, respiratory diseases, sleep apnea and many more. Myth Obesity can be addressed effectively with dieting and exercise Fact Losing a few pounds can be successfully done through dieting and vigorous exercise, but it does not work for morbidly obese individuals. So, needless to say, seeking obesity treatment is quite necessary for

Know How Weight Reduction Surgery Helps to Transform People

There are several advanced treatments around us, regarding which people are very little aware of. The benefits of obesity surgery is one of them. Many people who are in desperate need of it, either don’t even know about it or don’t consider it for themselves, due to lack of awareness. Today, we are going to list out how weight loss surgery helps people to transform their lives, by taking reference from the testimonials of the patients undergone obesity surgery at ILS Hospitals Bariatric Care Unit. 1. It Helps Resolve Many Obesity-Associated Illnesses Fat loss surgery has been known to help treat many health conditions that are closely associated with extra body weight. These include high blood pressure, back pain, diabetes, sleep apnea, joint pain and many more. For Dr. Tulika Ghosh, who underwent weight-loss surgery, her conditions were improved, along with loosing more than 32 kgs. In fact, many overweight individuals who are not even obese as per BMI range,

Why Dieting Is Not An Alternative For Obesity Surgery

Food is the best medicine and we all can agree to that as long as we are having healthy fruits and vegetable as our food. Indeed, having the right food at the right time is what we all need to avoid many diseases and have a sound body and mind. Avoiding a certain type of food is also crucial to maintain good health. For instance, avoiding much sugary food items will help you control diabetes and avoiding fatty food will help to cut off excess calories. In fact, dieting is quite a common approach to cut extra calories and attain weight loss. But as per many obesity doctors, it does not work for overweight or obese people and in fact, can bring, unwanted complications instead. Let’s understand how. Food is like a fuel that gives us the energy to carry out our everyday work. Our food ideally should consist of ideal proportions of carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins, minerals, and even fat.

Weight Loss Surgery Will Ultimately Motivate You Towards A Healthier Lifestyle

In India alone, one in every 5 individual is either overweight or obese. Thankfully, modern medical marvel such as bariatric surgery is extremely helpful to fight obesity. At ILS Hospitals Bariatric Care Unit, we are all dedicated to improvising numerous lives all around the year. Even though many people are becoming more and more aware of this medical condition and obesity treatment options, not everyone understands how it helps people to stay healthy even after the surgery. So, today, some of our leading bariatric surgeons answer the same for you. Bariatric surgery or more commonly known as weight loss surgery is an invasive technique to make either temporary or permanent changes in the digestive tract of obese individuals. It is a safe and effective technique to overcome obesity. Bariatric surgery works positively, in 2 ways- psychologically and physically. How It Helps Psychologically? Obesity surgery is a major operation that gives the individual insights into their life. As per many bariatric

How Obesity Surgery Can Help You Get Relieve From Excess Weight & Associated Joint Pain

Obesity has many associated complications and joint pain is one of them. Though lots of people, particularly the ones aging above 50-60 years often complain about having joint pain, it onsets much earlier for obese individuals. Let’s find out how obesity causes joint pain along with its treatment, in the form of obesity surgery. How Obesity can Lead to Joint Pain? The human body is a complex structure in which the skeletal system is designed in such a manner that it can hold the body weight properly and maintain proper position. Under normal condition, the skeletal system does not get burden with bodyweight, unless it is due to some medical condition, accidental injury or the natural degradation of bones due to aging. But things change when you are including obesity into the picture. Obesity is a medical condition, in which an individual accumulates excessive body weight. This extra body weight exerts additional pressure on the bone structure. It is most

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