Gastric Bypass

Everything You Need To Know About Metabolic Surgery

There are always some confusions regarding the difference between bariatric surgery and metabolic surgery. Bariatric surgery is done only on people who are obese with a BMI above 35. Metabolic surgery is especially for those people who with even lower BMI of 30 and is diabetic. Metabolic syndrome is diagnosed if there are presence of at least two to three of the factors mentioned below: Abdominal obesity or excess fat in the stomach area along with other factors as well is a reason for metabolic syndrome. This excess fat can lead to heart disease. A high triglycerides level is a type of fat found in the blood. A high HDL cholesterol level, also known as good cholesterol, if is low can also raise the risk of heart disease. High blood pressure can lead to plaque build-up and heart disease. Presence of high blood sugar can also be an early sign of type-2 diabetes. If any of these two or three

Laparoscopic Gastric Banding – How It Works

When it comes to the causes of obesity, what are we eating is as crucial as how much we are eating. The size of the stomach is, thus, a crucial factor for weight gain, as the stomach is the storage house of the food and digestion. As per obesity surgeries, larger the stomach, the more food it stores and simultaneously influence how much food we crave for (mostly high-calorie added food) and for obvious reasons, mindless eating and lack of exercise lead us to obesity. Let’s discuss, the exact working principle of laparoscopic gastric banding, a weight loss surgery procedure that works on the principle of restricting the stomach size. How Gastric Banding Works? As we eat food, it passes through our food pipe and reaches the stomach. Gradually, it moves along the small and large intestines and finally gets out of the body as waste. The gastric band is a weight reduction procedure that works on the restriction principle.

5 Types of Weight Correction Surgeries: Risks and Benefits

Are you struggling with obesity? Then know that according to a research, obese or overweight people pose a higher risk of premature death. Worried? Don’t be, as weight correction surgeries are at your rescue! Of course, surgery is not recommended for every overweight patient. So how do you know if weight loss surgery is right for you? Well, weight loss surgery is right for you, if – You are overweight Your BMI is more than 32 with a serious obesity-related condition You are committed to making a dramatic change in lifestyle You are ready to make changes in the way you eat after surgery Different types of weight loss surgery With weight loss surgeries, your doctor makes changes to your small intestine or stomach. Here we will discuss some of most common weight correction methods – 1. Gastric Bypass In this procedure, the surgeon leaves a tiny part of the stomach, known as the pouch. As the pouch is not

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