Obese People

How Does Obesity Affects A Person Psychologically

There are many ways a person is affected by obesity, one of them being psychological. It can include self-esteem, anxiety, depression, eating disorders such as binge eating, bulimia and anorexia. Obese or overweight people are many a time looked down upon. It’s easy to feel bad about yourself, to become depressed or anxious when society is made to believe that being obese is wholly undesirable. People go to huge lengths to make themselves socially acceptable. Yoga, exercise, healthy diet can play an effective role in a person’s life for reducing weight but when these fails to work, people tend to go for treatments like weight loss surgery. This method can be very effective when severe obesity affect a person a lot both physically and psychologically. Less Energy, Less Joy Overweight people tend to have less energy than others. It takes them more effort than others to be active. They tend to lead low-activity lifestyles and become sedentary. An unfortunate circle develops

When Should Overweight Person Also Consider Undergoing Weight Loss Surgery

Often people believe that only morbidly obese individuals should undergo weight loss surgery. However, overweight individuals should also consider weight loss surgery to regain a healthy body weight and life ahead. In case you too are overweight and confused about whether or not to consider obesity surgery, we offer some useful tips. 1. When You Have Failed Through Exercise And/Or Dieting In case you have given exercise, weight loss diet a chance and followed the regime wholeheartedly, but it still didn’t yield a significant result, it is an indication that you might need an alternative remedy for weight loss. For some people, these methods just don’t work, no matter what their advertisements say. Even though these methods lead to some weight loss, these extra pounds tends to come back after you stop these intense sessions. Thus, going for permanent weight loss technique is the best alternative. 2. When You Have Associated Illnesses Extra pounds brings many obesity-associated illnesses such as

Physical And Social Problems Faced By Obese People

No one can resist the temptation of having or getting anything extra, can they? It is true for everything, unless, it is body weight. Having excessive body weight brings only complications, with no positive advantages. Here we list out some of the most common physical and social challenges faced by obese people, as stated by our patients undergoing weight loss surgery. Physical Challenges Associated With Obesity 1. Immobility The most challenging and embarrassing problem most obese individual face is the constricted degree of movement. It is extreme in the case of morbidly obese individuals, who might need help for doing even the routine chores. 2. Obesity-Associated Complications Obesity does not come alone, it brings several other conditions as well. These include sleep apnea, osteoarthritis, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, respiratory illness, and many others. Once obesity gets clubbed with these complications, it is even more difficult to shed the extra body weight conventionally. 3. Tremendous Challenges In a Day-To-Day Basis

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