Obesity Surgery

Night Eating Syndrome And Its Effect On Your Weight

Some people have the habit of waking up at night and eating snacks. This is known as the night eating syndrome. Night eating syndrome is a very common problem found in many people. This syndrome can lead to several other complications. One such complication is obesity. Read on to find out how night eating syndrome can lead to or increase obesity and how obesity treatment can help. Symptoms There are several symptoms of night eating syndrome: If you don’t feel hungry in the morning. If you prefer to eat between the normal dinner time and your sleeping time. If you are suffering from insomnia at least four to five days every week. If you get the feeling that eating is necessary before going to sleep or if you suddenly wake up in the middle of the night and eat. If you feel depressed more and more as the evening grows on. Causes Unfortunately, there is no exact cause known for

Is Obesity Surgery Helpful For Women With Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome?

Obesity is not only a problem in itself, but it also brings a lot of complications along with it. People who opt for obesity surgery, do it in the as the surgery helps not only reduce their weight but also helps to manage the other problems. One such complication is a polycystic ovarian syndrome. What is PCOS? More than 1 million women in India suffer from this condition every year. PCOS or also known as Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a complication that is found in many obese women who are of reproductive age. When a cyst is formed on the outer edges of enlarged ovaries affecting the hormone levels, it is known as PCOS. Women suffering from this condition produce higher amounts of male hormones than the normal level. This causes irregularity in menstrual cycle and infertility. In later stages, it can also cause diabetes. What are the symptoms of PCOS? There are several symptoms that will help you recognise

Impact Of Obesity On Bones And How Weight Loss Surgery Can Help

Obesity is becoming an epidemic and a lot of people are now concerned about it. Not only it’s not a healthy way of living your life but also if you are not in shape every single part of your body starts getting affected. Whether it’s the belly, hip and thighs or your muscles and tissues. ILS Bariatric Care, a renowned hospital for weight loss surgery, in Kolkata says that fat is a necessity for your whole system. But, too much fat can become a trouble and that too very quickly and it can affect your bones too. The interlinking relation between bone mass and fat mass is quite complex. On one hand, body mass does act as a protective layer for the bones and has a positive effect on bone formation. But on the other hand, it works only to some point. When a person starts to gain weight, it also affects their bone structure. Especially abdominal fat, which is

Lifestyle Changes You Need To Make Post Bariatric Surgery

Both people suffering from obesity and people undergoing bariatric surgery are increasing in number every year. A lot of people have a general idea that once you opt for bariatric surgery, their obesity and the obesity-related problem will just disappear. But, obesity surgery is just the initial phase of losing weight. You need to take a lot of care after surgery and make some major changes in your lifestyle in order to make the surgery a success. Physically and psychologically, you will need to adjust a lot after the surgery. You will need to be cautious about everything that you do. You will be losing more weight for the next 3-6 months post-surgery. During that time, you may feel tired and weary a lot. The most important thing becomes your dietary guidelines. Whatever unhealthy foods you were eating, all will need to be removed from the diet. Since you will need to eat meals in small portions scheduling your eating

The Interlinking Relation Between Obesity And Sleep Apnoea

There are many complications that are related to obesity like high cholesterol, heart diseases, cancer etc. Another such complication is sleep apnoea. Obesity surgery goes a long way to cure these complications but before that let’s understand what sleep apnoea is! What is sleep apnoea? Sleep Apnoea is a disorder where a blocked airways lead to disrupted breathing and excessive snoring during sleep. But this complication is mostly seen in older obese people. How Weight Gain Leads to Sleep Apnoea? While not everyone who is overweight has sleep apnoea, though putting on extra pounds does increase the chance of having the disorder. It can cause fat to accumulate in the neck area. Obstructing breathing and which in turns to leads to sleep apnoea. How Sleep Apnoea Can Also Cause Weight Gain? Not everyone who has sleep apnoea might be obese. But having sleep apnoea can also contribute to gain more pounds Poor sleep quality influences the production of hormones related

Effects Of Obesity On Children And How Weight Reduction Surgery Can Help

Childhood obesity has become a serious medical condition that affects children and adolescents. Childhood obesity is very concerning because the extra weight makes the children prone to serious health problems that mostly used to be considered as adult problems like diabetes, high cholesterol and high blood pressure. There are several ways that a child is affected by obesity. Diabetes Type 2 diabetes is a condition in which your body doesn’t metabolize glucose properly. Diabetes can lead to eye disease, nerve damage and kidney dysfunction. Children who are overweight tend to develop type 2 diabetes. Heart Disease High cholesterol and high blood pressure raise the risk of future heart disease in obese children. Foods that are high in fat and salt may cause cholesterol and blood pressure levels to rise. Heart attack and stroke are two potential complications of heart disease. Sleep Disorders Kids and teens who are obese may also suffer from sleep disorders, such as excessive snoring and sleep

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

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

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