Monday, 20 May 2013

Ouch! Obese...

Human body and psychology is an area where study always continues… And conclusions can never be arrived at. With time, we are also evolving. The fittest are surviving and life is going on…

In the process of bridging life and death, we tend to fall sick. Some illnesses are basic, temporary and natural. But some swallow the precious life itself and some are more psychological.

To confess, hospitals make me feel sick. The sheer aura trembles me. I feel as if tension always lingers around and makes life miserable.

Hospitals are such an irony. When some lot will be cheering for being gifted with a healthy newborn, some others will be mourning.

In any case, diseases and unwellness are unavoidable and thankfully, today we find a solution for almost all the health problems.

Pizzas and junk foods… Extended working hours… Video games… Electronic devices and private vehicles… These have contributed to one of the biggest threat that man-kind is exposed to… Obesity! Yes, you heard me right…

Everybody longs to be as fit as the fiddle. But there are many who are obese.

And I believe that obesity is epidemic. If it is not treated on time, the consequences that would follow could be dangerous. 

Wikipedia say:
“Obesity is a medical condition in which excess body fat has accumulated to the extent that it may have an adverse effect on health, leading to reduced life expectancy and/or increased health problems. Obesity increases the likelihood of various diseases, particularly heart diseasetype 2 diabetesobstructive sleep apnea, certain types of cancer, andosteoarthritis

As you can see, obesity plays as a gateway for innumerous diseases. I agree that regular work-outs and balanced diets are imperative to fight obesity. But not all that time!

For such people Bariatric surgery is a boon. Obesity can be overcome under expert supervision. Therfore, chances of going wrong and losing one’s life is minimal. On the other hand, it will act as a helping hand in winning the lost self-confidence and self-respect!

Thanks to the advanced technologies in the field of medicines… !

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