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Quick Survey To Obesity

Obesity is the accumulation of excess fat in our body and its deposition in hypoderm, omentum and tissue and other organs.

The causes of obesity is a metabolic disorder: the process of fat formation from food nutrients comes faster than the fat breakdown process. Common obesity is due to excessive eating habits, low physical activity and genetic factors. It should be noted, however, that "family obesity" blames the family's dietary tradition from a genetic background.

Obesity is shown to be a significant weight gain. If one continues to eat too much, the disease will occur. It occurs because adipose tissue is formed which requires nutrition, and which leads to an increase in appetite.

But obesity means more than just problems with our bodies. Changes in metabolism and increased load on the bones and joints to serious changes in the musculoskeletal system, accompanied by pain. If obesity-related respiratory failure is inevitable, it may cause lung and heart failure. Obesity contributes to the evolution of diabetes, cholelithiasis, atherosclerosis, hypertension, myocardial infarction and many other diseases. Scientific studies show that the average life expectancy of obese people is below average.

Basic treatment for obesity is a strict diet. The diet should be prescribed by a doctor who takes into account all our specific medical conditions and disease conditions. Diets need to be combined with special physical activity aimed at increasing significant metabolic costs, as well as stimulating our respiratory, cardiovascular and other respiratory systems. Any medical treatment with suppressing appetite, along with any type of hunger or fasting day should be carried out only under expert control. Any kind of self-treatment can endanger our health and lead to an increase in metabolism.

Prevention of obesity is a forehanded treatment of metabolic disorders, systematic sports and diets that perfectly complement our metabolic costs.


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