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Tel: 1900113 – 1900100 – 0173123789

What is obesity : 

What is obesity Obesity is a medical condition in which excess body fat has accumulated to the extent that it may have an adverse affect on health. It is defined by body mass index (BMI) and percentage body fat.

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BMI Body mass index or BMI is a simple and widely used method for estimating body fat mass BMI is calculated by dividing the subject's mass by the square of his or her height. W: weigh H: height You are an Obese or not?

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BODY FAT PERCENTAGE Body fat percentage is total body fat expressed as a percentage of total body weight. It is generally agreed that men with more than 25% body fat and women with more than 33% body fat are obese. Body fat percentage can be estimated from a person's BMI by the following formula: Body fat % = (1.2 * BMI) + (0.23 * age) − 5.4 − (10.8 * gender) (gender is 0 if female and 1 if male)

What cause obesity? : 

What cause obesity?

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Anxiety and poor diet Accumulating 7500 calories is to accumulate more than 1 kilogram overweight. Your body stores these excess calories as fat. It could seriously endanger your health.

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Junk food, biscuits, sweets, cakes, pastries, desserts, delicious foods with ketchup or mustard mayonnaise which are high in calories, fat and sugar, are friends of obesity. Consuming too much alcohol also generate obesity.

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Sedentary lifestyle: A sedentary lifestyle plays a significant role in obesity. Lack of exercise of physical activities can lead to weight gain.

Genetics : : 

Genetics : Obesity family

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Certain physical and mental illnesses and the pharmaceutical substances used to treat them can increase risk of obesity. Medical illness:

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There are some psychiatric illnesses which can cause obesity: stressful life, events or changes; family or friend problems, low self-esteem, depression. Psychiatric illness:

What are effects of obesity : 

What are effects of obesity

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How to prevent obesity

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Non- Surgical Treatment

Diet Modification : 

Diet Modification Whether you are trying to lose weight, you must improve your eating habits. Eat a variety of foods, especially pasta, rice. You should also eat lots of fruits and vegetables. Food group Vegetables Eating diet

Exercise Plan : 

Exercise Plan Making physical activity a part of your daily life is an important way to help control your weight. Try to do at least 30 minutes every day. One of the best ways to lose body fat is through regular aerobic exercise, such as walking, stair climbing or swimming. video exercise picture video picture exercise video picture

Medicines : 

Medicines Medicines for obesity work in different ways. Depending on the medicine, they make you feel full sooner, limit your body's ability to absorb fat, or control binge eating. Picture

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Over the years, weight-loss surgery has proven to be a successful method for the treatment of morbid obesity. The surgical methods have changed over the years but can be divided into gastric (stomach) restrictive procedures and gastrointestinal (intestinal) bypass procedures Surgical Treatment

Gastric (stomach) restrictive procedures : 

Gastric (stomach) restrictive procedures The gastric restrictive procedures are performed in many medical centers. One of the most widely used procedures is the vertical banded gastroplasty (VBG) sometimes with additional reinforcement of a small silastic ring.

Gastrointestinal (intestinal) bypass procedure : 

Gastrointestinal (intestinal) bypass procedure This procedure involves decreasing the size of the stomach by stapling across the top of the stomach and then bringing-up and attaching a portion of the small intestine directly to the stomach. This surgery is much better tolerated than the "old" intestinal bypass but still results in significant complications, such as vitamin and mineral deficiencies, and may lead to osteoporosis in the long-term.

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IT’S NOT ENOUGH! Tel: 1900113 – 1900100 Fax: 0673114115

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Heart disease Diabetes Stroke

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Cancer cell

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Fat tissue

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Change eating habits

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