Obesity and Heart Disease: What’s the connection?
The outbreak of obesity has become widely known worldwide, with many nations having seen a rise in obesity rates since the 1980s. Obesity is a direct contributor to the development of many health conditions such as cardiovascular diseases, dyslipidemia, type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and sleep disorders. So, it is commonly accepted that being overweight can have a negative effect on one's heart health. There is a significant amount of clinical
Can obesity lead to Sleep Apnea ? How can Bariatric Surgery help it ?
When a person has sleep apnea, their natural sleep cycle is disrupted as they stop breathing for a brief period of time (stops breathing for a few seconds) while they are asleep. In addition to having symptoms like snoring, gasping, or choking while they sleep, people with this disorder frequently wake up feeling tired and unrefreshed. The cause of obstructive sleep apnea can be attributed to various reasons such as obesity,
Keto diet vs bariatric Surgery: Can They Replace One Another?
The keto diet, the recent approach for weight loss, has become popular and a viable option for many people looking to reduce extra calories these days. However, a major question for bariatric surgery patients is whether a keto diet can be a suitable substitute for the surgery. A keto diet is a low-carb, high-fat dietary pattern that favors the use of fat as energy. It means, it primarily limits carbohydrate intake
Loose skin after Bariatric Surgery – What to know?
If you are considering weight loss surgery in Hyderabad, you are likely dreaming of the transformations your body will undergo: losing weight, more visible curves, and feeling more vibrant. You may also think of the foods you can enjoy, the clothes that will fit and the activities you can participate in. In the process, you may also think of the concerns about the possibilities for loose skin following bariatric surgery as
Gastric Balloon vs Lap Band
Gastric balloons and lap bands are two revolutionary weight-loss procedures with advanced technology. The gastric balloon is a minimally invasive procedure where a deflated balloon is inserted into the stomach and then filled with a sterile saline solution. As a result of this procedure, a person consumes less food. A lap band is a more invasive procedure, where a band is placed around the top of the stomach to create
Everything you need to know about Gastric Ballon Implant Cost
Do you know there are techniques for losing weight without undergoing surgery or sweating for hours in the gym? We hope that most of you wish you could lose weight without spending hours at the gym. Thinking of ways to get what we want quickly is human nature, but only sometimes it may be possible to find shortcuts in every situation. However, a short procedure to lose weight without spending hours
What causes Hair Loss after Bariatric Surgery and What can be done ?
It is not uncommon to experience increased hair loss in the months following bariatric surgery. It is one of the side effects of any significant weight loss procedure and bariatric surgery. Your body can be adversely affected by nutrient deficiencies, stress, and hormonal imbalances — all these factors can be caused by weight loss surgery, restrictive diets, and rapid weight loss. For most people, the effects of hair loss are generally
5 must known Myths and Facts about Bariatric Surgery
Bariatric surgery is a surgical procedure which helps to lose weight for those who are severely overweight or obese. It is a type of weight-loss treatment that involves making changes to your stomach and small intestine to limit the amount of food you eat which in turn helps you to absorb fewer calories from the consumed food. Bariatric surgery is typically recommended for people who have a body mass index (BMI)
Gallstones after Bariatric Surgery – How to reduce the risk of Gallstone formation?
Side effects after undergoing major surgeries are common and developing gallstones after bariatric surgery is one of the side effects in some people. However, it can be managed if proper care is taken. In rare cases, if the severity of the problem increases, the gallbladder might need to be removed. Gallstones Gallstones are hard, pebble-like deposits that form in the gallbladder or other parts of the biliary tract. They are made up
Pregnancy After Bariatric Surgery
It is possible to become pregnant after bariatric surgery, although women should wait at least 16-18 months after their surgery before trying to conceive. During this time, women should focus on achieving and maintaining their goal weight and monitoring their nutritional status. Women who become pregnant after bariatric surgery need to pay special attention to their nutritional status, as deficiencies in vitamins and minerals are more common in this population. It