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When you are trying to lose weight, you may experience a lot of difficulties with ineffective weight-loss procedures. So it isn’t unpredictable that many people are in search of safe and effective weight loss procedures like a gastric balloon and other bariatric procedures to help them lose their extra weight. Despite their similarities, there are some significant differences between these procedures, and each may provide better results for a particular

It has been said that obesity plays a significant role in the development of Hiatal hernias and ventral incisional hernias. Surgical procedures for repairing hernias during bariatric surgery are controversial. Many people are not aware that sleeve gastrectomy also known as gastric sleeve surgery (weight loss surgery) can be done in combination with hiatal hernia repair surgery. For patients suffering from morbid obesity who need both hernia repair and gastric sleeve surgery,

Obesity and mental health issues are two intertwined topics that have become increasingly prevalent in recent years. The rise in both of these issues has been linked to the modern lifestyle and the pressures of the digital age. While obesity is often viewed as a physical issue, it can have both physical and mental health implications. Yes, obesity can lead to mental health issues. People who are obese are more

After having weight loss surgery or bariatric surgery, you will not start losing your excess weight right away because it is just the initial step in the weight loss process, and you must still follow certain guidelines after surgery in order to achieve desired results. When you've tried all other methods and have not been able to lose weight, weight loss surgery may be the best option for you. Although surgery

If obesity is posing a greater threat to your health and well-being and even after following the remedies like proper diet, regular exercise, and medicine doesn’t help to reduce the weight, considering bariatric surgery to lose weight might be a good choice. Over the past decade, millions of people in India chose to undergo Bariatric Surgery as a part of their weight-loss journey. Most people considered undergoing sleeve gastrectomy or

Approximately 8.2% of women in India suffer from PCOS - Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. PCOS is a hormonal (endocrine) disorder and most women with PCOS experience infertility. Almost 50% of women with PCOS also suffer from obesity, even though it is not a condition that is exclusive to those who are overweight.  In most cases, if you lose 5 to 10% of your body weight, you will reduce PCOS symptoms and have

The obesity epidemic in India is growing at an alarming rate, and it is estimated that by 2030 millions of the adult population will be obese. It is estimated that childhood obesity has more than doubled in the past 30 years, while the number of obese adolescents has increased by fourfold. In 2015, it was estimated that over 30% of children (ages 2-19) were considered obese. There are many factors that

Your quality of life can be improved in many ways after bariatric surgery. Among its many benefits, its ability to influence fertility and pregnancy in a positive way is a boon to women. So pregnancy is safe after bariatric surgery (weight-loss surgery), moreover, you might be in better health to conceive. Following bariatric surgery, you will need some time to recover and adapt to the new diet and lifestyle changes that

Being obese or overweight has become a major concern for millions of people all over the world — it also has a great negative impact on their self-esteem and overall health. Even though having access to a variety of weight loss options or methods, some people are resistant to healthy diets and exercise; obesity has become a way of life for them. Well, bariatric surgeries, also called weight-loss surgeries, can help

Researchers have discovered that weight loss surgery (bariatric surgery) can cure type 2 diabetes because the surgery can help in reducing blood sugar levels. Our digestive system breaks down the food we consume daily. Then the carbohydrates are extracted from the digested food and converted into glucose – a type of sugar that is an essential energy source for our body cells.  Later the glucose is entered into the bloodstream and transported