Awareness regarding health has increased a lot in the last decade. Health problems associated with obesity or overweight are well documented and promoted in the media. Nearly one-third of Indians are either overweight or obese. Today in this blog, you will learn about one often seen problem due to excess weight - back pain, especially lower back pain. One kilogram of weight adds four times the pressure on the spine.
At present, the COVID-19 pandemic is the most urgent global health crisis and the most serious threat to public health that we have ever seen. In light of the current clinical research evidence, the elderly and those with certain underlying diseases, especially diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and obesity, are at greater risk of developing severe complications from COVID-19. In addition to following the precautions issued by health authorities, it is recommended to
Obesity or being overweight are considered to be the fifth most common risk factors for death worldwide. At least 2.8 million adults die each year from chronic obesity, in both developed and developing countries. Morbid obesity is associated with several comorbidities that can seriously affect the patient's health. These include diabetes, dyslipidemia, obstructive sleep apnea, high blood pressure and pain in the knee joints and back. However, the combination of
Mediterranean diet has become a trend in the world of health and wellness. It is said to work wonders for the heart, weight loss, inflammation, and diabetes. If the latest research results are believed, the Mediterranean diet can prevent overeating, obesity and liver disease. The study was published in the journal for obesity. The Mediterranean diet is not a single diet but inspired by the diets of southern European countries. The