Do you see fat and carbs all around you? Have you noticed that there is butter in most of the dishes? When there is both – elevator and stairs – how many people would like to take the stairs? Quite a few, right!
A majority of the people don’t want to put those extra efforts to remain fit and healthy. Foodies can’t compromise on their love for junk and soft drinks. Others complain of not getting enough time out of their busy schedules and sedentary lifestyles! As a result, we are seeing more obese people around us, in colleges, on the streets, kids in schools and our office colleagues!
So what exactly is obesity? Is it just being overweight? Both the terms ‘overweight’ and ‘obese’ refer to a condition of being over the weight considered healthy for a given height and age. However, it’s your body mass index (BMI) that decides if you are merely overweight or obese. Obesity obviously poses a greater threat to your health.
Symptoms of Obesity
Excessive weight gain and extra fatty tissue are obviously the major signs of obesity. Excess weight gain leads to multiple symptoms that manifest over a period of time and become increasingly prominent. These include running out of breath even with minor exertion, lethargy, tiredness, snoring, difficulty in sleeping, excessive perspiration, pain in joints like knees, hips and the back, rashes in the folds of skin such as in the groins, between thighs, below breasts, etc., depression, low self esteem or depression, always feeling hot and daytime sleepiness.
Patients may also manifest symptoms of diseases such as heart disease, hypertension, stroke, cancer, gallbladder disease, type 2 diabetes, etc.
Causes of obesity can be numerous. These include
Complications of Obesity
Carrying excess weight has harmful effects in the long run. People in whom the fat builds up mostly around the abdomen (apple-shaped obesity) are at greater risk of developing complications as compared to those in whom the fat accumulates around the hips (pear-shaped obesity). Some potential complications of obesity include Type 2 diabetes, lipid abnormalities – high cholesterol and triglycerides, high blood pressure, strokes, depression, heart diseases, osteoarthritis (especially of the knees), infertility, irregular menses, sleep apnea, cancer, gallbladder disease, fatty liver disease, impaired quality of life, personal and social issues on a mental and physical level.
Homeopathy Treatment for Obesity
Homeopathy is a holistic and safe way to overcome obesity without side-effects. Successful programs for weight reduction and maintenance include homeopathic treatment along with an exercise schedule and a diet plan prepared by qualified nutritionists leading to tangible results like normal BMR, normalized body water percentage and reduction in body fat.
International clinical trials have shown that homeopathic medicines for overweight/obesity act as fat burners; they stimulate and hasten the body’s metabolic process, without causing side- effects.
Homeopathic medicines also correct the underlying problems such as overeating, stress, and endocrinal problems. For optimal results, homeopathy distils the person’s physical, mental, emotional and psychological aspects, including sensitivities and sensibilities to bring about a healthy, long-lasting change towards healthy weight. This results not in suppression or recurrence of the problem, after cessation of a given treatment plan, but natural, holistic restoration of health and well-being to a potential level.
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