For someone suffering with severe obesity, doing everything to shed pounds
and work toward a healthy weight isn't just a good idea, it's essential for
Severe obesity leads to a range of potentially debilitating issues; many of them quite serious such as heart failure, stroke, and a much higher risk of developing diabetes, high blood pressure, and even cancer. The medical community's consensus is that bariatric surgery is the best tool to fight severe obesity because it offers the most consistent and effective results of any weight loss method.
Though decreasing the risk of serious illness and dramatically improving one's likely lifespan is reason enough for someone with severe obesity to seek weight loss surgery, there are many lessor known benefits to a bariatric procedure performed by a highly trained expert like Dr. Michael Feiz.
2.Skyrocketing Energy: People who lose weight consistently report having much more energy on a daily basis. The explanation is simple: your body has to work harder if it's carrying around a lot of extra pounds. Decreasing weight also improves oxygen efficiency, which means not being out of breath so easily.
3.More Enjoyable Work-Out Sessions: Exercising will be easier. In addition to increased energy, working out will be less physically demanding and painful. Obese individuals normally experience considerable joint pain and body aching due to the stress the extra weight places on the body. Being slimmer and lighter greater reduces these issues for a better experience.
4.Lower Medical Bills: Because obesity has many associated health conditions, the average obese person spends much more on health care than someone of a normal weight. In 2009, Health Affairs reported the rate is 42% higher. For severely obese individuals, it's a staggering 90% increase over the norm. Much of this is due to the need for prescription medicine. Fortunately, there's a silver lining, many health conditions can improve dramatically or even be remedied by weight loss. Type 2 diabetes, for examples, has been shown to go into remission in many cases.
5.Increased ability to conceive children: A study in the journal, Fertility and Sterility, concluded that obese women are much more likely to face infertility and polycystic ovary syndrome. In addition, obesity has a negative impact on maintaining a healthy pregnancy and is also linked to heath concerns impacting the baby.