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  • UB0203
    DEVELOPING THE SKILLS OF
    ACADEMIC NUMERACY AN & NOR AZURA
    DEVELOPING THE SKILLS OF
    ACADEMIC NUMERACY AND IT
    LECTURERS
    DR AZAHARI HAMIDON & NOR AZURA
  • UB0203
    DEVELOPING THE SKILLS OF
    ACADEMIC NUMERACY AND IT
    LECTURERS
    DR AZAHARI HAMIDON & NOR AZURA
  • “OBESITY”
    10T0070 - BIBI NOOR ATIYYAH QAYYIMAH BINTI RAHMAT
    10T0073 - HJH NORHAIDAH BINTI HJ BAHA
    10T0074 - FATIMAH BINTI HJ JAILI
    10T0077 - NUR LIYANA AMALINA BINTI
    SUHAILI
    10T0080 - SITI MAHIRAH BINTI HAJI
    LUKMAN HAKIM
  • CONTENTS
    INTRODUCTION
    WHAT IS OBESITY?
    CONTENTS
    CAUSED BY
    PROBLEMS / EFFECTS
    DATA & STATISTICS
    CAUSES
    PROBLEMS / EFFECTS
    CONCLUSION
    TREATMENT AND PREVENTION
  • WHAT IS OBESITY?
    • Obesity is a medical condition in which excess body fat has accumulated to the extent that it may have an adverse effect on health, leading to reduced life expectancy and/or increased health problems.
    • Is caused by a combination of excessive daily calories.
  • CAUSED BY
    Lack of physical activity
    (30 – 45 minutes / per day)
    Genetic susceptibility
    Genes,
    Endocrine disorders,
    Medications
    Psychiatric illness
    Excessive eating!
  • EFFECTS ON
    Various disease
    Heart disease
    Diabetes type 2
    Cancer
    • Breathing difficulties during sleep (snoring)
    Osteoarthritis
    DEATH AND SHORT LIFE EXPECTANCY
  • OBJECTIVES:
    To know whether or not the fact that obesity could really be a potential risk of health amongst Bruneian.
    To know the public’s general view towards obesity.
    To know their(public) physical activity & eating habits.
  • BMI
    • Body Mass Index
    • Is a measurement which compares weight and height.
    • Defines people as overweight (pre-obese) when their BMI is between 25kg/m2 and 30kg/m2
    • Obese when it is greater than 30kg/m2
    Weight (kilometer) / Height (meter)
    Or
    Weight (pounds or lb) / inches)
  • TYPE OF BMI
    Underweight : > 18.5
    Normal weight : 18.6 – 24.9
    Overweight : 25 – 29.9
    Obesity : 30 <
  • SOLUTION
    Control on your diet. Replace oily foods with steam or boiled food.
    Parents should be concern of their children’s health especially in terms of what they eat. Encourage them to eat healthy food.
    Encourage the children to involved in outdoor activities. Organized sports like running, hiking, cycling etc
    Self discipline.
    For the obese people, it is best for them to get a personal trainer to lose weight in workouts.
  • QUESTION 5DO YOU THINK THAT BEING OVERWEIGHT / OBESE IS A POTENTIAL HEALTH FOR MOST BRUNEIANS?
  • QUESTION 6HOW OFTEN DO YOU EAT FAST FOOD PER WEEK?
  • QUESTION 7HOW OFTEN YOU EAT PROCEED, PRE-PACKAGED FOODS PER WEEK?
  • QUESTION 8HOW MANY TIMES DO YOU CONSUME FIZZY DRINKS PER WEEK?
  • QUESTION 9WHAT IS YOUR PREFERABLE FOOD?
  • QUESTION 10DO YOU HAVE ANY ONE OF YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS HAVE OBESITY?
  • QUESTION 11DO YOU DO EXERCISE EVERYDAY?
  • Question 12how long do you do exercise within a week?
  • QUESTION 13WHAT KIND OF EXERCISE WOULD YOU MOST LIKELY DO?
  • QUESTION 14THE BEST WAY TO REDUCE OBESITY?
  • QUESTION 15THE MAIN REASON FOR OBESE PEOPLE HARDLY TO LOSE WEIGHT?
  • QUESTION 2
  • QUESTION 1
  • QUESTION 3 AND 4
  • PIE CHART
  • PIE CHART