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    1. 1. HEALTHCONSEQUENCES OFOBESITYRyan Jensen
    2. 2. • Obesity leads to 300,000 deaths/year• Has many negative consequences • High Blood Pressure • Diabetes • Heart Disease • High Cholesterol • Stroke • ArthritisOVERVIEW
    3. 3. • Heart must work to pump blood to excess body tissue• Can result in • Heart attack • Angina/chest pain • Stroke • AtherosclerosisHIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
    4. 4. • Blood clot stops flow to heartHeart Attacks • Kills heart muscle • Bradycardia- Heart beats too slow Arrhythmia • Tachycardia-Heart beats too fast • Heart isn’t pumping blood well enough toHeart Failure meet body’s need for blood and oxygen Heart Valve • Stenosis- valve doesn’t open enough Problems • Regurgitation- valve doesn’t completely closeHEART DISEASE
    5. 5. • Blood clot in the brain• Kills cells in areaSTROKES
    6. 6. Kind of Cases as aObesity Cancer Result ofcauses Obesity100,000 Breast Cancer 33,000 per yearcancer Endometrial 21,000 per year Cancercases Colorectal Cancer 13,000 per yeareach year Other Forms of 33,000 per year CancerOBESITY AND CANCER
    7. 7. • Joint pain• Osteoarthritis, particularly in the knees• Sleep apnea• Asthma• Metabolic SyndromeOTHER ISSUES ASSOCIATEDWITH OBESITY
    8. 8. • Obesity is a leading cause of death in US• Risks include • Heart disease • Diabetes • High blood pressure • Cancer• Losing weight can drastically improve ones healthSUMMARY
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