Dangers Associated With Over Weight


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Many people are concerned about how much they weigh and what they can do to enable them weigh exactly as they want. Weight of an individual is closely associated with fat content in the body of the individual. Weighing too much will most likely mean high fat levels in the body, a case commonly known as obese. Presence of too much fat in the body can give an individual those body shapes they do not want. In order to have the right body shape, many people are considering many ways they can achieve weight loss.
Many of the weight loss options available in the society can be harmful to an individual and others are known not to help much. The process of losing excess fat in the body should not greatly affect normal routines of an individual. Having methods that are easy to incorporate into the daily routine will ensure success of the process.

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Dangers Associated With Over Weight

  1. 1. DANGERS ASSOCIATED WITH OVER WEIGHT <br />Over weight also known as obesity can lead to many health problems to people. scientific research studies have proven beyond reasonable doubt that obesity is harmful to the human body. Furthermore the scientific research details that obesity shortens an individual’s life span on earth. <br />Obesity lays a fertile ground for illness such as diabetes, stroke, coronary artery disease, hypertension, high cholesterol, and kidney and gallbladder disorders to a person and ultimately death. Obesity may increase the risk for some types of cancer. It is also a risk factor for the development of osteoarthritis and sleep apnea. <br />The association of weight to many chronic and acute medical and emotional problems is very impressive and often resented in the public sector. People should pay attention to these associations or relationships to overweight then the weight problems that exist in society will be resolved. These problems truly affect even those who are not over weight. <br />Many diseases are associated with overweight and obesity. People who are morbidly obese are even at greater risks. Overweight and obese individuals (BMI of 25 and above) are at increased risk for physical ailments such as high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, high blood lipid levels, type 2 non-insulin diabetes, insulin resistance with elevated insulin blood levels, glucose intolerance, coronary heart disease, chest pain (angina pectoris), congestive heart failure, stroke, gallbladder disease with gallstone, and gallbladder infections, osteoarthritis, obstructive sleep apnea and or other respiratory problems, gout, skin rashes and diseases (heat rash and intertrigo etc.), orthopedic problems (limb and joint stress etc.), some types of cancer (such as endometrial, breast, prostate, and colon), complications of pregnancy, poor female reproductive health (such as menstrual irregularities, infertility, irregular ovulation), bladder control problems (such as stress incontinence), Uric acid nephrolithiasis, psychological disorders (such as depression, eating disorders, distorted body image, and low self esteem).<br />Therefore after learning the dangers of overweight donot lose hope I have come up with an elite weight loss package which will help you in your journey to reduce your body weight. <br />Even if you have struggled at losing weight in the past or have had enough and given up. 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It is also a risk factor for the development of osteoarthritis and sleep apnea. The association of weight to many chronic and acute medical and emotional problems is very impressive and is often under appreciated in the public sector. If the time is taken to review these associations or relationships to obesity, people would have to stop and pay attention to the weight problems that exist today in our society. These problems truly affect even those who are not overweight. <br />LOSING WEIGHT IS HEALTH FOR YOUR LIFE<br />Why do so many people fail at losing weight? Is it because they are lazy? No. Is it because they are addicted to food? No. Is it because they aren’t good at exercising? No. Failure at weight loss stems from a few main factors:<br />People don't truly understand the risks of being overweight. Why do most want to lose weight? Most would say to look better. Looking better certainly is a benefit of losing weight, but this shouldn’t be the sole reason to lose weight. There is a 1000 pound gorilla in the room and it’s often ignored. Being overweight for a long period of time kills thousands of people each year. Thousands of studies have shown and proven without any doubt that losing body fat will improve and lengthen your life. Knowing the dangers of being overweight is a tremendous motivator to not only lose fat, but to keep it off.<br />People don't commit to permanent lifestyle changes. So many people think of a "diet" as something temporary. When they are on a "diet" they restrict themselves so much that they are miserable. Sooner or later failure is inevitable because of the unreasonable demands of most "diets." Some of these diets force you to only eat certain foods (e.g., no carbs, special soups etc…) You, like myself, have probably tried them before. The key to losing weight long term is to make gradual lifestyle changes you can stick to forever.<br />Most individuals are not provided the truthful facts of losing weight and becoming healthier. With the conflicting information in the media, and all of the different lose weight quick fad diets, it’s understandable why so many people really don’t know the truth about losing fat and keeping it off long term.<br />Most people don't understand they are constantly either gaining fat, or losing fat. There is no in-between. Some people justify binging or giving up because they hit a small road-block. This isn’t an all or nothing game. For example, when I was overweight, if I ate an unhealthy lunch, I’d go ahead and eat an unhealthy dinner since I already "messed up" the day. Or I’d say, I’ll start eating healthy on Monday since I’ve already eaten poorly this weekend. Every person at times eats too much. The successful people will not let a road bump completely derail their entire lifestyle change. If you are not implementing positive lifestyle changes and losing weight, you are gaining weight. Again, there is no "in-between."<br />Most people don't realize what they consume each day. So many overweight people eat thousands of extra calories and fat without realizing it. It’s tough to know if you are gaining weight or losing weight each day unless you are keeping an eye on what you’re consuming. <br />