Obesity and overweight are most common health conditions in the United States. Many people are suffering these conditions and are trying to solve it in no painful way.
The only way to get yourself alive from this condition is to lose weight. And the most important thing is to not give up in that long journey for healthy life.
The story for obesity and overweight would have a great ending if everyone just lose weight. But what happens if the person does not lose weight? What are the negative consequences to the body and overall health to the overweight human?
Read below what kind of diseases can caused the obesity:
-Heart disease and stroke
Extra weight can cause high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Both of those conditions make heart disease or stroke more likely.
-High blood pressure
Most of the people who have type 2 diabetes are overweight or suffering from obesity. You can cut your risk of developing type 2 diabetes by losing weight, eating a balanced diet, getting adequate sleep, and exercising more.
Cancers of the colon can happen, breast (after menopause), endometrium (the lining of the uterus), kidney, and esophagus are linked to obesity. Some studies have also reported links between obesity and cancers of the gallbladder, ovaries, and pancreas.
-Gallbladder disease and gallstones
Gallbladder disease and gallstones can happen if you are overweight.
Osteoarthritis is also a common joint condition that most often affects the knee, hip, or back.
Gout is also a disease that can affect the joints. It happens when you have too much uric acid in your blood. The extra uric acid can form crystals that deposit in the joints.
-Breathing problems, such as sleep apnea (when a person stops breathing for short episodes during sleep) and asthma
Sleep apnea is also known as a breathing condition that’s linked to being overweight.