Obesity can cause many diseases.
If the obesity itself is not treated by treating only various diseases related to obesity, the treatment effect will not be ideal, and the treatment cost is also very high.
The following diseases are related to obesity, and weight loss is the basis for the treatment of these diseases.
The most common complication of hypertension hypertension is hypertension.
People over 15 kg of standard weight have 30% hypertension.
Elevated blood pressure is associated with some vasoactive substances secreted by adult cells and also by insulin resistance.
Mild hypertension can reduce weight loss and reduce salt supplementation and return to normal, and can be treated without antihypertensive drugs.
The diagnostic criteria for hypertension last year have been reduced from 160 / 95mmHg to greater than 140 / 90mmHg.
Hypertension is an important risk factor for cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. If not treated in time, it will lead to serious consequences.
Diabetes mellitus has a serious relationship with diabetes, and the diabetes referred to here is type II diabetes.
The general view is that when obesity reaches a certain level, it appears that expanded tissue (mainly muscle and aunt) is not sensitive to insulin, that is, insulin resistance.
Plasma islands compensatoryly secrete more insulin to counteract this anti-insulin resistance, resulting in hyperinsulinemia.
Over the years to decades, overworked islets fail and develop into diabetes.
Of course, the underlying mechanism of obesity to diabetes progression is not very clear (this is also the main research paper of this moderator in recent years, I predict that if conditions permit me to work in this field of study), but if I can deeply understand obesity to diabetesProgress will surely find ways to delay or stop this process and help with Class I prevention of diabetes.
Of course, after suffering from diabetes, weight loss is the basis for the treatment of diabetes.
Cancer patients with diabetes are more likely to develop cancer.
Women with diabetes have a three-fold increased risk of cancer, uterine and cervical cancer, and a seven-fold increased risk of endometrial cancer.
The risk of colon cancer and prostate cancer in men with diabetes is also significantly increased.
Hyperlipidemia Most patients with hypertension have lipid metabolism disorders, hypercholesterolemia, hypertriglyceridemia and so on.
The causes of hypercholesterolemia include the role of heredity and diet. Under normal circumstances, serum lipids return to normal after weight loss treatment.
The life of other hypertensive patients is short. From the total population, the average life expectancy will be reduced by one month for every kilogram of body weight added beyond the standard weight.
Obese patients are prone to heart accidents and strokes. Nearly 30% of obese patients are diagnosed with gallstones, and obese patients are also prone to degenerative bone and joint diseases and sleep apnea syndrome.
On the psychological side, obese people are prone to fatigue and often feel depressed.
All in all, it is a disease, and it is a serious disease that requires long-term weight loss treatment and complications.