The Effects of Obesity on Your Healty
- Type 2 Diabetes
- Sleep apnea
- Heart diseases
- Heart attack
- Heart failure
- Rhythm disorders
- Endometrial cancer
- Cervical cancer
- Ovarian cancer
- Breast cancer
- Colorectal cancers
- Oesophagal cancer
- Pancreatic cancer
- Gallbladder cancer
- Liver cancer
- Kidney cancer
- Thyroid cancer
- Prostate cancer
- Non-Hodgkinodgs lymphoma
- Multiple myelomas
- Cerebrovascular Disease and Stroke
- Reflux disease
- Bone / joint degenerations and injuries
- Kidney diseases
In combination with obesity, quality of life decreases as a result of these diseases. In most cases, injuries and early death will be inevitable. The second most common cause of death in the world after smoking. OBESITY IS A SERIOUS DISEASE AND KILL.
Why is Surgery Necessary?
Severe obesity is one of the most serious stages of obesity. Suddenly you find yourself stuck in the middle of the cycle of weight-loss while dealing with your weight and consistently. You’ve probably done a lot of dietary trials, and despite that, you realize that your weight is increasing and you can’t stop it.
More than 10 years ago, the work was announced and the declarations made by many health institutions showed that;
- Diet, exercise, weight control programs etc. the body’s resistance to conventional therapies such as therefore, can not achieve lasting success in weight control in the treatment of obesity
- Bariatric (Obesity) surgery is the only successful treatment for the treatment of severe obesity and long-term weight control.
How Bariatric Surgery Helps Me?
When combined with a detailed and careful treatment plan, bariatric surgery is a very effective treatment for long-term weight control. It makes a dramatic difference in the quality of life. Bariatric surgery has been shown to assist in the regression of many diseases associated with obesity or to complete treatment. These are type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, heart diseases, and many more. Often, during the weight-loss period, patients can see that the drugs they use are decreasing day by day.
More importantly for you and your family with serious weight loss provided by bariatric surgery is a very exciting social and so on. opportunities, but most importantly, will help you to regain your health.
How Does Bariatric Surgery Work?
Gastric bypass, Sleeve (Tube stomach), SADI Bypass, Mini bypass, Transit Bipartite etc. surgeries such as yours;
- Act by changing the anatomy of your gastrointestinal tract (stomach and intestines) or,
- Change your energy balance with different physiological effects
- Change your fat metabolism.
After deciding which surgery is right for you, regardless of the type of surgery, your doctor and you must remember that bariatric surgery is just a eat tool is also associated with.
With the change of your stomach and bowel anatomy, the production of hormones secreted from the intestines by some bariatric procedures is positively affected and changes. This reduces hunger and a feeling of satiety. As a result, the eating desire decreases and the amount of eating decreases. Interestingly, the hormonal changes induced by this surgery are the exact opposite of hormonal changes that occur when dieting occurs. Let’s look at these hormonal changes in more detail:
Bariatric Surgery and Hormonal Changes
Increases energy consumption (calorie consumption) with hormonal changes after bariatric surgery. In some surgeries, this consumption is even higher. Therefore, in contrast to diet weight loss, long term success of surgical weight loss is much more. Because a more appropriate energy balance can be ensured after surgery.
Diet and Hormonal Changes
In the case of weight loss by diet, the energy consumption by the body is reduced to below normal. These unbalanced changes can cause weight gain even after a certain level.
There are a lot of changes in your body with serious weight loss after surgery and these changes increase your fat metabolism and cause you to burn more fat. You will increase your exercise capacity after weight loss and you will have the opportunity to have more physical activity and energy. In this turn, it will provide extra fat burning with sports such as walking, cycling and swimming. Sports are very important to increase your happiness and reduce your stress level. Severe excess weight loss, insulin (a hormone that lowers blood sugars), and cortisol (stress hormone) will balance your fat storage with many other hormones and will help to melt your stores. Exercise is one of the indispensable components in the fight against obesity.
Studies have shown that; More than 90% of bariatric patients lose and lose more than 5 per cent of their excess weight in the long term. Of course, you must follow up with your doctor and you.
- Saves you from annoying weight gain-yield cycles
- It is the most effective method to achieve long-term weight control.
- Increases your quality of life.
- Corrects your health and prevents or reverses many diseases
Success in the Long Term Weight Loss
Bariatric surgeries provide long-term success in weight loss. Studies have shown that; More than 90% of bariatric patients lose and lose more than 5 per cent of their excess weight in the long term. Of course, you must follow up with your doctor and you. In super-serious obese patients, 80% or more of the patients can maintain more than 50% of their excess weight over the long term.
Increased Life Time
Large population studies have shown that patients with bariatric surgery due to obesity and obese patients who are not operated have fewer mortality rates than patients with surgery. In one of these studies, in the 5-year follow-up period after surgery, patients’ heart, dm etc. It has been shown that mortality rates are reduced by 89% due to obesity-related diseases. In another large population study, 90% of deaths due to diabetes and a 50% decrease in deaths due to heart disease were detected when compared with those who were not operated.
Bariatric and metabolic surgery mortality rates (3 in 1000) are as much as death rates after gallbladder surgery. Compared to death rates of hip prosthesis surgeries. When the obesity and metabolism surgical patients are in good health during the operation and the presence of one or more obesity-related diseases is taken into consideration, the low mortality rates after this operation is really valuable. The mortality rate, which is compared with other surgical methods, seems to be an acceptable risk when considering the health gains after surgery. Surgical experience is the most important key to success and mortality rates after obesity surgery.