Obesity is defined as having a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or more. BMI is a calculation that takes a person’s weight and height into account. However, BMI does have some limitations.
According to the CDC, “Factors such as age, sex, ethnicity, and muscle mass can influence the relationship between BMI and body fat. Also, BMI doesn’t distinguish between excess fat, muscle, or bone mass, nor does it provide any indication of the distribution of fat among individuals.” Despite these limitations, BMI continues to be widely used as an indicator of excess weight.
It can cause changes you may not notice, but that can seriously harm your health, such as high blood pressure (hypertension) and high cholesterol levels (fatty deposits blocking your arteries).
1. Unhealthy and Unplanned diet
2. Sedentary (inactive) lifestyle
3. Sleeplessness which can lead to hormonal changes
4. Genetics, which can affect the process of digestion and storage of fat
5. Weight gained during pregnancy can lead to obesity
6. Side Effect of medical conditions like PCOS, Hypothyroidism, Arthritis, Diabetes, etc.
Obesity is one of the many lifestyle disorders that arose recently due to bad health choices. A good diet and lifestyle plan will help We have a customised diet plan for people with obesity based on their lifestyle, prakriti and after confirmation that it isn’t connected to any other disorder or disease based on the symptoms.
Medicines are prescribed by the doctor after a thorough examination of the patient. Treatments must be done under the supervision or advice of a certified Ayurvedic Doctor and not based on self-judgment.