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44% of Pakistan population is affected by Obesity.
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1. What is Obesity ?
Obesity is a complex chronic disease, and losing weight is not just a question of eating less and moving more. In fact, obesity can be influenced by genetics, physiology, environment, job and education, and what is going on in the brain.
2. What are the causes of obesity ?
The causes of obesity are complicated and vary from person to person. These include:
Genetics – Tiny genetic variations can make you more likely to carry weight and develop obesity.
Hormones – The balance of hormones in your body can affect your appetite and food choices, as well as how much energy you use.
Stress – High stress levels can make you overeat and gain weight.
Sleep – How much and how well you sleep can affect your hormones, which can make you eat more food.
Medications – Some medicines can increase your appetite or affect your metabolism so that you gain weight.
Environment and socioeconomic status – Where you live and your access to different kinds of food is related to developing obesity.
3. How can I tell if I am obese ?
A person is considered to have obesity if he or she has a BMI ≥ 30.
4. How is obesity severity categorized ?
Class 1 – A person has a BMI between 30 kg/m2 and < 35 kg/m2
Class 2 – A person has a BMI between 35 kg/m2 and < 40 kg/m2
Class 3 – A person has a BMI of ≥40 kg/m2
5. Does obesity have any impact on fertility ?
Having obesity or being overweight puts women at an increased risk of facing pregnancy and fertility complications. They may also take longer to conceive and are more likely to be infertile. Women who are obese and overweight face health risks that include gestational diabetes and hypertension.
6. Who does obesity affect ?
Non-Hispanic Black Americans (49.6%) had the highest age-adjusted prevalence of obesity, followed by Hispanics (44.8%), non-Hispanic whites (42.2%), and non-Hispanic Asians (17.4%).
7. What is a comorbidity ?
Comorbidity is defined as co-occurring health problems, diseases, or conditions in a patient. Obesity is actually linked to more than 200 comorbidities. It's also a serious condition (with its own symptoms, complications, and causes) on its own.