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21 CLI HEALTH AND MEDICINE OBESITY
INDEX GROUP MEMBERS TEAM ROLES WORK DONE BY EACH MEMBER WHAT IS OBESITY ? CAUSES OF OBESITY CONSEQUENCES OF OBESITY HOW IT IS HARMFUL TO US ? TREATMENT AND ADVICE OBESITY IN CHILDREN SURVEY QUESTANAIRE
GROUP I : OBESITY ROLE OF STUDENTS :>>>>> ☼ TEAM LEADER :: RAVI RAJ RAO ☼ REPORTERS :: TARUN AND NARESH ☼ SURVEYOR :: SANGEETA, SHUBHAM AND PRIYANKA ☼ RESEARCHER (online :) RAVI RAJ RAO ☼ RESEARCHER (Books :) GAURAV BAILA AND SANTOSH ☼ EDITORS : JAHANVI AND ASMITA ☼ PRESENTER :} RAVI RAJ RAO
WORK DONE BY EACH MEMBER Internet Research is done by Raviraj Rao. Reports were collected by Shubham and Naresh. Surveys were conducted by Tarun,Sangeeta and Priyanka Library Research was done by Gaurav Baila and Santosh Editing was done by A smita and Jahanvi Final presentation by Raviraj rao
Obesity is a condition in which the natural energy reserve, stored in the fatty tissue of humans and other mammals, exceeds healthy limits. It is commonly defined as a body mass index (weight divided by height squared) of 30 kg/m2 or higher. Although obesity is an individual clinical condition, some authorities view it as a serious and growing public health problem. Some studies show that excessive body weight has been shown to predispose to various diseases, particularly cardiovascular diseases, diabetes mellitus type 2, sleep apnea and osteoarthritis
1. Limited physical exercise and sedentary lifestyle 2. Overeating 3. Hormonal imbalances (e.g. hypothyroidism) 4. Metabolic disorders, which could be caused by repeated attempts to lose weight by weight cycling. 5. Eating disorders (such as binge eating) 6. Alcoholism 7. Stress 8. Insufficient or poor-quality sleep 9. Psychotropic medication (e.g. olanzapine) 10. Smoking cessation and other stimulant withdrawal
Overweight and obese individuals are at increased risk for many diseases and health conditions, including the following: Hypertension (high blood pressure) Osteoarthritis (a degeneration of cartilage and its underlying bone within a joint Dyslipidemia (for example, high total cholesterol or high levels of triglyceride
Type 2 diabetes Coronary heart disease Stroke Gallbladder disease Sleep apnea and respiratory problems Some cancers (endometrial, breast, and colon)
when we become obese it can lead to various diseases, particularly cardiovascular diseases, diabetes mellitus type 2, sleep apnea and osteoarthritis.
1. Avoid oily food and sweets 2. Do exercises and physical activities 3. Include more roughage in your diet 4. Drink warm water when ever feel thirsty 5. Take small amount of food but in regular intervals 6. Use vegetable oil for cooking food 7. Eat steam, boiled, microwave vegetables 8. Eat less salty foods, alcohol, dairy products, sugar, margarine 9. Drink skim or low fat milk 10. Prefer eating Roast, bake or boil meat and fish
Following are some of the effective home remedies for obesity: 1. Take one glass of warm water with juice of half a lime and 1 tsp honey as the first thing in the morning. It is very effective natural cure for obesity. 2. Add 3 tsps lime juice with 1/2 tsp pepper powder and some honey in 1 cup water. Drink it for 3-4 months. It is also good natural remedy for obesity. 3. Soak some leaves of jujube (Indian plum) overnight in water. Drink it in the morning, preferably on an empty stomach. It is very beneficial in the treatment of obesity. 4. Include cabbage salad in your meal. It is an excellent home remedy for obesity. 5. Eat one or two ripe tomatoes taken early morning as a substitute for breakfast. It is also a good treatment for obesity.
DOs (Pathya) DOs (Pathya) Herbs like Sunthi (Zingiber officinalis), Pippali (Piper longum), Marica(Piper nigrum), Guggulu (Commiphora wightti), Eranda (Ricinus communis),Honey, Lemon and drugs having pungent and bitter taste are useful in the treatment of obesity. Diet control and consumption of right foods. Strenuous activities like brisk walking, swimming, running, aerobics etc.
DON’Ts (Apathya) Daytime sleeping, excessive intake of sweets, milk products, fat, oil, ghee and sedentary life style Any kind of Mental stress / strain
YOGIC AND NATUROPATHIC TREATMENT. Low calorie diet. Increased consumption of raw salad and vegetables. Regular practice of Hip-bath along with Mud pack, enema and steam bath once or twice a week. Avoid sweets and heavy food items. Practice of Kunjal, Shankha Prakshalana and Baghi Kriya once in a month for first three months.
Practice of Tadasana, Katichakrasana, Pada Hastasana, Sarvangasana,halasana, Bhujangasana, Dhanurasana, Pashchimottanasana,Matsyasana, Ardha-Matsyendrasana and Ushtrasana along with SuryaNamaskara. Surya Bhedi, Bhastrika Pranayama and Agnisara Kriya are also effective. Practice Udara Shakti and Kati Shakti Vikasaka exercises of Sukshma Vyayama and Sarvanga Pushti.
1. Take Triphala (herbal combination of amalaki, bibbitaki, and haritaki) regularly. It is an effective herbal remedy for obesity. 2. Shilajit and guggulu are also very beneficial natural cure for obesity
we have conducted a survey in our locality of 30 peoples who are suferring from obesity. most of the people are really suferring from it and really wants to lose their weight and want to become physically fit...
Q1.From how many years you are suffering from overweight? Q2.How many hours you do the physical excercise? Q3.What is your normal diet? Q4.How many of them do the regular walk? Q5.How many of them were suffering from other disease like diabetes, heart disease etc? Q6.how many of them are going to gym? Q6.how many of them are taking medicine to cure? Q7.How many of them are job workers? Q8.What can be the cause of the overweight? Q9.Do you want to reduce the weight? Q10.What are your daily problems regarding obesity?
SOME MYTHS OF OBESITY The obese eat more than the non-obese:- In 19 out of the 20 studies conducted before 1979, obese people were shown to eat the same or less than the non- obese, disproving the view that obese people are heavy because they eat more. The obese are more emotionally disturbed than the non-obese. Several studies have shown obese people have no more or fewer emotional problems than the non-obese. Personality and level of adjustment also appear to be similar for both groups, despite the fact that the obese must deal with tremendous social pressure against them