Exogenous Obesity

Exogenous obesity is a form of obesity that results from the immoderate consumption of meals. It's triggered by using a steady consumption of meals that goes good beyond what the body requires for use as sources of chemical power, leading to the storage of any pointless quantity of energy derived from digested food particles as fats. Individuals having their bodyweight 20% more than it should be, then, he or she is considered to be an obese. If the body mass index for any person is 30 or more, then he or she has obesity disease. Obesity can be cured by various medical as well as physical therapies. There have been a number of surgeries started to cure obesity. These include gastrointestinal surgery, bariatric surgery, etc. The physical therapies are also helpful to reduce obesity in obese people.

Although initially harmless or even unintentional, exogenous obesity can bring about a host of possible health complications. Excessively increased weight can lead to arthritic problems due to the increased amount of pressure applied onto bones and joints, while the accumulation of fat may obstruct blood vessels and result in cardiovascular disease.

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