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Are You a Candidate for Lap-Band?

Obesity causes health conditions that can cause lifelong impairments and suffering. Rather than live the rest of your life being morbidly obese, you might be ready to undergo a procedure that could help you shed pounds and fat. You can take this first step toward a healthier lifestyle by learning what lap band surgery is and whether or not you are a good candidate for it. What is Lap-Band Surgery? Lap-band...

Weight Loss Surgery and Reduced Pain

Individuals who are overweight or obese often experience physical difficulties to other parts of the body. Excess weight places an unnecessary burden on bones, joints, and connective structures of the body, resulting in pain and even disability. For those who have been unsuccessful with other types of weight loss programs, surgery can be a viable option to help individuals to successfully lose weight and improve weight-related health problems. Obesity and Pain Science...

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Nutritional Goals Before Weight Loss Surgery

Before you undergo weight loss surgery, you must follow precise instructions provided by your doctor to prepare for it. As the date for your operation approaches, you may be advised to follow tips like these to ensure the success of your surgery and to lay the foundation for your future weight loss and recovery. Eat Smaller Portions A big component of preparing for weight loss surgery involves readying yourself mentally and emotionally....

Common Weight Loss Surgeries

Weight loss is a big problem that many people are struggling with all over the world. Weight loss surgery can help individuals with weight problems, especially when diet and exercise are not providing expected results. This surgery is called bariatric and it is typically broken down into two categories: restrictive and malabsorptive. Restrictive weight loss surgery involves limiting the amount of food that you're consuming, while malabsorptive involves reduction of...

Your Closet After Weight Loss Surgery

Weight loss surgery is effective. Depending on the procedure chosen, the patient can lose 50 to 70 percent of their excess weight (although results do vary). Losing all that weight would improve the patient’s health significantly and very likely prolong their life. It also means they will go through several clothing sizes. Sort Through Old Clothes First Many heavy people cling to old clothes that no longer fit them in the hopes...

Diabetes and Weight Loss Surgery

For some patients, shedding extra pounds may also minimize diabetes symptoms. Within days of surgery, it's not unusual for diabetic patients to naturally improve their insulin production and have less of reliance on metformin, insulin, and other common diabetes medications. The weight that's lost within the first six-months or so after surgery may also improve insulin sensitivity and improve overall health. Long-Term Reversal of Diabetes The form of diabetes that's associated with...

Recent Advances in Weight Loss Surgery

Weight loss surgery, in one form or another, has been around for more than 50 years. For patients considering any of the procedures available today, it should be comforting to know that recent advances in weight loss surgery have improved the reliability of frequently performed procedures. There are also promising new procedures and techniques that could be readily available in the future. Consider some of the recent advances in weight...