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Overweight and obesity is the excessive accumulation of fat that presents a risk to health. Obesity is not just a matter of cosmetic concern but a precursor to many of the diseases related to heart, kidney, liver, type 2 diabetes, depression and arthritis problems. It is purely a metabolic disorder the lipid metabolism is altered and the amount of calories intake exceeds the amount of calories burnt. It in turn results in storage of excess fat in the body in adipose tissue which is seen just beneath the skin.

Body Mass Index{BMI}

BMI is a crude population measure of obesity for adults which is calculated by weight in kilogram divided by height in meter square. People is considered as obese if the BMI exceeds 30kg/m² and is considered as overweight if BMI is between 25-30 kg/m². BMI less than 18.5 kg/m² is considered as underweight. BMI between 18.5-24.9 kg/m² is considered as normal weight.

Etiology

Factors affecting obesity

  • Sedentary lifestyle
  • Lack of exercises
  • Faulty diet habits
  • Emotional stress
  • Pregnancy

Symptoms of obesity

1. Breathlessness
2. Increased sweating
3. Snoring
4. Difficulty sleeping
5. Inability to cope with physical activity
6. Joint pain
7. Bad smell

Complications

1. Cardiovascular diseases
2. Hypertension
3. Dyslipidemia
4. Stroke
5. Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
6. Fatty liver

How to cure frozen obesity

1. Inclusion of protein rich food in diet: When you are planning for a weight loss, inclusion of protein in the diet is the key. The calories are burnt while digesting the proteins.
2. Avoid processed food:processed food or tinned food are high in calories, added fats and sugars.
3. Limit the intake of added sugars
4. Avoid liquid calories
5. Add egg to diet
6. Intake of water as per the body weight
7. Get enough sleep
8. Exercise daily for 20 minutes: cardio exercises good in burning up calories
9. Include more veggies and fibre rich food

OBESITY

Obesity and ayurveda

Treatment of Obesity in Ayurveda

In Ayurveda obesity is mentioned as sthaulya. In ayurveda this context is described under santarpanotha vikara {disease due to overnourishment}. The excessive fat is stored in the form of lipids in the adipose tissues.

Samprapti of sthaulya

In ayurveda it is considered as a lifestyle disorder due to apathyahara and vihara. Due to this unhealthy regimen of ahara, vihara or manasika, it increases kapha dosha and it disturbs the agni. Since the agni is disturbed food remains turn to ama and they get converted into madhura avastha paka. This ama circulating all over the body produces medas because of unctuousness and gets converted to sthaulya.

Ayurveda for obesity

Among the shad upakram langhana and rukshanam are the key treatment principles adopted. Internally herbal preparations which possess guru and apatarpana property are used. Guru dravya helps in treatment of agni drugs with apatarpana property reduces excess meda.
Samshodhana is advisable treatment either as virechana or vamana as obesity is considered as bahu dosha and expulsion of excess dosha is the key. It is highly recommended treatment for those with stamina and strength.

Ayurvedic remedy for obesity

Sthaulya is considered as a disease due to overnourishment {santarpanotha vikara} as per ayurveda, so the treatment includes depletion of excess doshas {apatharpana}. So external body treatments and internal medications for weight loss are given on this line

External therapies

• Udwarthanam: rubbing the body with medicated powder breaks the
• Dhara:
• Udsadanam:
• Sarvanga abhyanga:

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