Obesity: How can the “disgusting” of the time be finally addressed

It is estimated that about 1 billion people today are obese and unfortunately it is estimated that people will double me in the next decade. Obesity is defined as increased fat deposition in the human body due to long-term loss of energy balance. “Although the appearance of obesity is due to a combination of environmental and genetic factors, it is common in people with psychogenic dietary behavior and wrong social standards” says Mr. Charalambos Spyropoulos General Surgeon, Director of Clinical Surgery / Clinical Minimum Invasive Surgery of Pediopathic System, Obesity and Diabetes Metropolitan General, Secretary General of the Hellenic Surgery Society of Obesity (E.H.E.P.) and continues: “Fascistness is now considered an autonomous disease and due to its increased frequency, it has acquired epidemic characteristics. At the same time, it is closely linked to the occurrence of numerous clinically serious other diseases.” Child obesity Continuous research highlights the severity of the problem in children as well. Modern intense life rate, lack of proper nutrition, and lack of exercise combined with increased use of electronic devices (tablet, TV, mobiles), operate burdensome for the child. What serious diseases is obesity associated with? “Fascistness is an autonomous nutritional condition of developing and developing countries, significantly affecting the quality of life of sufferers. At the same time, the expert ‘has been closely associated with the occurrence of various co-insularities’: • Cardiovascular events • Type 2 diabetes mellitus • Brain attacks • Arterial hypertension • Dyslipidaemia • Sleep apnea • Various malignancies, such as breast cancer, endometrial, esophageal, colon colon How can obesity be treated? “Fascistness is a disease that needs definitive treatment through specialized medical care. The sooner he realizes the person or parent himself whose child is obese, that it is a dangerous disease, the sooner he will be treated. Especially in children, through dietary and psychological support, a balanced diet, without deprivation, should be followed. The child should accept this whole process as a positive change and this requires the contribution and presence of the parents,” he points out. Initial treatment of obesity includes: • Changing nutritional standards • Balanced diet and diet • Physical activity (e.g. walking and exercise) • Modern medication Surgery treatment of obesity “In the case of adults with clinically severe obesity, conservative treatment of the condition is usually not effective. In these cases, and especially in the case of co-existence of other diseases, the surgical treatment of obesity (bariatric/metabolic surgery) is the appropriate choice. According to modern guidelines, people with body mass index (BMI: weight/height of the person squared) over 30 are considered candidates for surgical treatment of obesity,” explains Mr.Spyropoulos. Some of the modern methods of treating obesity are: 1. Long gastroectomy (gastric sleeve) 2. Gastric double-blown bypass (Roux-en-Y gastric bypass) 3. Gastric bypass of one-anastomosis gastric bypass 4. Holopagreatic diversions All surgery to treat the condition is now performed with minimal invasive techniques (laparoscopic or robotic), are extremely safe and require minimal hospitalisation (1 to 2 days).