obesity surgery

There are various professional weight loss programs, low-calorie diets and exercises that improve physical activity. However, lifestyle changes alone are often not durable and effective. Drugs used for weight loss do not play a significant role in the treatment of obesity. Pharmaceuticals that suppress appetite can help with weight loss, but research shows that most patients who participate in non-surgical weight loss programs for obesity continue to gain weight again in the following five years.


It is worth emphasizing that the problem of excess weight should not be viewed solely from the aesthetic perspective. Adipose tissue is an active endocrine organ that secretes various substances. These substances perform many biological functions in our body (including regulating hunger and satiety, maintaining proper energy balance), but they also trigger inflammatory and immunological processes. Unfortunately, in patients struggling with obesity, the secretion profile of these substances changes, which in turn initiates inflammatory and pathological processes (including obesity, insulin resistance, development of diabetes and cardiovascular diseases). After bariatric surgery, regression or significant improvement in obesity-related conditions, such as diabetes, hypertension, sleep apnea, fatty liver disease, joint and bone diseases, and elevated cholesterol and triglyceride levels, is achieved as well.


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