How to prevent yourself from Obesity?

Updated: Dec 13, 2021

Obesity is one of the most common diseases in the world. Everybody wants to cure it.

What is Obesity?

In simple words, when excessive fat increases in our body, it causes 'Obesity'. It occurs when a person's body mass index is 25 or more. There are more than 10 million cases of obesity per year in India. It is important to prevent yourself from such disease to live a healthy lifestyle and live more.


What are the causes?

Followings can be the reason for the problem of your obesity.


  • Eating frequently: If you eat frequently, your body will not be able to burn the calories.

  • Medication: Some medicine can stimulate your appetite and cause you to eat more and gain weight.

  • Eating too many Carbohydrates: Carbohydrates are the primary source of glucose or sugar and fat that can increase fat in your body.

  • Physical inactiveness: If we will be physically inactive, our body won't be able to burn many calories.

  • Overeating: Our diet should be proportionate. Consuming excess food can increase fat.

  • genetic : Obesity can be transfer to us genetically.

  • diseases like hypothyroidism, insulin resistance, PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome), crushing's syndrome

How to cure?

Obesity can be cured naturally too by following these:


  • Avoid junk food/processed food: All junk food contains a high amount of fat, carbs, and sugar. They contain less amount of nutrients and vitamins, which means they are unhealthy for our body. They also contain a high amount of calorie that increases fat in your body.

  • Add physical exercises to your lifestyle: Doing regularly exercises like yoga, walking, running, dancing, cycling, or any other physical exercises help in reducing weight.

  • Add protein to your meal consistently: Protein plays a major role in losing fat. Adding enough protein to your diet helps in supporting a healthy metabolism and reduces your appetite.

  • Try to avoid sugar or sugary food items: Food or beverage that contains high sugar can increase the amount of fat in our body.

  • avoid consuming foods containing high calories

  • Drink water frequently: Water can help reduce weight. It is 100% calorie-free. It helps in reducing more calories and can suppress the appetite if you consume it before meals.

  • Add healthy food and snacks to your diet: It means converting your lifestyle to healthy. You should eat healthily and do physical exercises regularly.

  • Weight-loss meals: The meals that have high amount of vitamins and nutrients.

  • Diet plan: Having a proper diet plan regularly helps in reducing weight consistently.

What are the risks?

Several risks can occur due to obesity like;


  • High BP: Gaining weight can increase the level of blood pressure in your body that can affect your heart and result in attack, blockage, or stroke.

  • Type-2 Diabetes: Diabetes occurs when blood glucose goes high in our bodies. It can damage our body organs. Diabetes is a major disease that can lead to heart attack, stroke, and problems related to kidneys, gums, feet, eyes, and nerves.

  • Coronary Heart Diseases : When cholesterol plaque builds up in the arteries of a heart it causes Coronary Heart Diseases.

  • Gall bladder disease : According to a research, people who are obese may have risk of higher level of cholesterol in their bile that can cause Gallstones.

  • Osteoarthritis : Joint pain is strongly associated with Body weight.

  • Stroke : Gaining excess weight causes high cholesterol, high triglycerides and high blood sugar in our blood. This can harm the blood vessels of the brain and the heart and increases the risk of stroke in the brain.

  • Low quality of life : Most of the obese people feel shame about their own size and habits that affects the quality of life.

  • mental illness: Weight gain causes mental illness that leads to a stressful life, consuming alcohol and other drugs, homelessness, and unemployment, etc.

  • High LDL cholesterol or low LDL cholesterol: High cholesterol in our blood can affect our heart. Lower levels of cholesterol in our blood are associated with a high risk of developing a depressive disorder.

  • body pain: Being overweight increases the pressure on our feet, ankles, and lower limbs that creates pain in our body.

  • Difficulty with physical functioning; Excess fat in our body makes it difficult to do physical exercises.

"To live a happy life, you have to be healthy first. "

Eat healthily and have a healthy lifestyle to live more.

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