Let Weight Loss Surgery Plans Pull You Out Of Obesity-driven Holiday Blues

Weight loss surgery helped to shed pounds but some patients experienced complications

Michael Feiz who has performed such surgeries as the lap band and sleeve gastrectomy in Valencia , Huntington Beach, Rancho Cucamonga, Beverly Hills, and throughout Southern California counsels severely obese people who may be feeling more sad than usual this December to seriously consider if a weight loss procedure in the New Year might help. Losing weight is not a cure-all for everything that makes us sad, but doctors agree it can http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/garcinia-cambogia-extract—crucial-data-released-231403591.html help a great deal with a person’s overall sense of well-being and health. For many with holiday blues, simply doing something constructive, such as considering the relative benefits of lap band vs gastric sleeve procedures, might take their mind away from the negative thoughts that can spur excessive sadness or even depression. Of course, anyone who may be suffering from clinical depression should immediately obtain help, whether or not they explore a bariatric procedure.
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Thomson. Total cholesterol (TC), lowdensity lipoprotein (LDL)cholesterol (LDLC), highdensity lipoprotein (HDL)cholesterol, nonHDLcholesterol, triglycerides (TG), insulin, glucose, Creactive protein (CRP), and cardiopulmonary fitness were measured at baseline and at 12 and 24 months. After 24 months, significant reductions in body weight, waist circumference, Creactive protein, total cholesterol, HDLcholesterol, and nonHDLcholesterol were observed. After 24 months, mean total cholesterol, and nonHDLcholesterol were reduced regardless of the amount of weight lost. However, reductions in LDLcholesterol, Creactive protein, insulin and triglycerides were only seen in those who lost 10% and over of body weight after 24 months. Change in weight demonstrated a positive predictive value for change in cholesterol, insulin, glucose, and triglycerides. Baseline level of the biomarker showed the greatest predictive value for followup measures for insulin, cholesterol, glucose, and triglycerides.
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Weight loss linked garcinia cambogia side effects to reduced cardiometabolic risk

A new study finds middle-aged  women who are overweight/obese that lose a modest amount of weight over two years lower their risk for heart disease, diabetes or stroke.

A total of 26 percent of the participants had type 2 diabetes , 47 percent had high blood pressure, and almost 28 percent had high cholesterol. For each study, the researchers recorded any incidences of surgical complications, death and improved obesity-related diseases.They also noted weight loss or weight gain after surgery. Among the participants in the clinical trials, 0.08 percent died during surgery and 0.31 percent died in the month after surgery. A total of 0.22 percent of the patients in the observational studies died during surgery and 0.35 percent died during the month following surgery. Patients undergoing adjustable gastric band surgery, in which a band is used to create a small stomach pouch, experienced the lowest death rates. A total of 17 percent of the patients in clinical trials and 10 percent of the patients in observational studies reported surgical complications, including bleeding, a leak and reflux. According to the observational studies, patients lost 12 to 17 units of body mass index (BMI) in the five years after surgery.
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