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Steps to make your weight loss surgery a success. 

                             

Obesity is Intricate, So are its complications. It is becoming an uncontrollable problem in India. Over 10% of India’s population is now morbidly obese. Our sociocultural environment also tempts us to eat too much and to live unhealthy and sedentary lifestyles. Most people get weight-loss surgeries done when they are fed up with restrictions in lifestyle and want a healthier future. It is no more just a health hazard but also has impacted psychological aspects of the people's lives. Researchers say this has given a dramatic surge in weight loss surgeries. 

 

 

                                                    

Bariatric surgery enhances weight loss in people who have not achieved long-term success with other weight loss attempts. It reduces the stomach’s storage capacity, which limits food intake and helps you feel full much sooner than normal. A Weight loss surgery will enable you to lose a lot of weight quickly. But many a times they tend to gain back the weight, this is not a failure of the surgery. This is due to no change in habits after the surgery.

Unfortunately, habits are not always easy to change and take time. So, the correct time to start changing your habits is before the surgery. Inadequate weight loss typically happens for two reasons: Lack of pre- and post-operative education and understanding Lack of implementation; the patients never changing/ modifying their lifestyle.

A surgery forces you to lose weight while you learn how to eat healthy. And a successful bariatric patient will know how to recognize when it is not working. We’ve laid out five simple changes that will propel your weight loss journey to success: 

1.Track your Body Composition: Body composition is essential for understanding the patient’s physiological makeup and guiding targeted therapies to enhance the success of weight management programs In less than 60 seconds, with InBody get easy-to-understand, accurate and objective measurements to evaluate health risks and monitor progress. Assess muscle-fat balance and visceral fat for comprehensive health risk assessments. Identify fluid imbalances related to inflammation or underlying disease. Monitor changes to determine efficacy of treatments and further guide health recommendations to ensure long-term success.This would go a long way in keeping obesity away. Pay attention to any change in levels.

                                          

 

 

2. What we eat; The key is recognition! Successful bariatric patients recognize bad habit creeping up and quickly address the issue. ASSESS FAT DISTRIBUTION TO TAILOR DIET PROGRAMS a diet is much more than creating a calorie deficit. It’s important to use a BMR calculator or body composition analyzer to understand how much energy your body needs. Without this information, you won’t know how much food you need to add or remove to your diet in order to achieve your goals. With this information, you’ll see quicker results and reach your goals faster If you’re not going to change your diet, then you’re not a good candidate for weight loss surgery. Eliminate the unhealthy Once you start to realize the hazards of unhealthy option over the healthy option ,there is hope for change and better outcomes. 

                                             

 

 

3.Burn the calories you eat. The secret to not gaining excess weight is burning as many calories as you consume. Maintain a healthy balance between regular exercise and a healthy diet. In simple terms, This is incredibly important. People who don’t do this often end up sabotaging their goals by setting fitness and meal plans that are at odds with each other Maintaining your calorie intake and output will help maintain a healthy body and prevent obesity. IT requires a healthy balance between MUSCLE & FAT. In order to maintain your weight and understand the changes that your body experiences over time, including your change in body fat percentage, you will need more specific values than just Fat and Fat-Free Mass, you need to compare your body fat percentage to Skeletal Muscle Mass, to: Understand increases and decreases in body fat percentage Maintain a healthy body fat percentage in respect to a healthy weight and muscle mass level Determine if your muscles are balanced

                                         

 

 

4.Health and fitness Journal. Keeping track of your health is essential to any process. Recognize trends and identify positive or negative changes in body composition helps in making it easy to raise red flags when negative changes in body composition occur, especially when they are disguised by a seemingly “positive” change of reduced body weight.

                                             

 

 

 

.Follow up routine After bariatric surgery, you must take care. Serious illness can result from non-compliance with your medical practitioner/ doctor guidelines. Mood, energy, and focus can also suffer from a lack of proper vitamins after bariatric surgery. Constant follow-ups and tests are required at regular intervals for your first year after surgery and annually after that.

                                            

 

 

Understanding why you do, what you do is the first step towards change. Your habits and their associated rewards may be different but a simple and step by step understanding of your body and its reactance will add on to your goals of maintaining the weight loss. Being able to recognize these habits and their change is essential to weight loss surgery success. Choosing surgery is a big decision which is interwind with your habits and lifestyle. Make those habits healthy and positive and step up your body and life to a new level.

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