Obesity in kids- one of a dangerous killer
Obesity – the disease is related to many different diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, spinal degeneration, atherosclerosis, stroke, myocardial infarction, gastrointestinal disease, cirrhosis, pneumonia, cholecystitis, varicose veins, wound healing, communication style, or experiencing infertility and many other unexpected accidents.
Obese people often fatigue, shortness of breath, lack of energy, pain in the bones of meat, ability to resist to the pathogen also declined.
It is a risk of many other dangerous diseases
Another disease also occur more frequently in children of overweight and obesity that is phenomenal ossification points in the first slide on the femur and cause joint pain and joint deformities in style hip swivel. In the long run, this is a risk factor causing early degeneration and severe hip.
Heart disease: Fat encase the heart, causing the heart to contract harder. Fat also narrows the coronary arteries, obstructing blood flow to feed the heart, causing a heart attack.
Dyslipidemia: Obesity increases the concentration of triglycerides and LDL-cholesterol, HDL-concentration reduces blood cholesterol. Abdominal fat people prone to dyslipidemia.
Diabetes: Obesity and belly fat is systemic risk factors for type 2 diabetes obese women with diabetes risk 2.5 times higher than normal.
Stroke: People with a BMI greater than 30 vulnerable to death from cerebrovascular disease. If there are more other risk factors (diabetes type 2, hypertension, dyslipidemia), the stroke can happen to people with lower BMI (25.0 to 29.9).
Reduced fertility: In obese people, fat tissue pulled the ovary, the egg grows monthly and are ripe, poor egg quality, menstrual disorders. Excessive fat will fill the ovaries and cause amenorrhea. Obesity is also likely to cause polycystic syndrome, fertilization difficult, easy abortion. It should be noted as menopause, some women could increase abdominal fat.
Reduced pulmonary function: Fat volume in the diaphragm, causing the diaphragm less flexibility, reduced ventilation, cause difficulty breathing, causing anoxic brain, creating Pickwick syndrome (intermittent sleep all day, sleep at the provincial ). Sleep apnea is also a problem to people with severe obesity, abdominal obesity, and especially when there are too many thick necks.
Increase Osteoarthritis: The joints bear excessive weight will ease the pain. Uric acid levels increase in fat people, prone to gout. Many studies have confirmed, as BMI increased, serum uric acid levels increase.
Cancer: Men are more prone to obesity, colorectal cancer, and women prone to biliary cancer, breast, uterus, ovaries.
Gastrointestinal Diseases: The obesity prone to gallbladder disease, abnormal liver, fatty liver, fatty intestine, decreased gastrointestinal motility (causing bloating, constipation); intestinal vascular blocked, causing hemorrhoids.
Obese children prone to obesity as adults; the risk of cardiovascular disease increases (CHD: double; atherosclerosis: folding 7; cerebral vascular accident: 13 times).
This is the first result of a child being obese. Obese children will always feel heavy and difficult in all aspects of life. This will lead to physical inactivity psychology of the child becomes heavier. Especially in the hot summer day like this, obese children often have discomfort, fatigue due to excess fat in the body as an insulating walls make them feel at a disadvantage.
Affect to learning
The obese children often suffer heavy activity, slower than the other children in learning tasks such as acquiring knowledge or completed assignments these children usually perform more slowly than their classmates. Also body weight is too heavy will make kids often feel depressed, tired, not interested in learning. This will impact significantly on the quality of learning of children.
Above are serious consequences of obesity with children’ life. I hope that it will help you understand more about obesity in children. If you are patient to read all of this article, maybe you are very concern about how to prevent and object obesity in children? If yes, reading my next article about it.