NATUROPATHY TREATMENTS OF OBESITY

The goal of treatment in diabetes is to reduce high level of glucose in the blood stream. The aim of the treatment is to remove the cause of the disease and building the well being of the patient.
Depending upon the vitality, resistance, condition of the disease, and age of patient, the treatment is carried out with an optimum combination of diet therapy and yogic therapy. Various procedures and therapies, including, Steam, Enema, Sun Bath, Wet Sheet Pack, Mud Bath, Hip Bath, Special Asanas of Yoga, Shatkriyas and Pranayama, are deployed in the treatment of Diabetes.

OBESITY

Obesity is the condition where a person has excessive deposit or storage of fat in his/her body. It can affect a person in any and every age group and is also not restricted by sex. Obesity is found more in people who consume food in large quantities and lead a sedentary life. A serious health hazard, the extra fat puts strain on the heart, kidneys, liver and joints of hips, knees and ankles.
While being overweight refers to an increase in overall body weight, including essential body tissues, obesity refers only to excessive fat tissues. The food that we consume on a daily basis provides us with the nutrients required for proper functioning of the body. The calories present in food items are used in the form of energy, by our body, for accomplishing various physical tasks. However, regular binging on high calorie food leads to an accumulation of excess calories in the body, as fat, resulting in obesity.

SYMPTOMS OF OBESITY

  • Heart disease or heartburn
  • Depression
  • Stroke
  • Difficulty in undertaking normal tasks and maintaining personal hygiene
  • Breathing disorders, such as sleep apnea and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  • Snoring
  • High blood pressure or high cholesterol
  • Diabetes (type 2)l
  • Negative self-image or social isolation

CAUSES OF OBESITY

  • Slow metabolism
  • Medical problems or wrong combination of foody
  • Insufficient sleep
  • Certain medications or pregnancy
  • Underlying illness, such as hypothyroidism
  • Eating disorders, such as binge eating disorder
  • Genetic factor
  • Overeating or eating too much sugary foods
  • Stress