Obesity (Overweight)- Ayurvedic Approach To Manage Sthaulya

Obesity (Overweight)- Ayurvedic Approach To Manage Sthaulya Abstract A disorder involves the accumulation of excessive fat in the skin that increases health-related problems such as heart disease, hypertension, and diabetes. When the person’s BMI (body mass index) is equal to or more than 25 then it is considered overweight and when it is 30 it is considered obese. From 1975 to 2016 prevalence of overweight in children and adolescents increased from 4% to 18%. Introduction Due to changes in lifestyle

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Effect of Obesity on Body

Effect of Obesity on Body Introduction Obesity is a medical condition in which abnormal or excessive fat accumulation takes place throughout the body which may show a negative effect on health. A person is considered obese if they have a high body mass index (BMI). BMI measures your healthy weight in relation to your height. For adults, a BMI of: 5 to 24.9 – healthy weight 25 to 29.9 – overweight 30 to 39.9 – obese 40 or above –

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