Bariatric surgery, featuring gastric bypass or sleeve gastrectomy, is a medical treatment for severe obesity. Changing the digestive tract restricts food intake or nutrient absorption to promote weight loss.
Medication can aid weight loss by lowering hunger, reducing nutrition absorption, or changing metabolism. People with obesity-related health conditions and a BMI over 30 or 27 are recommended these.
Non-surgical endoscopic procedures are performed through a flexible tube placed into the digestive tract. Gastric balloons or suturing may restrict stomach capacity.
Counseling and psychological assistance are used in behavioral therapy to change food and exercise behaviors. Emotional and psychological components of obesity are addressed, supporting healthier lifestyles.
CBT aims to address harmful cognitive patterns and behaviors connected to diet and exercise. It teaches stress management, coping skills, and lifestyle improvements.
Use prescription weight reduction drugs in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise to achieve weight loss. These drugs may decrease appetite, increase fullness, or affect nutrition absorption.
Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) helps individuals create customized nutrition programs with a certified dietitian. Education on portion control, diet, and healthy eating is covered.
MOS, or Metabolic and Obesity Surgery, targets metabolic diseases linked to obesity. It may involve ileal transposition or duodenal switch to optimize metabolic health and hormonal signaling.
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