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 Increase the chances of cancer

Obesity is known to be clearly linked to increased chances of cancer cells within the body. These cancer cells are highly harmful to the body’s natural biological system and can work to destroy healthy tissue in a certain area or spread entirely throughout the body.

Sleep apnea

Sleeping disorders stemming from obesity, such as sleep apnea or other respiratory dysfunctions, can cause individuals to suffer uncomfortable and potentially dangerous symptoms during sleep.


This condition is a joint disease caused by the loss of cartilage over time resulting in the painful scraping of bones against each other. Obesity can cause or speed up the process of osteoarthritis by placing excess pressure on the joints, causing the joints to wear down over time.

Cardiovascular diseases

This heart condition is caused by the buildup of plaque within the body’s blood vessels linked to excess weight or the continuous consumption of fatty foods. If a blood vessel clots, blood flow to the heart will stop, leading to a heart attack, stroke and, in some cases, cardiac arrest.

  High degree of diabetes mellitus

People who are overweight or obese and practice little to no activity are highly susceptible to Type 2 Diabetes. Patients with Type 2 Diabetes mainly experience symptoms such as hyperglycemia and insulin resistance where the body cannot maintain normal blood glucose levels.

Brain attack

Strokes can be directly linked to excess weight as obesity causes an increase in blood pressure or clotting of major vessels. Without proper blood circulation, blood flow to the brain can be limited or blocked which could lead to a stroke.


Hypertension is the elevation of pressure in the arteries. Upon buildup of this pressure, patients are vulnerable to various heart conditions such as heart failure, stroke, infarction, or end-stage kidney failure.


The inability to conceive after several attempts can also stem from obesity. Hormonal imbalances linked to obesity can inhibit reproductive capabilities in both men and women.


The current lifestyle is the reason behind a lot of people suffering from complications related to being overweight or obese. You can calculate your BMI by dividing your weight (kg) into your height (m2) in order to find out whether you are thin, overweight, healthy or obese. If BMI ≥ 30, then the person is considered obese.
However, there is no need to worry! The weight loss surgery can be done on every one that is between 30 to 200 kilograms. Talented surgeons residing in Turkey are offering many types of weight-loss surgeries with long term results. These surgeries reduce the complications of diseases related to obesity like coroner heart disease, hypertension, metabolic syndrome, and obesity syndrome. With guaranteed results, these procedures are easy and quick and also have thrilling results.

Usually, weight loss surgery is recommended to a patient that meets one of the things listed below:

  • • Severe obesity with a BMI higher than 30,
  • • Diabetes with a BMI higher than 35, serious obesity-related problems such as severe joint pain or sleep apnea which can be restored via weight loss,
  • • Special occasions that include diseased like hypertension, high cholesterol, diabetes and sleep apnea with a BMI higher than 30,
  • • Some races (Southeast Asians or Indians) that can have the effects of obesity with a BMI under 27.5 are fit for a weight loss surgery.
  • The surgeon, in regards to the situation of the patient, chooses the best surgery procedure among many options in order to get the best results. Some of the procedures limit the food intake, some of them affect digestion, and some of them makes changes in the stomach or in the small intestine or in both.