As you know, one of the things we don’t want to see the most during the quarantine period is the scale. But apart from that, the weight problem exceeding the normal limit, that is, obesity is one of the biggest problems of our age. The obesity age limit has been significantly lowered in the last 10 years.
So what are the causes of obesity disease? Let’s talk a little bit..
Causes related to hormonal disorders can cause weight problems even if they are eaten sparingly. . It creates endocrine and metabolic dysfunctions due to the increase in fat tissue in obesity. This leads to obesity-related diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia, and coronary heart disease. According to the data of the World Health Organization, there are 1 billion adults with a body mass index (BMI) above 25 kg/m2 and 300 million people with a BMI >30 kg/m2. The increase in obesity in the last 30 years has emphasized the importance of genetics.
Physiological changes can cause weight gain. Menopause, pregnancy, developmental process (in children) etc.
Our Routine Habits
Unhealthy diet is to consume foods that are high in carbohydrates.
Sleeping too much or too little sleep disorder.
Excessive alcohol consumption can be shown among the problems that cause obesity.
Stress, anxiety disorders, and past traumatic situations can cause emotional eating disorder.
Emotional eating disorders; It can be caused by wanting to enjoy the pleasure of eating in order to give ourselves the attention and love that we cannot see from our environment and to feel good. We feel happy when we eat.
People with emotional eating problems spend their lives in constant need to eat. The desire to eat created by this need and the subsequent feeling of guilt; In the long run, it returns as negative emotions that will create a desire to eat again. Emotional problems are tried to be suppressed by eating.
Obesity is a disease that must be treated. It disrupts the standard of living and causes many health problems. Let’s keep our weight within the standards, let’s live happily and healthily.