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Obesity Neutral Bay, Sydney NSW

When an individual is obese, it describes someone who is significantly overweight and holds a lot of body fat. In Australia, around 2 in 3 adults were classified as overweight and just under half of those individuals were considered obese. Children in Australia have a 17% overweight statistic and 8% are obese.

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What is Obesity?

There is a relatively simple method to checking if you are at a healthy weight. This check is called a BMI test. It stands for Body Mass Index and is a comparison between your height and weight to give a rough estimate of whether you are at a healthy weight or not.

The BMI numerical system works as follows:

  • At a rough estimate for the majority of adults, 18.5 to 24.9 indicates a healthy weight.
  • 25 to 29.9 indicates that you may be overweight.
  • 30 to 39.9 indicates that you could be obese.
  • 40 or above means that you are most likely severely obese.

This system is purely an indicator and is not used as a diagnostic tool for determining whether someone is obese. This is because muscle is heavy and people with high muscle mass but no fat could show up as overweight even though they are not.

It is important to tackle obesity due to the fact that it can lead to serious and life-threatening disease and conditions e.g. type 2 diabetes or coronary heart disease.

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Obesity Frequently Asked Questions

Please see below answers to frequently asked questions we get from our clients regarding Obesity:

What are the biggest risks of obesity?

Obesity has many risks. Some of these risks are:

  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Coronary heart disease
  • Cancer
  • Stroke
Does obesity cause mental health problems?

Being obese can be a conduit to detrimental mental health problems. The most common mental health condition that obesity can cause is depression.

What causes obesity?

The man cause of obesity is consuming more calories than you burn off through physical activity. Mainly these foods that cause obesity are sugary and fatty foods. One of the main challenges in modern life is the easy access to cheap, high-calorie foods and that many people have desk jobs, allowing for a serious lack in daily exercise and movement.

What should you do about obesity?

There are many avenues that you can take when deciding how to address a problem with being obese or overweight. A great place to start is by lowering your intake of sugary and fatty foods. Additionally to this, taking regular exercise is an extremely positive step towards losing weight and becoming healthier. You may also consider joining weight loss classes in order to boost your self-esteem and confidence through helpful motivation.

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