Obesity is one of a common chronic condition that is defined by an excess amount of fat in the body. i.e., body weight more than the weight that is considered healthy. at is necessary for our body but, in a certain amount and not in excess. Body mass index can tell us whether a person is obese or not which depends on the height and weight of a person. A person with a BMI of 25-29.9 is considered overweight, while the one with a BMI of over 30 is considered obese.

  • consuming more calories than the body needs
  • Eating a diet high in fat and calories, being sedentary, or both
  • genetic, hormonal, behavioral, environmental Causes
  • Sometimes pregnancy
  • tumors as well as endocrine disorders
  • Certain psychotic drugs, estrogens, corticosteroids and insulin.
  • Increased body fat
  • Breathlessness on exertion
  • Lethargy
  • Fatigue
  • Excessive sweating with bad odor
Ayurvedic view of Treatment

Obesity is known as "Medarog". Obesity occurs due to an abnormal increase of Kapha dosha in the body. our body is made up of 7 dhatus. These dhatus are Rasa (lymph), Maans (muscle), Meda (fat), Majja (Nervous system), Rakta (blood), Asthi (bones) and Shukra (reproductive system). In obese people, Meda (fat) is excessively nourished while other dhatus are malnourished. Diet plays an important role in maintaining a healthy weight.In obesity toxins are heavy and dense in nature and accumulate in weaker channels of the body, causing their blockage. thereby leading to an increase in the production of fat tissue.This problem is more related with the unhealthy pattern of eating.Hence alongwith natural herbs proper and balanced diet is suggested inorder to get the proper body BM Index .

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