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ūü߆Obesity and the brainūü߆

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Obesity is the underlying cause of many chronic diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. There is also a link between obesity and depression, anxiety, sleep apnea, PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome), fertility, and osteoarthritis. The truth is that if we could get obesity under control, we could get all these other conditions under control.

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COVID-19 showed us how important it is to reduce the number of obese people. Let us remind you that obesity is the second main driver for people needing hospital care due to COVID-19.

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‚Ė™ÔłŹHave you ever wondered how obesity affects your brain?

‚Ė™ÔłŹThere is a neurobiological interaction between obesity and brain structure under physiological and pathological brain conditions, for example, people who suffer from obesity have a reduction in brain size. Obesity has been also attributed to significant cognitive impairment.

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ūüĎČCentral obesity is related to an increased risk of memory loss and dementia 30 years later.

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ūüĎČAbdominal obesity is associated with lowered immediate memory.

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ūüôĆThere is hope that brain volume reduction in obese patients can be reversed over time with interventions such as exercise. Dietary and fitness interventions may also minimize the risk of late-life dementia.

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ūüď•If you're obese, contact us to receive advice about losing weight safely. Our nutritionists and personal trainers can prepare for you a healthy eating plan with a training program that is personalized to your needs.

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Visit the website:hpbrain.org

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