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Weight loss
For severely overweight individuals that have failed to see results from diet and exercise alone, weightloss surgery is among the most safest and most reliable means of achieving significant weight loss. In
reality, studies demonstrate that with diet and exercise alone, nearly 95% of obese patients will gain all
the lost weight back within 5 years. On one other hand, long-term success rates for weight-loss surgery like the LAP-BAND procedure - are remarkably high, allowing patients to keep a loss in between 50-70%
of their excess body weight. Though there are many factors that will impact someone patient's weightloss success, weight-loss surgery is merely the most truly effective long-term fat loss and healthy
lifestyle solution for severely obese patients. weight loss
Studies show that most patients that undergo weight-loss surgery will miss between 50-70% of their
excess body weight within the very first three years following their procedure. The ones that undergo
gastric bypass surgery will miss excess body weight more rapidly in the very first 12 months than those
that choose LAP-BAND surgery. However, gastric bypass patients typically experience a greater quantity
of complications and side effects than LAP-BAND patients, while the LAP-BAND procedure enables more
gradual and natural long-term weight loss.
From a clinical perspective, a weight-loss surgery is known as successful when the patient loses at the
very least 50% of their excess body weight and keeps the weight off for at the very least five years.
While important lifestyle changes have to be made to ensure that the fat loss is maintained in the long
term, studies demonstrate that most fat loss surgery patients have the ability to maintain a 50-60% loss
in excess body weight 10 years after the surgical procedure. However, it is important to see that a
weight loss of just 10% of total body weight can begin to own positive health effects in resolution of
obesity-related condition like asthma, gastric reflux (GERD), and diabetes. As weight-loss surgery is
normally performed on patients which can be at the very least 75-100 pounds overweight or have a
Body Mass Index (BMI) of at the very least 35 with a health condition, overall fat loss can range
anywhere from 40 pounds to over 100 pounds. But the patient is actually the best choice behind
achieving these results.
While patients will definitely look and feel much better after weight-loss surgery, additionally there are
numerous health advantages associated with successful weight loss. Typically, health problems that
develop consequently of excessive body weight or are worsened by obesity can be superior or, in some
cases, remedied by weight-loss surgery. fitness
But you can find other ways to measuring success with weight-loss surgery, just like the LAP-BAND
System. As an example, many fat loss surgery patients take great pride in to be able to perform certain
activities that may not have been possible for numerous years, like crossing their legs, bending over to
tie a present, walking up stairs without being easily winded or sitting comfortably in an aircraft seat.

Many patients that undergo weight-loss surgery experience incredibly good results, there are many
factors that will impact the entire success of someone patient's procedure and follow-up treatment.
Here are some important factors to think about as you try to determine whether fat loss surgery is right
for you.
Pre-surgery Weight
Broadly speaking, the higher a patient's pre-surgery weight or BMI, the more excess weight the patient
can lose after surgery. However, recipients of weight-loss surgery with less excess body weight could
eventually come closer to their ideal weight when devoted to long-term diet and exercise. Also,
resolution or improvement in obesity-related diseases can occur with even moderate amounts of
weight. Often many diseases can become closer to cured than improved with earlier intervention at a
lesser weight. http://yourlifestyleoptions.com

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