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Does Obesity Signs for Premature aging??

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Obesity is a worldwide common public health problem and epidemic with its associated chronic diseases majorly like type 2 diabetes, Coronary heart disease, several immunological and metabolic diseases, dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease. These diseases are generally showing a negative impact and leading the obese to remain outward of being normal. Additional to these, recent studies are arguing that obesity parallels aging: as obesity is considered as premature aging due to its strong association with chronic health issues which are typically tend to appear in old age like Alzheimer’s, weaker immune system, cardiovascular diseases , and more. The link between obesity and aging is cleared by the obesity effect on mitochondrial DNA integrity and telomeres, which are strictly related to anticipation and aging. Obesity also damages autophagy which results in causing neurodegenerative diseases, hence developing the risk of dementia. Vascular dementia is caused by the impairment in the circu

Does Covid-19 risk increase with obesity?

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  Obesity  is a chronic and progressive disease that impacts every organ in the body, and impacts almost every aspect, be it physical, psychological, or social well-being of a person. Most people suffering from obesity do not consider excess weight as a problem. They seek expert help only when they develop some of the other medical problems related to excess weight. COVID-19 can lead to more complications when it comes to patients who are overweight or those who suffer from obesity. Obesity increases the chances of developing common type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease , kidney disease, and clotting of blood and has a detrimental effect on the function of the lungs. Low-calorie diet and exercise are the most popular methods across the world to control obesity. Although healthy diet and exercise can reduce the weight burden in overweight individuals or those with mild obesity, these methods fail to address severe obesity in the long run as the body has gotten adapted

Is obesity common in our lifestyle?

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Obesity may be a chronic condition during which excess body fat has accumulated within the body. Obesity will increase the chance of various diseases and conditions, significantly, including cardiovascular diseases, certain varieties of cancer, arthritis obstructive sleep apnea, and depression. Today, over 50% of women, up to 75% of males, and approximately 25% of children and adolescents are classified as overweight or obese. Obesity does not happen overnight. It develops gradually over time, as results of poor diet and lifestyle choices, such as: eating large amounts of processed or nutrient – that's high in fat and sugar. Drinking an excessive amount of alcohol – alcohol contains tons of calories, and other people who drink heavily are often overweight. Lifestyle treatments for weight loss specialize in reducing energy intake and increasing physical activity through diet, exercise, and behavioral measures. You should attempt to alter your bad eating and activity habits. . It a

4th International Conference on Obesity and Chronic Diseases

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About Conference C onference Series LLC Ltd welcomes you to attend the“ 4th International Conference on Obesity and Chronic Diseases ”, which is going to be held during July 29-30, 2021  Paris, France . The conference focused on the theme “ Prevention and advanced treatment for obesity and chronic diseases”. The Chronic Obesity 2021 conference invites all the renowned scientists,  Diabetologists , Endocrinologists, Surgeons, Pediatricians, Yoga and Natural Therapists, General Physicians, Primary Health Care Specialists, Epidemiologists. The International Conference on Obesity and Chronic Diseases will be a unique chance for a High-quality scientific program with a series of talks, poster presentations, workshops, discussions, and networking events that will keep participants engaged in learning and making new connections at Chronic Obesity 2021 Sessions/Tracks ·           Obesity and Diabetes Obesity and Cardiovascular Diseases Obesity: Childhood, Teens and Adolescents Obesity and Nut