Misbehaviour is bad but there is always a step worse isn’t there? Bland food is bad but again there is always a taste worse? So why should obesity be any different. There is obesity and then there is morbid obesity. Obesity is classed when you have a BMI (Body mass index) of 30, when you have a BMI of 40 then you are classed as an urgent morbidity risk; morbid obesity!


Morbid obesity is a lot more serious than obesity although that itself is highly dangerous to your body’s health. Morbid obesity is when you are the stage where there is so much fat that your fat is starting to damage internal organs. In most cases weight gain is hereditary so once the problem is started there is very little plain will power can do about it and when you get to the morbidly obese stage then serious actions need to be taken!

Taking action against morbid obesity needs to happen straight away, if not the implications could be fatal. You could always go on another diet but the results when you are morbidly obese only work for so long and don’t make that much of a difference. You need to take a look at your health and weigh up the options of undergoing surgery to help control your weight. This is of course something that should never be taken lightly and should always receive deep though and contemplation because no surgery is 100% safe and effective. There are always side effects with any treatment so surgery is not any different you need to figure out whether the side effects and the pain are worth it.

Morbid obesity is a serious disease that needs a lot of time enhanced and dedicated treatment from you, your family and health officials, morbid obesity is not something that is going to go away by itself and you should probably take all the help that is being offered. You must remember that things will get better if you keep trying and remain enthusiastic as this will keep you in high spirits. Don’t forget that its better to get all of it out of the way in one big step and live the rest of your life healthily and happily


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