Obesity is a Cause of Infertility
Obesity is a concern not just for causing metabolic disorders but effects other systems in our body such as infertility in women who are overweight. Infertility in itself is a major problem in women which is caused by irregular periods or menstrual cycle. Weighing more than the usual weight further causes this irregularity in menstrual cycle which leads to infertility.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is a problem in women where women experience irregular periods and one of the major reasons for infertility. PCOS is related to weight gain . Reducing weight is the best recommended & most natural way of regulating your menstrual cycle and reducing the chances of infertility.
Research study by Academic Medical Center in The Netherlands shows that women who had regular periods were fertile but when these women were overweight experienced irregular periods leading to infertility. It said that women who were above their normal weight or obese had the same problem of infertility.
If you are having irregular periods and you are obese or overweight then you should start losing weight to make the cycle regular. Look for a professional weight management company that can help you lose weight gradually managing your diet and exercise. Start losing weight and bring a healthy lifestyle change to get healthy and increase the chances of ovulation. (more…)— this article is written by a dietitian @ FitHo
A harmless remark by an educated parent on the physical attribute of their growing teenage girls resulted in a shocking “anorexia pact” by the duo at the age of 11. Now at the age of 33 and being doctors they don’t lead a normal life. Here are some news clippings of thetwins story. Eating disorders might start at a very early , if not identified and treated can stay with you for life.
Anorexia nervosa is one of the most common eating disorder that is associated with abnormally low weight achieved by extreme dieting, fasting and followed by compulsive exercising. Mostly young girls are afflicted from this disorder especially in the absence of early parental care and support to inculcate healthy eating habits. Eating disorders have been around forever but finally society is accepting the seriousness of this ailment and encouraging parents, friends to come together and support the person suffering from it. There is a higher success rate of controlling and reversing it through family and social support .
Eating disorders mostly start from home and parents play an extremely critical role in stimulating and curbing them. Children very closely watch and imitate their parents. If the parents fuss too much about their looks and being thin the kids will imitate them. Similarly if the parents eat a lot of unhealthy food the kids would be inclined towards junk food even when they grow up. Therefore it is mostly parent’s responsibility to inculcate healthy eating habits amongst children.
Eating disorder can have serious repercussions on health like weakness, fatigue, anaemia, heart & kidney problems, osteoporosis, infertility, disruption of sugar levels and even death. Nature and nurture is equally responsible for this condition. Therefore it is imperative to apply a three pronged approach to dealing with it.First restore the healthy weight of an individual, second to treat the psychological factors that may have caused this situation and lastly ensure there is total support and care to prevent relapse. (more…)— this article is written by a dietitian @ FitHo