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Obesity treatment has many weight loss techniques available but most of them are not effective and short-term, particularly for people who are morbidly obese. In the morbidly obese, less than 5 percent gets succeeded in losing a considerable amount of weight and maintaining the weight loss with non-surgical methods like combination of dieting, behavior modification therapy and physical exercise. Behavior plays a key role in obesity management. Modifying behaviors that contributed to developing obesity is one way to treat the disease of obesity. Behavior modifiers include self-monitoring and increasing physical activity. Though scientists have now proven that losing weight is more tough job than simply taking in less calories than you burn, keeping known about how many calories you consume and how active you are lays a way to successful weight loss and obesity treatment. Because self-monitoring is key for success with changes in daily life style, it is need to look at the different self monitoring methods. Self monitoring refers to the regular evaluation of eating, drinking and physical activity followed by report on the behaviors. The aim of self-monitoring is to increase self awareness of behaviors and results, thus it can act as a warning system if problems are arising and can bring success in obesity treatment. These techniques can be used to review changes in daily activity. You can then use these methods to finalize what all behaviors lead to result in weight gain versus weight-loss. To optimize your weight loss, target on making the healthy methods part of your long term changes in life style. With technology innovations, self-monitoring techniques are improving to help win barriers to adherence. The bottom line is that no matter how you do it, self-monitoring should be an important part of your weight loss, obesity treatment. Studies have proven that people suffering by obesity who maintain a good level of fitness will have low risk of heart attacks when compared to people with obesity those are not fit. Regular physical activity is needed for a good wellbeing who is trying to lose weight. Exercise also contributes to healthy bones and emotional health. A good eating plan gives your body the necessary nutrients it needs every day. A healthy eating is low in saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, and added sugar. Following a healthy eating plan will get the risk lowered for heart disease. Healthy foods include Fat-free and low-fat dairy products, such as cheese, milk ,Protein foods such as lean meat, fish, poultry without skin, beans, peas, Whole-grain foods such as whole-wheat bread, oatmeal, and brown rice. Other grain foods are cereal, bread, tortillas, couscous, and crackers. Canola and olive oils are suggested for good health of heart. However, one should use them in relatively smaller amounts because they are high in calories. Surgery has become an appreciable method of treatment for morbid obesity because it appears to be the only option which will result in long term maintained weight loss in patients with morbid obesity. The number of patients having surgical treatment of obesity has been doubled in recent times. Gastric operations have been performed since 1969. Now the two leading procedures to weight-loss surgery around the world are Roux-en-Y gastric bypass and adjustable gastric banding. Vertical banded gastroplasty or stomach stapling, is less performed now a days. Obesity surgeons should be skilled enough to perform surgical approach as the specific procedure needs to be carefully matched to the every individual patient. OMICS Group is conducting a conference Global Summit & Medicare Expo on Surgical Weight Loss during July 20-22, 2015 at Brisbane, Australia. The theme of the conference is based on “Scientific perspectives for better fitness and to pioneer innovations in Surgical Obesity treatment”. OMICS Group was founded in the year 2007 with the point of making the research on Sciences and engineering Open Access. OMICS Group likewise composes 300 International events every year around the globe, where exchange of researches and ideas happens through level headed discussions, round table discourses, publication presentations, workshops, symposia and exhibitions. OMICS International sorts out Science Congress, World Summits, and International science meetings in USA, Australia, India, Dubai, and Europe. OMICS Group Journals energizes unique and good research articles for publication. All the articles sorted for publications are subjected to a peer review. After consolidating the progressions the articles are given to publication. Once sanction for publication, these articles stay chronicled for all time in their separate archives. OMICS Group Journals will follow tracking system where the authors can track its status now and again.
RELEVANT EVENTS: ASBP-Obesity Medicine 2015: Recognizing Obesity as a Disease ASBP-4th Canadian Obesity Summit ASBP-Overcoming Obesity 2015: Diagnose. Personalize. Treat. ASBP-Obesity Medicine 2016: Recognizing Obesity as a Disease ASBP-XIII International Conference on Obesity 2015 Obesity Treatment and Prevention Conference Texas Association for Bariatric Surgery 2015 Annual Physician Conference Obesity Medicine 2015: Recognizing Obesity as a Disease 15th Annual Minimally Invasive Surgery Symposium MISS Overcoming Obesity 2015: Diagnose. Personalize. Treat RELEVANT SOCIETIES/ASSOCIATIONS: The International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity and Metabolic Disorders Obesity Surgery Society of Australia & New Zealand American Society of Bariatric Physicians British Obesity & Metabolic Surgery Society Texas Association for Bariatric Surgery - Home American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery American Board of Obesity Medicine The Obesity Society Weight Management Council Australia Ltd Obesity Action Coalition Canadian Association of Bariatric Physicians and Surgeons
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