Obesity in Women

Obesity and Overweight negatively encounter the health of women in countless ways. Being overweight or obeseboost the relative risk of diabetes and coronary artery disease in women. Women who are obese have a higher risk of low back pain and knee osteoarthritis. Obesity negatively affects both contraception and fertility as well. Maternal obesity is related with leading standard of cesarean section as well as higher rates of high risk obstetrical conditions such as diabetes and hypertension. Pregnancy outcomes are negatively affected by maternal obesity (increased risk of neonatal mortality and malformations). Maternal obesity is lump together with a diminished intention to breastfeed, decreased initiation of breastfeeding, and decreased duration of breastfeeding. There seems to be an association between obesity and depression in women, though cultural factors may influence this association. Obese women are at higher risk for multiple cancers, including endometrial cancer, cervical cancer, breast cancer, and perhaps ovarian cancer.

  • Start with one small change
  • Switch out bad snacks for good snacks
  • Be realistic about which habits need to go
  • Find a healthy meal you like and eat it all the time
  • Move during your lunch break
  • Schedule a weekly cheat meal
  • Lift weights to lose weight

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