A heavier individual is considered abnormal. Both words indicate that a person is heavier than what is considered healthy for their height. More than one out of every three adults in the United States is heavier. Making it known among some of the communities with a greater or heavier body weight in the world. A significant global public health issue is obesity.

Being heavier is linked to a higher risk of developing a number of common diseases, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and various malignancies. Additionally, evidence points to a link between obesity and a higher chance of dying from COVID-19. Similarly, childhood obesity is a significant public health issue. Children who are heavier are more likely to develop chronic diseases that endure into adulthood, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. Check out more in our articles.

Weight Loss Failure, Five Most Common Reasons For Failing

 Yesterday I went for my regular checkup at the hospital which was long due. Every time I check my weight for the records, I get stressed and demotivated because the weighing machine either shows the same number or an increased number every time.

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