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Bariatric Surgery Improves Heart Health

Bariatric Surgery Improves Heart Health

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Obesity, as well as related disorders including type 2 diabetes, hyperlipidemia, and hypertension, raise the risk of heart disease. Obesity leads to atherosclerosis (plaque buildup in blood vessel walls, resulting in vessel narrowing and decreased blood supply), sleep apnea, and thromboembolic disease (blood clotting tendency). This, in turn, contributes to the development of heart disease.

Heart disease, heart attack, arrhythmias, and heart failure are all considerably reduced after bariatric surgery.

Surgery leads to long-term control of the weight, blood sugar, serum fat levels, and blood pressure, as well as a reduction in inflammatory markers like CRP, resulting in a healthy heart.

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How bariatric surgery helps??

Bariatric surgery prevents occurance and recurrence of hernias in individuals with severe obesity

Obesity increases the risk of various types of hernias like umbilical hernia, inguinal hernia, epigastric hernia, and hiatal hernia. Umbilical and inguinal hernias can lead to intestinal obstruction or strangulation necessitating emergency surgeries. Hiatal hernia can lead to acid reflux into the food pipe resulting in reflux esophagitis.

Even if the hernia is repaired, excess weight can increases the recurrence of hernias.

Weight loss will prevent the development of these hernias. But individuals having severe obesity can’t achieve long-lasting weight loss with lifestyle modifications alone.

Bariatric surgery

In people who suffer from severe or morbid obesity, bariatric surgery leads to long-term weight loss. These hernias are prevented by bariatric surgery. Bariatric surgeries can be performed in combination with hernia repair in the same sitting. Bariatric surgery is also prevents recurrence of hernias once they are repaired.