| WHAT ARE THE HEALTH DANGER ASSOCIATED WITH OBESITY?
Following are the health danger associated with obesity:
The risk of heart disease (heart attack, congestive heart failure,
sudden cardiac death,
angina or chest pain, and
abnormal heart rhythm) is increased in persons who are overweight.
A weight increase of 11-18 pounds raises a person's risk of developing type 2 diabetes to
twice that of individuals who
have not gained weight.
Interrupted breathing while sleeping is more common in obese persons.
There are more possibility of arthritis in people who are obese.