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What is Obesity?

Description of the disease

Obesity is a chronic disease characterized by excess accumulation of fat in the body. This condition can lead to serious health consequences such as diabetes, heart disease, and joint problems.


  • Obesity of the first degree (Body Mass Index (BMI) 30-34.9)
  • Obesity of the second degree (BMI 35-39.9)
  • Obesity of the third degree, or morbid obesity (BMI 40 and above)


Symptoms of obesity may include fatigue, difficulty breathing, increased sweating, edema, and others.


Obesity can be caused by various factors, including genetic predisposition, improper diet, sedentary lifestyle, and others.


Diagnosis of obesity is based on measuring BMI, assessing fat distribution in the body, and other methods.


Treatment of obesity may include lifestyle changes, diet, physical exercises, use of medication, or surgical methods.


Prevention of obesity is based on proper nutrition, active lifestyle, regular weight control, and other measures.


For the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of obesity, it is advisable to consult an endocrinologist or a dietitian.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.