Don’t let your struggle with weight be a lifelong battle. With the right medical help you can live a longer happier life. Dr. Daniel Cottam from the Bariatric Medicine Institute of Utah says there is a way to lose the weight and keep it off for good.
The Added Health Benefits Related to Weight Loss Surgery
While bariatric surgery is a solution for those suffering with obesity, it also provides additional health benefits to obese patients, including resolving type II diabetes, decreasing or eliminating hunger pains, decreasing joint pain, and improving energy.
How bariatric weight loss surgery improves type II diabetes
Bariatric surgery has been shown to improve or even resolve type II diabetes for most struggling with obesity by rerouting part of the digestive system, thus changing the way the gut sends signals to the brain and the brain to the liver.
– Help normalize blood sugar levels without diabetes medication.
– Improve insulin sensitivity
– Help eliminate or lessen the need for diabetes medication in some patients.
– Significantly improve the ability to become active again.
– Be an effective and immediate option to improve health when urgent health concerns related to type II diabetes are present.
Is bariatric weight loss surgery the right treatment for you?
For those with type II diabetes, bariatric surgery should not be considered a last resort treatment. Actually, new research shows that the duration of remission is influenced by a person’s history with type II diabetes. Those with a longstanding history with diabetes before surgery were more likely to see a recurrence. For that reason, surgery may be a good option for more people in early stages of the disease.
In addition to managing type II diabetes, other medical conditions associated with obesity can be alleviated with weight loss from bariatric surgery.
Additional health problems surgery can alleviate:
– Lower back pain and degenerative joint disease
– Sleep apnea
– Heart disease
– High cholesterol
– High blood pressure
In addition to managing type II diabetes, other medical conditions associated with obesity can be alleviated with weight loss from bariatric surgery. For more information go to bmiut.com or call the Bariatric Medicine Institute of Utah at 801-869-7114.