FAQs about obesity

When consuming more food than a person’s activity level, which leads to an increase in fat storage this condition is called Exogenous Obesity.
Gynoid obesity is characterized by the accumulation of fat in the lower body parts like thighs, hips resulting in a pear-like body shape.
Obesity leads to an increased level of fatty acids and inflammation, contributing to insulin resistance which causes diabetes mellitus.
As we mentioned earlier obesity cause an increase in triglycerides and high cholesterol and blood sugar these harmful condition contributes to the formation of a blood clot that may travel to the heart or brain.
Yes, an obese person may have low blood pressure due to shock and fat accumulation.