Boost up your personality with weight loss surgery in India
Do you feel low confident due to your weight which is gaining like pumpkin? If yes, then you need to pay careful attention to it as it could lead to serious complications besides your personality. I have found many people who often feel depression due to being overweight. There are some horrible facts that will let you go for the obesity surgery as soon as possible. The obese people are 6 times more prone to develop gallbladder disease. Similarly, obese people are more prone to develop high blood pressure. No matter which country you live in, you can easily get your obesity surgery done in a reputed hospital.
Over the past few years, India is the country which has developed a lot not only in world-class infrastructure but medical services as well. Today you will find best hospitals in India that give new definition to India’s medical fraternity. A large number of people come to India just only to get world-class health care services at Indian prices. A weight loss surgery in India would cost much lesser than the same surgery in abroad. With obesity becoming the most common problem faced by people, the demand for obesity surgery in India has increased a lot. The is quite surprising that the cost of obesity surgeries in India is 10-15 times lower than anywhere else in the world.
Weight loss surgery in India generally changes the digestive process of the body by restricting the amount of food that stomach can hold/or by limiting the absorption of nutrients. The most commonly performed procedures are restrictive, malabsorptive or a combination of both procedures. Restrictive procedures limit the amount of food the stomach can hold, but don't alter the body's normal digestion of food and nutrients. Malabsorptive procedures bypass most of the small intestine so that fewer calories and nutrients are absorbed. Combined procedures restrict food intake as well as the amount of calories and nutrients the body absorbs.
Today medical technologies have overcame the regional boundaries and helped many people lose their excessive weight surgically. Seeking a reputed bariatric surgeon is no longer a overwhelming task as internet becomes the largest source of information nowadays with more and more people relying on it. Weight loss surgeries in western countries cost three to four times more than in India. However, it is not only the cost advantage that keeps the sector ticking. It has a high success rate and a growing credibility. India has a large number of hospitals offering world-class treatments in nearly every medical sector from cardiology to cosmetic.
Mike Nicholson - About Author:
Dr. Atul N.C. Peters is a leading Bariatric Surgeon in India. His particular areas of expertise include Advanced Laparoscopic GI Surgery, weight loss surgery in India and obesity surgery in India. Make an appointment with him for Bariatric Surgery in India.
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