Obesity And Sleep Disorders

Patients with obesity (overweight) not only save some deadly diseases such as cholesterol, heart until a stroke. Obesity according to some researchers also cause sleep disorders. According to some researchers, people an have serious sleep disorders will lose weight up to three times more likely to be able to sleep well than those an did not lose weight. The study, spread by the Archives of Internal Medicine, researchers selected 264 very obese adults to experiment. All participants were randomly divided into two groups. One group underwent weight-loss program with portion-controlled diet and exercise program 175 minutes per week.
While the second group did not receive advice to lose weight and participate in the program treatment of diabetes. One year later, the group an through weight-loss program lost an average of 24 lb., while the second group only lose weight more than 1 pound. Thus in one group very likely to return to sleep as compared with the second group decreased only weighs 1 pound.
The group that is only down 1 pound actually sleep disorder that was getting worse. "These results show that physicians and patients can expect a large improvement in their symptoms of sleep disorders with weight loss,"said Gary Foster, director of the Center for Obesity Research and Education at Temple University. The most common symptoms of of sleep disorders occur in people that are overweight and obesity. Sleep disorders can cause deadly diseases such as heart attacks, strokes and hypertension.

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