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  1. Overweight related health risks in adults
  2. Why exercise to intervene for overweight
  3. Exercise plan for weight loss
  4. Benefits after exercising
  5. Conclusion

A number of people have become overweight due to the various lifestyles that we have adapted. In addition, the type of occupation that one is in contributes a lot to being overweight or obese. Apart from the minor symptoms and effects that I have mentioned above, there are the health problems that come up after a developed stage. First, there is a risk of attack by the coronary heart disease.

When the body mass index increases, a person faces the risk of coronary heart disease which results to build up of plaque inside the coronary arteries. It narrows the coronary arteries hence preventing blood flow to the heart muscles. We also have the risk of High blood pressure. Stroke is also another health problem associated with being overweight. It is mainly a product of high blood pressure. Other types of health risks include type 2 diabetes, metabolic syndrome, abnormal blood fats, cancer, osteoarthritis, and sleep apnea among others.

[...] It narrows the coronary arteries hence preventing blood flow to the heart muscles. We also have the risk of High blood pressure. Stroke is also another health problem associated with being overweight. It is mainly a product of high blood pressure. Other types of health risks include type 2 diabetes, metabolic syndrome, abnormal blood fats, cancer, osteoarthritis, and sleep apnea among others. WHY EXERCISE TO INTERVENE FOR OVERWEIGHT Use of diet pills has proved to be ineffective in intervening for the prevalence of overweight individuals in the population. [...]


[...] Exercise is the only viable that is able to consistently show great effectiveness in the medical, physiological, behavioral and psychological outcomes. An exercise treatment programme consists of four main components that include a pre-evaluation where your historical information is collected and used as a reference to come up with the objectives, goals and the end results. Second, we have exercise where one is taken through enjoyable exercise that will be effective in reducing weight and other health problems. A behavioral plan should also be incorporated so as to help in monitoring the eating behaviors so as to reach the desired outcomes. [...]

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