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Counselling Diabetes, obesity, and their treatments can take a lot out of a person. These are particularly challenging phases of your life and need to be treated as such. If you’re suffering from obesity or diabetes, and if especially you need medical treatment and surgery to help your health, then it will take a huge toll on your overall well-being. Having a surgery can be particularly stressful and counselling can lend a helping hand to pull you out of it. Diabetes counselling is recommended for those who are struggling with high blood sugar. Even if you don’t have to undergo any form of surgery, living with diabetes everyday is not easy, and you need all the professional help that you can get to help you through this. With the proper counselling, you can make the right changes in your diet, in your lifestyle, and in even in your outlook. Obesity is a disease that is almost always associated with diabetes. Obese people are more likely to get diabetes. Even if you haven’t yet contracted diabetes, you will need proper guidance to help you deal with and fight with other complications that are brought about due to obesity. Be it diabetes or obesity, or even post-surgical treatment, the benefits of counselling cannot be undermined. People who are about to undergo weight loss surgeries need to go through counselling sessions at Healios. Professionals may conduct one-on-one counselling sessions as well as group sessions, with either the patient’s family or with other patients, to ensure an improvement in their mental and emotional state prior to the surgery. Weight loss surgery will unquestionably bring about some changes in all aspects of your life. Be it your career, your personal relationships with your friends, family and spouses, and even your own individual well-being, a thorough counselling session will help you come to terms to the changes happening in your life. People who have undergone drastic weight loss through bariatric surgery require rigorous counselling sessions after surgery, to make them feel comfortable and confident in their new bodies. The post surgical counselling sessions will help them with re-building an identity and their self-esteem, align self image with their body image, defining goals in the post-surgical healing process, maintain the new body and new lifestyle, and deal with any emotional and psychological changes. With Healios’ Obesity counselling, you can gain back lost confidence and make psychological progress to be at par with the physical progress that you make through the obesity treatment packages. Healios also provides pre- and post-surgical counselling sessions to help you through all the stages of weight-loss surgery. Other than these counselling sessions, Helios also provides its patients with Lifestyle Management sessions, to assist them in improving their overall quality of life.
Abdominoplasty is a commonly performed body-contouring procedure to improve the shape and tone of your abdomen. This operation is often referred to as a ‘tummy tuck’. The operation is suitable for people with loose abdominal skin following pregnancy or significant weight loss, or if you have fatty bulges in the lower tummy that you just can’t get rid of with exercise. An abdominoplasty removes any excess skin and fat as well as improving the abdominal contour by tightening the muscle layer. Liposuction is often performed at the same time to optimise the result. The surgery results in a firmer abdomen with a more flattering contour. It is not a weight loss surgery (Bariatric Surgery). PRE OPERATIVE ASSESSMENT It is important for you to tell your surgeon the specific areas that concern you. These may include loose skin, stretch marks, fatty bulges, loose abdominal wall muscle tone and also other medical problems which can affect wound healing, such as smoking and diabetes, as well as risk factors for deep venous thrombosis (DVT or leg vein clots). People contemplating future pregnancies or significant weight loss are best to defer surgery. The expected scars, as well as the other risks of the operation will be explained. THE SURGERY Abdominoplasty is performed under a general anaesthesia. The surgical scar is at the lower most part of the abdomen thus hiding the scar. There are many variations on the procedure ranging from a mini-abdominoplasty with laparoscopic abdominal wall tightening to a full abdominoplasty involving removal of excess skin and fat, tightening of the abdominal wall muscles and repositioning of the umbilicus (belly button). AFTER THE SURGERY After the operation your abdomen or stomach will feel very tight and you may have a slightly flexed posture for a couple of weeks. This means you will be slightly bent over, not able to stand up completely straight. Most patients stay in Hospital for 2-4 days. Recovery times vary with most people being able to return to work in two to four weeks, with no sport or heavy lifting for 6-8 weeks. https://youtu.be/-PABGxNAIG4
ABOUT PILATES Untitled-31 Pilates is a rigorous form of exercise which emphasizes core strength and improvement in posture. During the Bariatric surgery journey, it is important to take up a form of exercise that you feel committed and passionate about. When you’ve lost sufficient weight after bariatric surgery, more intense exercise such as Pilates will be easier for you to try. Pilates is an excellent form of physical fitness to help keep you in shape for long term weight loss surgery results. Benefits of Pilates post Bariatric surgery include: Strengthen your back and abdominal muscles Improve your alignment and posture Develop muscle balance to help prevent injuries Increase your flexibility Improve your circulation Develop a long, lean and strong body Enjoy more energy ITS NOT JUST A EXERCISE PROGRAM, ITS AN EDUCATION. We just don’t exercise you, we educate you about your own body. Many conditions are managed by educating the patient about posture or ways to reduce strain on the body. Particularly relevant with work related problems. Our physiotherapists are experts in prescribing the right exercises to resolve various problems. eg : low back pain, early arthritis, etc DO NOT PUNISH YOURSELF AT GYM Most of the people fight their bodies at gym after weight loss surgery or any other surgery, but gym is not the right place for you. You need an medical expert to guide.
Importance of Counseling Counseling is a specialty that maintains a focus on facilitating personal and interpersonal functioning across the life span. This specialty pays particular attention to emotional, social, vocational, educational, health-related, developmental and organizational concerns. The weight loss process is not about being perfect but about loving and accepting yourself as an individual. With our coaching and/or counseling, we assist you with developing a sense of empowerment, defining your boundaries and developing and maintaining optimism with the greater appreciation for the ‘self’. In case of weight loss surgeries, counseling is a support process in which a counselor holds talks with patients on one to one, with families, with groups to help him/her to solve issues related to obesity. Counselor basically helps the patient and their family in the journey of weight loss till the goal is achieved successfully. Presently, prior to the weight loss surgery date being scheduled, the bariatric surgery patients are required to undergo pre-operative counseling. A weight loss surgery can cause ripple effects and change many areas of your life. A person will often experience changes in their emotional state in terms of their depression going away. The patients could also experience reduced levels of physical pain and fewer obstacles. There will be some changes in the following areas of your life: Career Relationships Marriage Friendships Spirituality
Exercise Is Crucial for Weight-Loss Success Exercise after gastric bypass surgery is critical for effective weight loss. “When we lose weight rapidly, we lose muscle. Muscle gauges and controls our metabolism. Exercise is a safe and effective way of maintaining lean body mass, which maintains metabolism and will facilitate [healthy] weight loss. Exercise also shortens recovery time for bariatric surgery patients and reduces the risk of postsurgical complications We offer typical exercise program recommended to bariatric surgery patients. The exercises in class are prescribed and performed for various reasons including weight loss, strengthening muscles, improving the cardiovascular system and developing or maintaining physical skills like balance. HIGHLY QUALIFIED AND CERTIFIED EXPERTS Every person that is referred receives a detailed assessment on their first visit. A senior physiotherapist evaluates the patient thoroughly and puts him/her on a exercise program which will be taken over by a physiotherapist cum certified Pilates instructor for further evaluation and a course of exercise program.
CARDIOLOGY ASSESSMENT: An accurate assessment of your health is needed before surgery. The best way to avoid complications is to understand their potential in the first place. It is important to know because surgery increases cardiac stress, your heart will be thoroughly evaluated with: ECG: as apart of routine pre-operative investigation it is necessary for all cardio and non-cardiopathic patients. 2D Echo: Morbidly obese patients are at risk of cardiovascular events and their optimal assessment before surgery is necessary. A transthoracic echocardiography was routinely performed in non-cardiopathic patients to rule out cardiovascular risk Two-Dimensional Echocardiogram (2D Echo) is a test in which ultrasound is used to picture out the heart. It is capable of displaying a cross sectional “slice” of the beating heart, including the chambers, valves and the major blood vessels that exit from the left and right part of the heart. TMT(STRESS TEST): The TMT involves exercising on a treadmill while you are closely monitored. The test is used to: Determine your likelihood of having coronary artery disease Identify abnormal heart rhythms Evaluate the effectiveness of your cardiac treatment plan Help you develop a safe exercise program https://youtu.be/tdOeFQiY4Bg
Healios provides: Obesity counseling Obesity associated with Diabetes Post Pregnancy Obesity Childhood Obesity Teenage Obesity Adult Obesity Pre surgery Counseling Post- Surgery Counseling Life Style Management
Liposuction is a surgical procedure aimed at removal of fat from your body. Though you can lose some weight this is not primarily intended at weight reduction and it is not a bariatric surgery. Patients with following problems are good candidates for this procedure. It helps to get rid of excess of fat from localized areas like abdomen, buttocks, hips, love handles, saddlebags, thighs, calves, back, arms and neck. Liposuction is equally effective in both men and women. Improves the contours Can be done in post bariatric patients who want body contouring. Can be done in combination with abdominoplasty. The procedure can be done in OPD basis under local anesthesia for small areas, or else regional or general anesthesia where patient needs to get admitted on the day of the procedure and can be discharged on the same day evening or on the next day. Liposuction Technique: The basic technique of liposuction involves the removal of fat via a hollow metal tube (cannula) that is passed through the fatty tissue. One of the most common types of liposuction involves the aspiration of fat by attaching a pump that generates a vacuum. This is known as suction assisted lipoplasty (SAL). In addition, a motor may be used on the cannula that causes the cannula to vacillate back and forth thus performing much of the “work” of liposuction known as power assisted liposuction (PAL). In tumescent liposuction, local anesthetic and other medications are injected into the fatty layer before suctioning excess fat. Risks & Complications The subject of risks and potential complications of surgery is best discussed on a personal basis between you and your plastic surgeon. Some of the potential complications that may be discussed with you include bleeding, infection, changes in sensation, scarring, allergic reactions and damage to underlying structures. https://youtu.be/CBFjYpUMQ8w
FAULTY “BRAIN SWITCH” DETERMINES OBESITY Obesity is considered as a disease in this New World. It has become a pandemic affecting every Nation. According to data collected in 2014 from the World Health Organization, more than 600 million adults around the world are obese and 41 million children younger than 5 years old are overweight. This in turn results in diabetes, high blood pressure, coronary artery disease, obstructive sleep apnea, joint pains and infertility. A team of researchers from the Biomedicine Discovery Institute at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, has recently conducted a study striving to gain a better understanding of the brain mechanisms that contribute to weight gain and loss. They have identified the mechanism through which brain controls the amount of fat that is burned after a meal. They concluded that “Faulty signals” from the brain can promote obesity. Researchers revealed the existence of a "switch" that tells the body what to do with the fat gained after food intake. If the switch is faulty, then the body is likely to store more fat, thus becoming predisposed to obesity. They have found a link between food intake and the process whereby white fat turns into brown fat. In the body, fat is stored in adipocytes or fat cells that make up the adipose tissue. These fat cells can convert from "white" (storing energy) into "brown" (releasing energy). The study found that the brain normally "instructs" the white fat cells to turn into brown fat cells after eating. This happens in response to insulin released from pancreas into the blood in larger quantities as blood sugar levels increase. On the other hand, brown fat cells are turned back into white energy storing fat cells after a period of gap during which no food is consumed. When this mechanism functions normally, it allows the body to stabilize its weight. This mechanism is akin to a switch, "reading" the insulin signals and flipping on and off as appropriate. In the case of people predisposed to excess weight gain, this switch malfunctions, becoming stuck in the "on" position. As a result of this browning is turned off all the time and energy expenditure is decreased all the time, so when you eat, you do not see a increase in energy expenditure - and that promotes weight gain. Bariatric surgery will result in increased levels of GLP 1 and PYY hormones and decreased levels of hormone called ghrelin. This in turn results in stimulation of satiety center in the brain and inhibition of hunger center. Post bariatric surgery, patients feel less hungry and so they eat less. They do not feel tired also. This results in weight loss and resolution of obesity associated comorbid conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure etc.
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