Are you looking forward to losing weight? Are you looking for a perfect weight loss surgery in the UK?
Wait. You are not alone. According to NHS Digital, 26% of the adults were obese by 2016 and the number is increasing day by day as it has already increased by 15% as compared to 1993. This might be the reason to worry. But, no need to stress so much, we have got you covered.
Many governments, as well as non-government organizations, are already spreading a good awareness about healthy lifestyle and guidance on how to control obesity and achieve a holistic life.
But in some cases, exercise and a special diet will work only if the person is undergone a special treatment and here is where the obesity treatments come into the picture. Today, most of the obese people are choosing weight loss surgeries because they show us results in real time and without any great efforts.
According to our own survey, we have observed that people from Britain and around are giving priority to weight loss surgery in Prague.
There are three types of weight loss surgeries:
1. Restrictive Surgeries: They work by shrinking the dimensions of the abdomen and slowing down digestion. a standard stomach will hold about 3 pints of food. After surgery, the abdomen might initially hold as little as an ounce, though later that might stretch to 2 or 3 ounces. The smaller the abdomen, the less you’ll be able to eat.
2. Malabsorptive Surgeries: They change how you are taking in food. They give you a smaller stomach and also remove or bypass a part of your digestive tract that makes it harder for your body to soak up calories. Doctors seldom do purely malabsorptive surgeries — also referred to as intestinal bypasses — anymore because of the side effects.
3. Implanting an electrical device: The newest of the three techniques prompts weight loss by interrupting nerve signals between the abdomen and also the brain.
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4. Adjustable Gastric Banding: The physician uses an inflatable band to squeeze the abdomen into two sections: a smaller higher pouch and a larger lower section. The two sections are still connected by a really small channel that slows down the emptying of the upper pouch. Most of the people will only eat a 1/2 to 1 cup of food before feeling too full or sick. The food also must be soft or well-chewed.
5. Gastric Balloon & Spatz Balloon: The insertion of the gastric balloon takes only 20 to 30 minutes. An endoscopic examination of the esophagus, stomach, and small intestine is performed before the insertion itself. Then the balloon is inserted on a cable and, below visual review via the endoscope, is stuffed with 400-600 ml of a so-called saline solution via a valve, into that a special dye is added – 2.5 ml of methylene blue. This is an indicator if the balloon ruptures; in such a case it colors the urine and warns the patient that they need to find a doctor and have the balloon removed instantly. Though the empty balloon enters more into the digestive tract, it’s sometimes spontaneously expelled.
6. Sleeve Gastrectomy: Again, another restrictive weight loss surgery. In the operation, the physician removes about 75% of the stomach. What remains of the abdomen is a slim tube or sleeve that connects to the intestines. Sometimes, sleeve surgery is the first step in a series of weight loss surgeries. For a few people, it is the only surgery they have.
7. Gastric Plication: The procedure is performed with simply a few tiny punctures. Surgeons diminish abdomen volume by folding its wall (rolling up) inwards. This method ensures the abdomen reduction and surgeons will secure the abdomen with cross stitching, non-absorbable sutures or special clips.