Obesity is a condition characterized by excessive fat accumulation in the body, which brings about health complications. People have the challenge of avoiding obesity because several factors cause it: personal diet, physical exercise choices, and inheritance factors (Lamore et al., 2019). The type of genes that you inherit from your parents may influence the amount of fat that your body can accumulate. The same genes also affect your body’s ability to turn food into energy, your appetite, and how your body scorches calories during the workout. Families tend to share eating habits and activities, which is why obesity may affect a whole family. Alcoholism may also be a cause since people consume liquid calories in alcohol without their knowledge. Population targets are people between 18 and 49 years, a combination of both males and females. Globally approximately 1.9 billion people above the age of 18 are obese, while only 340 million children under the age of 18 are obese, so I selected the population above 18 years.
Obesity causes other health problems such as heart diseases such as cardiac arrest and stroke. Musculoskeletal is another condition that causes high degenerative infections of the joints. Diabetes and cancers of the colon, breast, ovary, and liver may also be caused by obesity (Sumida et al., 2020). A person can become obese at any age, but with an increase in age, there is low physical, which may cause obesity. Irregular periods and infertility in women can also be caused by obesity. To prevent obesity, people should avoid habits like smoking. Oversleeping or less sleep can also cause obesity, so people should get enough sleep. Reduce stress, and women should be careful with their diet, especially when they are pregnant. People may gain when rapidly if they tried to reduce weight previously, this means people should constantly check their diet.
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