Mood issues such as mood swings, anxiety or depression could be a symptom of an underactive thyroid. If you have the same symptoms get a check-up done today!
Obesity is associated with a decreased life span. Research shows that bariatric surgery increases life expectancy considerably.
Bariatric surgery decreases a person’s risk of coronary heart disease, stroke and peripheral heart diseases.
The weight loss that occurs after a bariatric surgery relieves the stress on joints and often allows people to stop using pain medication and enjoy much more mobility.
Obesity results from energy imbalance which can be corrected by doing daily exercise and being active. Keep exercising and stay fit.
You have to grow from the inside out.
None can teach you, none can make you spiritual.
There is no other teacher but your own soul.
Did you know that bariatric surgery can reduce the strain on the heart which occurs as a result of obesity? This can also reduce high blood pressure arising due to obesity.
Send your illnesses and woes on a permanent vacation. Just laugh and see them off!
Feeling cold when others are not, or having a body temperature consistently below 98.5. It could be a sign of underactive thyroid.
Did you know that bariatric surgery can improve diabetes arising out of obesity.
If you have suddenly gained weight without any change in what you are eating or how much you are exercising then you could be suffering from hypothyroidism.
Wait no more!
Fight obesity with bariatric surgery.
Green tea is packed with natural polyphenols that support body’s natural body detox system. Use it to cleanse your body.
Eliminate excessive caffeine and sugar as they wreak havoc on your digestive system, eat up your energy and you may get addicted over time.
A heavy or tired head, especially in the afternoon is a symptom of thyroid as your head is a very sensitive indicator of thyroid hormone status.
This new year we resolve to resolve all your health issues. The Fortis Memorial Research Institute family wishes you and your family a happy and healthy 2017.