Dr. Feiz & Associates note that the proven benefits of weight loss surgery are more likely experienced if a patient is physically and mentally prepared.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 02, 2016
Studies show that mental disorders like depression are linked to severe obesity and patients that qualify for bariatric surgery are encouraged to get a mental health evaluation prior to the procedure, according to an article published July 14 on U.S. News. Dr. Feiz & Associates note that the proven benefits of weight loss surgery are more likely experienced if a patient is physically and mentally prepared. The Los Angeles bariatric center goes on to note that obesity is often linked to a variety of physical and mental conditions, and after proper preparation, bariatric surgery can significantly improve a variety of serious health complications, such as:
Heart Disease- Dr. Feiz & Associates notes that severe obesity is often linked to life-threatening cardiovascular conditions such as hypertension. These complications often lead to an increased risk of heart attacks and even kidney damage. The Los Angeles based bariatric surgery center also explains that the significant amount of weight lost after a bariatric surgery helps prevent the heart from overworking, and restores cardiovascular health. Dr. Feiz & Associates goes on to note that patients are also more likely to achieve reduced levels of cholesterol after a bariatric surgery.
Arthritis- Excess weight puts constant pressure and strain on bones and joints, which can be very difficult for patients to withstand. The Los Angeles weight loss clinic notes that bariatric surgery significantly improves pain and complications caused by arthritis because the significant amount of weight lost after the procedure relieves the patient’s bones and joints. In addition, mobility is considerably improved and the patient can then complete simple daily tasks and even participate in effective exercise routines with ease and comfort, notes Dr. Feiz & Associates.
Sleep Apnea- Severely obese patients often have low levels of energy caused by sleep apnea. This can occur when excess folds of skin and fat caused by obesity block the airway and the patient stops breathing while they sleep. Not only is this condition disruptive for a patient, it can also be life-threatening if not addressed, notes Dr. Feiz & Associates. Weight loss surgery reduces the amount of soft tissue and fat that prevents the patient from properly breathing at night. After successful weight loss, many patients experience increased levels of energy because their sleep is no longer disrupted, the Los Angeles based bariatric surgery center explains.
Dr. Feiz & Associates concludes by noting that the weight loss clinic works hard to ensure that their patients are thoroughly evaluated and prepared for the positive life-changing effects of a bariatric surgery. Readers who are interested in learning more information about the weight loss surgery preparation process and the highly effective procedures available, are encouraged to call Dr. Feiz & Associates at (800) 868-5946 or visit the bariatric surgery center’s website at http://www.DrFeiz.com.