What is Redo Bariatric Surgery?

Bariatric surgeries work by changing the anatomy of your gastrointestinal tract; stomach and digestive system. Weight loss success depends not only on the weight loss surgery but on many other factors such as exercise, lifestyle modification, and more. By changing your gastrointestinal anatomy, certain bariatric procedures affect the production of intestinal hormones in a way that reduces hunger and appetite and increases feelings of fullness. The end result is a reduction in the desire to eat and in the frequency of eating. Amusingly, these surgically-induced changes in hormones are opposite to those produced by dietary weight loss.

Further Information About the Procedure

Why should you undergo bariatric surgery?

How can a bariatric surgery help?

Lose More Weight

After Care Support Package

  • Constant availability of specialist weight-loss professionals and support team that includes dietitians as well as your bariatric surgeon
  • Pre and post operative care
  • Transport to and from the surgical procedure
  • Unlimited access to specialist nurses to help you with recovery
  • Post operative support staff and psychotherapists
  • Dietary guidance post surgery
  • Emergency helpline around the clock
  • Regular weight and health monitoring to ensure your weight loss targets are being comfortably met
  • Two to five years of advice and support for losing weight and keeping off the lost weight
  • Personal trainer program to aide you in achieving and maintaining fitness

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Benefits of Redo Bariatric Surgery

Bariatric Surgery and Hormonal Changes

Hormonal changes following bariatric surgery improve weight loss by maintaining or enhancing calories burned. An energy balance is created because of the surgery. Hormones such as sugar levels and cortisol are reduced. The weight loss improves the production of other factors that reduce the storage of fat into fat storage depots.

Dieting and Hormonal Changes

During diets for weight loss, energy level is reduced to levels lower than would be predicted. This lower energy level and change in body composition can lead to weight regain.

Control Type 2 Diabetes

Bariatric surgeries also lead to improvement and remission of Type II diabetes mellitus (T2DM). In the past, diabetes was considered to be a progressive and incurable disease. Treatments related to weight loss help control T2DM but rarely cause remission of the disease.

Treats Blood Pressure

Problems related to high blood pressure can be reduced.

Improved Heart Health

Heart health can be improved tremendously. Losing weight and regulating a healthy lifestyle will give more strength, improve blood flow.

Improvement in Overall Health

Individuals who find themselves on a weight-loss reduction journey often engage in physical activity, such as walking and sports. Increased physical activity combined with weight loss may often improve your body’s capacity to burn fat, lead to a positive attitude, and decrease anxiety. Moreover, there will be a reduction in medication related to obesity or a decrease in other types of medication which is used to treat other underlying causes of obesity.

Long Term Weight Loss Success

Bariatric surgeries result in long term weight loss which is beneficial for obese people who find it difficult to cope up with the weight reduction programs. Weight reduction is an uphill task for obese people; weight loss surgery will help achieve long term goals which are a driving force for people with weight issues. This way the patients will stay motivated. Some studies validate that more than 90 percent of obese people were effective in maintaining 50 percent or more of their excess weight loss following bariatric surgery. Physical activity is also a very important component of combating obesity.

Improved Longevity

Most patients affected by severe obesity are in poor health and have one or more life-threatening diseases at the time of their surgery. Therefore, the benefits of surgery far exceed the risks. Several large population studies find that individuals affected by severe obesity who have had bariatric surgery have a lower risk of death than individuals affected by obesity that do not have surgery.

Progress in Obesity Related Ailments

Bariatric surgery is concomitant with massive weight-loss and improves, or even cures, obesity related issues such as high blood pressure, asthma, breathing disorders, arthritis, lipid abnormalities, reflux disease, fatty liver disease and more.

Changes in Quality of Life and Psychological Status

In addition to improvements in health and longevity, surgical weight-loss improves overall quality of life. The person becomes physically more active and socially more interactive. A patient can overcome anxiety, depression and for once live a happy and a healthy life.

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