Community could Help to Tackle Obesity
Dec. 12, 2012
-- Obesity is considered as a serious illness and cause of life threaten diseases. Health experts always suggest for managing health and food intake to avoid this serious illness. In spite of dull awareness, there are several individuals dealing with obesity due to unhealthy work environment and change in life style. For obese person, it is good to get rid of the disease as soon as possible to obtain normal health situation. Health experts have suggested for some new guidelines to help in obesity cure. New tactic to fight with obesity have called for organizations and community involvement.
National Institute of health and clinical excellence (NICE) has encouraged a community wide approach based on organization and community. According to the approach various organizations persuaded to act and plan together in order to tackle increasing problem of obesity in the respective local area of organizations.
It has been considered that over one quarter of England population is considered obese and falling with the trouble of overweight. Potentially it is expected that the problem is increasing fast and about 60 percent of adult men, 50 percent of adult women and 25 percent of children will get obesity problem by 2050. Almost every class of UK population is facing overweight trouble.
Experts consider it as serious illness for one’s health so several private health insurance
) providers offer cover for obesity treatment. This disease is increasing the serious risk of heart disease, some sort of cancers, diabetes etc which is estimated £5.1 billion cost annually for the country.
Organization has recommended for public health teams to work with champions after recognizing them who have specific role or interest in preventing over weight problem in local authority. NHS strategy groups private or public, voluntary sector bodies and community should help to remove obesity in their local area in order to improve health condition and also to avoid serious illness which causes due to obesity.