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Adiposity

Anatori Sealife Comments 0 20th February 2012
obesity affects the intestines. Causes of Adiposity and weight loss treatment / hypothalamic disease

Adiposity is the hypothalamic disease when fatty tissues develop excessively. The condition usually develops after reaching 40 years of age. It is typical of women. Adiposity primarily results from an energy balance disturbance, i.e. the discrepancy between the amount of energy entering the organism and its consumption.

Adiposity often arises from hyperalimentation. It can also result from impaired control over energy consumption. Many factors may prompt the disease. Among those are a hereditary-constitutional predisposition, insufficient physical activity, some physiological states (pregnancy, lactation, climax, etc.), and such factors as age, sex and professional occupation.

Changes in behavioural reactions

Adiposity is a hypothalami-hypophyseal disease. Its pathogenesis centres on expressed hypothalamic disturbances causing changes in behavioural reactions (particularly, food behaviour) and hormonal disorders. It increases the activity of the hypothalamic-hypophyseal-adrenal system. Further, the adrenocorticotrophic hormone secretion rises. It also increases the hydrocortisone production speed. Besides, it accelerates metabolism.

Moreover, it reduces the secretion of the somatotropic hormone featuring lipolytic effect. It impairs the secretion of gonadotropin and sexual steroids. Also, the decreased efficiency of hyperinsulinemia characterises it. The metabolism of thyroid hormones and sensitivity of peripheral tissues impairs.

Types of adiposity

Adiposity can be alimentary-constitutional, hypothalamic and endocrine. Alimentary-constitutional fatness is of family-type and, as a rule, affects the members of one family or their blood relatives: regular hyperalimentation, improper nutrition, lack of physical exercise, etc. cause it. Hypothalamic adiposity arises from a disturbance of the hypothalamic functions. It also features many peculiar clinic characteristics.

Symptoms

Endocrine adiposity is one of the first symptoms of a primary pathology of the endocrine glands, i.e. hypercorticism, hypothyroidism, hypogonadism, etc. However, all the forms lead to certain hypothalamic disturbances, either direct or developing in the course of the disease progress.

We have accumulated significant statistics over the past twelve years providing preventive treatment to patients with a diagnosis of adiposity. Besides, we noticed significant improvements in the general health status of most patients with regular colonic hydrotherapy using sodium bicarbonate solution. Moreover, probiotic implants make positive effects last longer.

We also recommend a food intolerance test to reduce the number of factors affecting health negatively.