The video below will discuss the potential risks and positives of adverse consequences.
How Does a Gastric Ballon Do Its Work?
A gastric balloon procedure is an operation to lose weight. You insert a silicone balloon that has been removed from the stomach. The balloon then was filled with saline and was about the same size as a grapefruit. The patient is satisfied but less hungry.
The Benefits of Gastric Balloon Surgery
An average person loses 3 times their weight through the process of losing weight.
Feel less hungry and feel more content.
The incidence is lower for Type II diabetes and high blood pressure and cholesterol levels that are high.
There is a lower risk of stroke and heart attack.
A sense of confidence and wellbeing.
The gastric balloon procedure is suggested to those who are overweight (BMI >30) or have an BMI between 27-30. The procedure is recommended for overweight individuals (BMI>30) or with a BMI that is between 27 and 30 and having at least one obesity-related issue including type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure, or excessive cholesterol. u9r5n81ret.