Weight loss to address obesity has been a struggle for a lot of people worldwide, including those who struggle with weight problems in Singapore.
Beer belly is a running gag among people. As the name suggests, it is having a protruding belly due to overconsumption of alcoholic drinks, specifically beer. I mean who hasn’t seen their friend chugging on a glass of beer while their tummy is prominent through their shirt.
Sleep apnea is a sleeping disorder wherein one’s breathing tends to stop intermittently. Side effects of this condition include loud snoring, feeling tired the next day after waking up, waking up with a dry mouth, daytime sleepiness and trouble getting a restful sleep.
One of the main struggles after giving birth is getting rid of that postpartum belly or the so-called mummy tummy. After giving birth, aside from the excitement of being a new mother, most women would still want to regain that sense of self and return to their natural figure after giving birth. And though it is healthy to gain weight
Obesity in both children, teenagers and adults occurs worldwide. One of the countries that are seriously dealing with this matter is Singapore. Based on the records of the Ministry of Health (MOH), 36.2% of Singaporeans aged 18-69 are overweight, while 13% of children and adolescent teens in schools also suffer weight problems. According to studies, males and females have their
Obesity is the abnormal or excessive accumulation of fat in the body. People who are considered obese have a Body Mass Index (BMI) of more than 30, while those with a BMI of over 40 are already categorized as morbidly obese. This condition not only concerns the physical appearance of a person but also imposes various health risks. Most people