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Your Kids Quality Of Life When Overweight

Many parents worry about the health of their children with the current childhood obesity crisis. Children are also at a high risk for being overweight or obese children and currently, 30.1% of guys and 25% of girls, both under the age of 18, are overweight or obese. Using BMI percentile charts, a child is considered overweight or obese if they are above the 95th percentile.

While being overweight comes with significant long-term health risks, these children typically experience a lower quality of life than normal weight children.

One of the most frustrating aspects of being overweight as a child is not feeling well. Carrying around excess weight tires children down easily and causes joint pain as well as regular can't playshortness of breath. Kids may not be able to play normally and feel tired even after a short amount of physical activity. Additionally, overweight and obese children receive a huge negative effect on mental health and development. Kids who are overweight may feel uncomfortable with their bodies and struggle with maintaining a positive body image. They may experience periods of depression, anxiety, or other mood swings related to their weight. When around other groups of children, overweight children often feel ostracized and may be bullied on a regular basis.

It’s not easy having child obesity, but most kids don’t understand how to achieve a healthy weight. Without help, they may turn to unhealthy eating habits, extreme food restriction, or take on other habits to become the size they think is normal. Because children can’t usually help themselves completely, they need help from parents, caregivers, or others to achieve and maintain a healthy weight over time.

Parents, caregivers, and healthcare providers can help children with weight issues by having an open and honest discussion about weight, growth, and development. Kids are often uncomfortable talking about their weight, but may be willing to discuss ways that they can become healthier.

In most cases of obesity in children, it’s a good idea to set small goals such as exercising on a regular basis and eating more fruits and vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains.

Kids should be responsible for setting their own goals and deciding what changes they want to make, without feeling pressured.

meal prepTo help kids meet their goals, parents and caregivers should focus on creating a healthy environment. When kids are growing up and developing their habits and patterns of behavior, this is a great time to encourage participating in exercise and building a healthy diet.

Kids should be involved in meal preparation and choosing healthy foods on a regular basis. It’s also a great idea to make exercise a family event, with fun outings and other activities that the entire family can enjoy.

Finally, parents can help overweight children by focusing on the positive. Instead of talking about restriction, have open discussions about the benefits of exercise and healthy eating. By putting a positive spin on these changes, kids will be more motivated to improve their overall lifestyle and work towards achieving a healthy weight over time.

So Much Knowledge About Obese Kids, So Little Progress?

Well, when it comes to obese children, statistics have it all. According to the CDC- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, by 2012, around 18% of children in the United States were obese, compared to just 7% in 1980. The story reads the same in adolescents who had increased to 21% from 5% during the same period. These undoubtedly, should be and are shocking statistics on overweight children. They reflect a grim future where diabetes will be an outbreak, by all standards.

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What do we mean by obesity?

In simple terms, this refers to having excess fat in your body. It happens when you burn way less calories than you consume. However, you need to have a doctor determine whether your child is really obese. The doctor will calculate the child’s BMI- Body Mass Index by measuring their height and weight and comparing it to what is set as standard. The doctor may also need to look at the child’s growth patterns.

The root of obesity in children

Where exactly is the problem on obesity in children? We may blame diet, lack of exercise, or even genetics. The experts cite behavior patterns, the environment, as well as genetics. In rare cases, hormonal imbalance may also cause the same. Obese parents also cause their children to follow suit, as they will model after their eating habits.

The consequences of childhood obesity

There are serious health risks that an obese child is exposed to. These children are susceptible to cardiovascular diseases like high blood pressure. They could also develop a condition referred to aspre-diabetes‘. The levels of sugar in the blood indicate a higher likelihood of developing diabetes. Such children could have joint and bone problems, as well as sleep apnea. Worse still, the other children who are of normal weight, could ridicule the obese ones causing them to have a low self esteem.

Child Obesity victims could also suffer from skin problems like heat rash, acne and fungal infections.

Obese children are more likely to be obese when they become adults. This increases their chances of developing various cancers like colon, esophagus, pancreas, thyroid, cervix, breast, kidney, ovary and prostrate, and many other types.

play outsideHow do we alleviate the situation?

We need to ensure that our children eat healthy foods and exercise, and train them to take up these good habits. Allow them to play, not video games, but let them go outside and play with other children, or with their dog. This helps burn calories as opposed to playing video games, where the child is physically inactive. When it comes to diet, all family members should change their diet, so that the child may not feel singled out.

As parents, you must let your child know that you are ready and willing to support them. This acceptance will raise their self esteem. Allow them to share what they feel about their weight.

All in all, there are more obese children today than there has been in history. It is a worrying trend, globally. It is upon us parents and families who have children to ensure that they do not become overweight children. If they already are obese, it is possible to reverse the situation.

We can change the grim future that childhood obesity can result in.

How Does Obesity in Kids Happen?

Obesity in children is an increasingly common condition in which excessive body fat has accumulated to a point that it may have negative effects on the young one’s health. Child obesity is one of the most fatal, chronic and relapsing disorders of the 21st century, the condition is often associated with poor nutrition and lack of physical activity. In general, the increase in cases of childhood obesity is associated with the tendency to consume fast foods as well as sugar-sweetened beverages. Given the risks associated with the disorder, it’s important to understand its how this happens and what to do about it.

How does obesity in children happen?

Sometimes, the truth hurts…
 

Excess weight and obesity may be the result of one or a combination of various factors which include the following:

1. Poor food choices

When children are fed or allowed to consume sugary and high fat foods instead of healthier options, they may become overweight children since these foods often have high calories.

2. Sedentary pursuitswatching tv

On average, children and adolescents watch more than 4 hours of television per day, in addition to spending time on video games or electronic games. These pastimes are slowly replacing active ones and may put your young one at risk of obesity.

3. Lack of physical activity

Children who are generally inactive or don’t exercise regularly are likely to add weight as they don’t burn any calories via physical activity.

4. Family history

A family’s eating habits can have a significant influence on the weight of a child. Overweight parents may have little concern about obese children compared to parents with a healthy weight.

5. Genetics

In some cases, obesity in children may be a result of gene disorders. Particular genes can act together, which is shown by a tendency within a family to become overweight. This may make children in such families to be highly susceptible to obesity.

What needs to be done about obesity in children?

1. Physical activity

An important part in weight loss for children (and even adults) is exercise. This will burn calories, build strong bones & muscles, and help your child sleep well. Moreover, active children are likely to become fit adults. As a parent, there are several things you can do to increase your child’s levels including:

· Limiting recreational computer & TV time to about 2 hours a day.

· Joining your young one in the activities.

· Choosing for them activities they like.

· Varying physical activities.

2. Healthy eating

healthy foodsSince the parents are ones who choose and prepare the food, making even the smallest of changes can make a huge difference for overweight children. Anytime you’re buying food, go for fruits and vegetables rather than convenience foods like cookies as they’re often high in sugar. Additionally, limit the consumption of sweetened beverages in your home and cut down on the number of times you eat out.

3. Weight-loss surgery

For severely obese children and adolescents who’ve been unable to shed weight using the conventional weight-loss methods, surgery can be an option. It’s known to be effective and is relatively safe. But just like other types of surgery, weight-loss surgery may have potential risks & long-term complications. Its long-term effect of on a child’s growth and development is also largely unknown. Even with weight-loss surgery, there still needs to be a life-change in their eating and exercise habits.

A Video Message For Heavy Kids

Please take 3 minutes out of your day to watch this IMPORTANT and INSPIRING video about child obesity and how we can help.