Find out more about benefits associated with risks, benefits, adverse side negative effects and the things that need to be considered in this video.
How Does a Gastric Ballon Work?
Gastric balloon surgery can be described as a weight-loss procedure that involves inserting the deflated balloon of silicone into the stomach. The balloon was then filled with saline to similar size to an average grapefruit. The patient will feel satisfied as well as less full.
The Benefits of Gastric Balloon Surgery
On average, a person loses 3x the weight they weigh in loss.
Reduced hunger and cravings.
The incidence is lower for type II diabetes as well as high blood pressure and cholesterol levels that are high.
Reduced risk of heart attack and stroke.
They feel self-confidence, and they feel healthy.
Gastric balloon surgery is recommended to those who are obese (BMI over 30) or have a BMI of 27-30. It’s suggested for individuals who are overweight (BMI greater than 30) or have the BMI 27-30 with at the very least, one additional health issue related to weight, for example, type II diabetes, high blood pressure, or high cholesterol levels.