Obesity-overweightHealth Issues have increased over the past years which have been a major concern for World Health Organization. Research has reveled that being over weighted has been a major factor of numerous health problems. While some health problems might occur own their own but obesity has proven to be a vital element for numerous health issues.


Junk food along with no physical training plays a vital role in fat buildup. Obesity helps in expansion of numerous diseases which can cause some serious amount of damage to human health.


There are many reasons to tighten your tummy by exercising and eating right, including better balance and stability and a sleeker appearance. A big belly also raises your risk for a number of health conditions including metabolic syndrome, heart disease and diabetes. Another good incentive to eat right, exercise and reduce your waistline is that a big belly can lead to back pain.



If your belly is filled with blubber instead of muscle, you are likely to have back problems. Being overweight per se is not proven to be a primary cause for back pain. However, your center of gravity may shift forward, which puts additional pressure on your back. You also are likely to have weak abdominal muscles. Most back pain is related to weak muscles in your trunk area, says Joe Kita, author of “Men’s Health Best Abs.” That’s because when your abdominal muscles are weak the muscles along your back, in your butt and along the back of your legs must compensate. This leads to shortened muscles and connective tissues. Shorter, less flexible muscles and connective tissue restrict your joint mobility, which in turn increases the likelihood you’ll suffer strains and sprains, and thus pain.