Providing professional help and fostering a healthy doctor patient relationship can lead to sustainable weight loss.

O apoio dos profissionais
de saúde pode ajudar os pacientes a alcançarem uma perda de peso clinicamente significativa e duradoura6

…HCPs driving weight loss discussions and who strive to have a healthy doctor-patient relationship can achieve successful treatment paths – obesity specialist as well as GP, PCP, etc.

O apoio dos profissionais de saúde pode ajudar os pacientes a alcançarem uma perda de peso clinicamente significativa e duradoura.6

 

Conversas iniciadas pelo médico motivam os pacientes a perder peso e a mudar seu comportamento.6,9

  • Pesquisas mostraram que os pacientes têm menos probabilidade de iniciar o diálogo por muitos motivos, incluindo:

- Possibilidade de escutar comentários “dolorosos” sobre seu peso;10

- Medo de ser culpado por seus problemas de peso;11

- Vergonha e constrangimento com seu peso.11

  • Para alcançar uma perda de peso sustentável, normalmente é necessária intervenção a longo prazo.7
There are many solutions to obesity treatment, including diet & exercise, medical weight management with pharmacotherapy, and various weight loss surgery options.

Opções de tratamento7,8

Múltiplas opções de tratamento são necessárias para ajudar as pessoas com obesidade a perder peso e a melhorar sua saúde.7,8

 

Alimentação saudável e atividade física devem ser parte de qualquer intervenção para perda de peso, mas nem sempre são suficientes para manter a perda de peso7

 

There are many types of treatments for obesity. Their effectiveness depends on the BMI category of the individual patient with obesity.


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