The chance of suffering serious illness goes up with increasing weight gain, experts analysing health, death and sickness data from United Kingdom adults found.
The study will be presented at the European Congress on Obesity (ECO) in Glasgow.
"As both rates of obesity and emotional problems in childhood are increasing, understanding their co-occurrence is an important public health concern, as both are linked with poor health in adulthood", she said.
A major study of 2.8 million adults revealed that people with a body max index (BMI) of 30 to 35 had a 70 per cent higher risk of heart failure compared to those with a BMI under 30. People in the group with the lowest severity of obesity, with a BMI of 30 to 35, were more than five times as likely to develop type 2 diabetes and sleep apnoea as those of a normal weight. Compared to 200 other people, who were consuming sugar pills, they were found to be twice as likely to lose 5 per cent or more of their body weight. Those with BMI of 40-45 are susceptible to suffering from heart failure three times more and those with BMI of 40-45 are considered to be at a 50 per cent higher risk of premature death.
People with obesity who reported being active commuters had a risk of death from any cause that was similar to normal weight active commuters, suggesting that cycling or walking to and from work could reduce the detrimental effect of obesity. Overall, this group was over 30 percent more likely to die prematurely from all causes.
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The BMI study findings came after researchers trawled health records, including BMI data, contained in the database UK Clinical Practice Research Datalink from January 2000 to July 2018.
"Like most observational BMI studies using routine health data, there are limitations to this work but I suspect some risks are in fact underestimated".
Lead author Christiane Haase, who works for the study's funders Novo Nordisk, said: "With the number of people living with obesity nearly tripling worldwide over the past 30 years [105 million people in 1975 to 650 million in 2016], our findings have serious implications for public health".
A study of almost 440 overweight and obese adults showed six out of 10 had a "meaningful response" after taking the pills, which are marketed as Plenity.
Study co-leader Dr. Praveetha Patalay from the University College London points out that children in socioeconomically deprived areas have less access to healthy food and green spaces, which could affect both obesity and emotional problems. "We need to replace the sugar and processed food with fiber".