The Weight Loss Management Market is predicted to advance dramatically between 2020 and 2026. Weight maintenance is the method of modifying lifestyles prolonged to maintain a healthier weight on the basis of sex, age and height. Obesity is a lifelong disease that affects about 17 percent of U.S. teenagers and nearly one in three adults. Therefore the possibility of diabetes type 2, fatty liver disease, stroke and other health complications is caused by increasing obesity. Therefore in the coming years the demand is expected to be a major increase of the market.
Overweight and obesity are associated with extra body fat and elevated weight by height. More than 1.4 billion people 20 years of age or older are overweight and obese, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO). Obesity not only results in a lack of faith among obese individuals but is also a significant health issue.
Overweight contributes a person inevitably to a variety of diseases such as cardiovascular disease (CVD), type 2 diabetes, strokes and even cancer risk. Obesity and weight gain have been one of the key challenges in developing countries like the USA, as sedentary habits of young adults are gradually embraced by young people.
The global weight loss services market is poised to expand in the coming years, thanks to growing awareness among people about their health and well being. The huge customer base is a key demand driver for the growth of the global weight loss services market. It will continue to remain due to growing global population, especially in the Asia Pacific and Rest of the World. The increased weight of customers and the increasing disposable income of people in the developed world are both the key drivers of the weight loss industry.
However several high and falsified statements confuse the general public on the efficacy of such programmes. Such false loss claims and deceptive help restrict real product and service demand expansion.
There are four main geographical regions that will segment their global demand in weight loss facilities, namely North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and the Rest of the World. The competitors in this market have traditionally been in North America and Europe the biggest spots. In the U.S., the demand for weight management programmes boosts thanks to the coverage of obesity screening and therapy under the Affordable Care Act. The obesity levels in Britain demonstrated a dramatic rise in the 1993-2011 timeframe.
According to the Health and Social Care Information center. In the OECD countries too, obesity and overweight populations continue to rise. A study – ‘Obesity and Economics of Prevention: Fit or Fat’ from OECD presents the severity of the obesity crisis and proposes that nations make measures to prevent the effects of obesity on the health and economies of the country.
The demand for weight loss management services is projected to rise continuously in the near future. However as the economies in Asia Pacific are rising at a rapid rate, the changing lifestyle of people in this area is resulting in more people becoming obese.