The body may bear the brunt when one’s weight increases over time. This is the reason that obesity is often associated with many illnesses.
Blood pressure may often become elevated among people with weight issues. Blood sugar levels start to shoot up. A person may also experience symptoms of diabetes such as increased urination and/or thirstiness, blurring of vision, pins and needles sensation in the toes and feet, darkening of the skin, etc.)
Persistent increase in weight may also affect heart functioning leading to an increase in size of the heart muscle and disturbance in the diastolic pressure.
Pain and swelling in the joints particularly in the hips and kneed are common in individuals who are obese. This is because the lower parts of the body suffer the undue heaviness.
Start engaging in weight loss measures the soonest if you feel these symptoms alongside an increasing body weight.
Ferri’s Clinical Advisor 2018, 906-909.e8