Waist Circumference

Waist Circumference is a toll that is used to examine abdominal fat concentration in the body to get an account of chronic diseases risk. It helps the doctors to diagnose diseases such as high cholesterol content, diabetes, high blood pressure, high blood sugar level, etc.

Waist circumference refers to a numerical measurement of your waist. If you carry fat mainly around your waist, you are more likely to develop health problems than if you carry fat mainly in your hips and thighs. When assessing your weight and how it affects your overall health, you and your doctor should also consider your waist circumference. Amy has a waist circumference of 39 inches, which means she is at a higher risk of developing heart diseases.


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