Is the oBand Procedure for Me?

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"My health was really deteriorating, blood pressure was high, I was borderline diabetic, and I knew that at the weight I was, I was either gonna prepare for a short life or find something worth living for."

"I had been more than 100 pounds overweight for about 4 or 5 years. I decided that I was gonna be 30 and that I was gonna change my life. I weighed 279 pounds when I got this procedure done. I weigh 120 pounds now, and I've lost a total of 159 pounds."

"I was originally 345 pounds, when I decided I really needed to do something about my life because I was a diabetic, had high blood pressure, gout in my ankles, and I lost both my parents due to diabetes complications at a young age. I realized I was headed down the same path."

There is a point you reach, a line you come to, where you look at your life up until that moment, and think about the life you want to lead from now on. It may not be the point of no return, but it certainly may be the definitive moment where you say enough is enough.

Fitting in the clothes you want to wear, stopping the unfair judgments, being able to sit in public places with comfort, increasing the prospect of improving your income, becoming comfortable in social settings, improving your psychological outlook on life, eliminating obesity related health problems, developing relationships with those who matter to you most.

There are so many unique struggles for people fighting their obesity. When you put them all together, it's amazing to see just how much obesity impacts every facet of life. From showering to walking to feeling good about yourself. Think about how much your life can change once obesity is removed from your life's equation. Think about what will get worse if you don't change anything. You deserve to live, and to live happily in your on skin. Take that first step with us.