To gain insight into your own health, you can check your BMI. Perhaps it's an incentive for a positive change.
With what methods we can identify health problems?
"BMI is a good initial screening tool to tell if you have a healthy weight. It gives you a fairly reliable indicator of your weight, but it is only a tool to estimate your own situation. And there are many other things that determine health.
The BMI chart is only one indicator. In addition, you should always look at your blood values, blood glucose and blood pressure. It is also interesting to see whether you have enough exercise and whether you eat varied. All these things are part of your overall health.
There are always exceptions to the BMI classifies people. A heavily muscled man with a high BMI has no overweight or obese. And women naturally tend to have more body fat than men.