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Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Cellulite - Affects 90% Of All Women.

By Ricardo Henri


Cellulite is the lumpy material resembling cottage cheese that is normally found on the thighs, stomach, and butt. It is actually a fancy name for groups of fat that push against the connective tissue underneath the skin,and causes the surface of the skin to dimple or pucker and look lumpy. It is not related to weight; average and thin person have it as well. Cellulite tends to be a little bit less obvious on darker skin and the condition is not normal, if you have it, something "abnormal" is occuring in your skin and fat cells, particularly the subcutaneous (top level) level of the skin tissue. Some consider cellulite to be a special type of "fat gone wrong," a combination of fat, water, and "toxic wastes" that the body has failed to get rid of, an embarassing problem that affects 90 percent of all women. Affected regions tend to be dehydrated and damaged, and need the extra benefits of moisture, protection, and increased blood supply.


Smoking, not enough exercise, tight clothing, high heeled shoes, and sitting or standing in a 1 position for long periods have all been linked to an increase in cellulite. Dieting can not get rid of the dimpled appearance, although a balanced diet and exercise may aid to reduce the fat content within the dimply cells, reducing their contribution to the dimpling. If you and your doctor feel that you are overweight, eat less calories and exercise more often. Experts agree that an exercise plan that combines aerobic exercise with strength training is the best weapon against cellulite. It is very important to eat a healthy diet and exercise regularly to prevent the buildup.


There are a few non-invasive, non-surgical therapies for skin contour irregularities that are approved by the FDA for the "temporary reduction" in the appearance of cellulite. Injections of various substances, from vitamins to medications to anesthetics, are useful for many ailments and conditions, including cellulite reduction. Use of aromatherapy oils like sage, cypress and juniper helps in the reduction and all of the above things combined will result in reducing cellulite.


Despite the cause, it's important to know that there are no miracle products, treatments, or medicines that can make it go vanish. For example, some salon treatments that promise to get rid of it merely cause your skin to puff up through deep massaging, temporarily decreasing the appearance of cellulite. They may leave you feeling invigorated, but long-term results have never been ascertain either clinically or scientifically. Those that stimulate the blood flow to the skin might have beneficial effects when combined with the other principles of internal and external skin care.

Some exotic, but equally unproven treatments include electrical stimulation of muscle cells and applying an electric current to the fat tissue itself. Many treatments are not successful because they consider only the external appearance. One of the problems with many of the more invasive therapies is that they tend to damage something else, especially the dermis. Once you cease having treatments, your skin texture and tone will go back to their original state.


Cellulite describes a problem that happens in men and women where the skin of the lower limbs, abdomen, and pelvic region becomes dimpled after puberty and can be blamed on a number of things, most often due to smoking, stress,sedentary lifestyle and very poor eating habits. nearly all post-pubescent females exhibit some degree of it. Hormones play a dominant role in the creation of cellulite and it seems to initiate, and aggravate its development.

Other hormones including insulin, the catecholamines, adrenaline, noradrenaline, thyroid hormones, and prolactin have all been proven to participate in the development of cellulite as have several genetic factors. Diet has also been shown to affect the development and amount. Excessive amounts of fat, carbohydrates, salt, alcohol or too little fiber can all contribute to an increase in cellulite.

There are no supplements that have been approved as effective for decreasing cellulite. You can check to see if you have it by pinching the skin around your upper thigh. A number of factors influence whether a person has cellulite and how much they have. Your genes, your gender, the amount of fat on your body, your age, and the thickness of your skin are all associated with the amount you have or how visible it is. Treatments like liposuction (surgery to remove fat) and mesotherapy (injection of drugs into cellulite) are either costly or may produce only short lived improvement. Many physicians even warn that liposuction is not an effective treatment because liposuction is designed to remove deep fat instead of cellulite, which is close to the skin. If you decide that you would like to try to reduce the amount you have, the best thing to do is to decrease excess body fat. When it comes to cellulite, don't expect miracles.

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