The word liposuction is all well-known everywhere but many people have a very vague idea as to what it really stands for. That’s why we receive a lot of questions about it. Let’s make it all clear!
To make our customers slimmer, we use ultrasonic liposuction.
It is one of the best techniques to remove fat in hard-to-access areas as its principle of work is completely different from traditional lipo. The highly-precise device sends ultrasonic waves to liquefy fat which allows vacuuming it out in a faster and safer way. It implies less intrusion and more efficiency than other ways of fat removal.
And no, don’t worry, we do not cut off pieces of fat to collect them into a tin to make soap or whatever! It is disposed of as “medical waste” according to the standard procedure.
Procedure has to be done once a week, amount of sessions depends on person to person (this is why it is important to come for an assessment).
Treatment is absolutely painless and harmless.
Treatment is done in 3 steps:
1.Ultrasonic Liposuction – breaking down the large fat cells into smaller parts. The low frequency ultrasound reduces large adipocytes (fat cells) into smaller ones to ensure easy disposal through the body's normal metabolic process.
2.Magnetic wave – this deep penetrating wave dissolves and melts the small adipocytes. This step introduces heat, which then breaks up the membranes of the fat cells in order to encourage the release of fatty acids and glycerol (water soluble) as well as assisting in blood circulation.
3.Lymphatic drainage - smooth’s and firms the skin appearance. Bio pads are placed on the area and emit electrical impulses and an infrared light, which both tighten and contour the skin and stimulates cell regeneration producing a smoother body shape.
Weight loss program
Obesity is a medical condition in which excess body fat has accumulated to the extent that it may have a negative effect on health, leading to reduced life expectancy and/or increased health problems. Obesity increases the likelihood of various diseases, particularly heart disease, type 2 diabetes, obstructive sleep apnea, certain types of cancer, and osteoarthritis.
Obesity is most commonly caused by a combination of excessive food energy intake, lack of physical activity, and genetic susceptibility, although a few cases are caused primarily by genes, endocrine disorders, medications, or psychiatric illness.
Areas of treatment:
Obesity is a leading preventable cause of death worldwide, with increasing rates in adults and children. Authorities view it as one of the most serious public health problems of the 21st century.
Diet Vs. Healthy Eating
Diet… What a short word — and how many tears and problems! Unfortunately, it causes more trouble than profit when one decides to lose weight. You have read it right — Ms. Diet is not a true ally in this very important matter of losing weight and keeping fit.
Why do we exclude diet from the list of our allies? This is simple:
Firstly, dieting does not make your body slimmer or fitter. It has been proving scientifically that any organism deprived of necessary amount of food starts making reserves. Oh yes, those “nice” rolls of fat exist not just to drive their owner crazy — they are a protective tool of the body. Sure, you can starve yourself to the condition of a skeleton and get rid of these reserves completely but this is not what one calls slim or fit.
Secondly, any diet must be supervised by a doctor. In some cases, a diet is necessary to treat some illnesses but it requires constant control including medical tests, food substitutes and medications. So “look, I found a cool diet on the Net, let’s try it!” can cause a lot of harm to your body which can emerge later in the form of various health problems.
What is more, if you stop dieting abruptly (yes, that cute tiny cake after a month of dieting is an abrupt and tragic end to your diet), you are going to put on weight faster than ever. Remember the part about your body laying in some fat here and there just in case? Exactly. Now it is going to do it twice the speed.
However, do not think that we are calling for eating junk food three times a day because we all are doomed to be fat anyway. Not at all! The key to effective weight-losing and keeping fit is well-balanced nutrition. It only sounds complicated — actually, it is way simpler than keeping to a diet. You must have heard of its principles dozens of times, but we are going to repeat them: Split meals. Eating 5-6 times a day a small amount of food is a straight way to a perfect body and excellent well-being. Compare: taking one big meal a day, especially in the evening, makes it all more difficult to process and the fair part of fat will go straight to your hips!
Healthier food and drinks. Healthy food is not about chewing herbs all the time. Fruit, vegetables, lean meat and legumes offer a breathtaking variety of delicious dishes, so it is easy to forget all fatty steaks and crispy buns! And carbonated drinks as well — with the amount of sugar in them, they should be forgotten once and for all.
Following these two simple rules can change your life! Unlike dieting, eating healthy food is not a stress for your body. Getting used to it will take no more than a couple of weeks, and then you will shudder at the very thought of going on a strict diet or eating fatty food. Make your body healthy and happy and it will repay you generously.