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Abdominal Fat Bulges

  • Abdominal Fat Bulges

Description of disability:

With most people leading a sedentary life today, being active is low on priority. Time constraints or other reasons could be the reason behind your feeling lazy. Throw in technology, and you're definitely not moving anywhere from your chair. Â Typically, probably sit through most of the work hours and the additional driving and travelling time takes a toll on the body; the stomach, specifically. With a skewed posture comes in multiple problems and that adds to the fat concentration, predominantly on your stomach and thighs. However, you can fight it, provided you are working out regularly and correctly.

Cortisol is a hormone that's essential for survival. It's produced by the adrenal glands and is known as a "stress hormone” because it helps your body to mount a stress response. Unfortunately, it can lead to weight gain when produced in excess, especially in the abdominal region.

Excess abdominal fat—particularly visceral fat, the kind that surrounds the organs and puffs the stomach into a "beer gut"—is a predictor of heart disease, type 2 diabetes

Treatment:

A technique called "tumescent liposuction" is the most common method for removing fat around the stomach, buttocks, thighs and ankles. It's also considered the safest. "Tumescent” means that large amounts of buffered salt water are injected into fatty tissue beneath the skin.

Post operative care:

Ice packs for 48 hours, and rest of part for about a week is advised. She is advised pressure garment usage and also on diet and exercise.


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