Liposuction Versus Diet And Exercise- Liposuction Is Not A Permanent Fix
I have seen this myself over the years on numerous occasions. A young healthy individual with some pockets of fat, decides to undergo liposuction to get rid of the unwanted bulges. After a successful operation all seems to be well- but fast forward five to as little as one years and they are back again, r for more procedures. Why? Because there was no concurrent change in diet and lifestyle. Basically if you don’t eat well and exercise regularly, whatever fat that is removed from liposuction will come back over time as you are addressing only the symptoms and not the cause of your unwanted fat deposits. Repeat surgeries are fairly common and there is some concern among those in the psychology fields that liposuction does not improve obsessive preoccupation with one’s appearance and may indeed exacerbate such negative attitudes. Contrasted with exercise which when done as part of a lifestyle change rather activity which tends to decrease feeling of depression [6,7,8,9] and is a long term pursuit that continues to reap benefits as the years go by. The more you continue to exercise and eat well the better that you will look, the better your health will be and the better you will feel all without the risks of invasive surgery. There is also something to be said for the journey. Every pound lost comes with a new revelations, and an invaluable education in the most important of subjects- you. The process- slow though it may be is one that makes you inherently a better person. The lessons of self control, consistency and determination that you have to learn on the way to a slimmer, trimmer body stay with you forever and carry over to every other aspect of regular life. You can’t get that kind of life changing experience from a surgeon’s suction device✅
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