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What are the risks of being overweight?

Being overweight is associated with a variety of medical conditions including high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, high blood cholesterol and other lipids, an increased risk of developing certain cancers, sleep apnoea, gastro-oesophageal reflux and arthritis

What is the difference between Weight loss and Fat Loss?

Weight loss refers to losing kilos on the scale either from muscle, fat or water, while fat loss, isn't much about the scale but about getting rid of body fat, losing inches in all the right places and looking slimmer. Fat loss reduces total body fat percentage there by reducing risks of Obesity.

Why does one need to undergo Fat Reduction?

For generations, people have used various techniques to improve their physical appearance. Although diet, exercise and flattering clothing styles help many look better, but others remain dissatisfied because of stubborn unsightly bulges. In women, those fat deposits occur most frequently from the waist down, on the hips, buttocks and outer thighs and are called saddlebags. Fat deposits on men tend to accumulate above the waist and are called love handles.

What are the various treatments for Fat Loss ?

Fat loss can be best achieved with various and advanced Nonsurgical technologies as :-
> French Ultrasonic Lipolysis – Technique of HIFU i.e High Intensity focalized Ultrasound waves is used, where a transducer kept on the skin emits high intensity Ultrasonic waves in a conical manner. They are focused 1.5 cm below the skin causing rupture of the fat cells. The transducer is then advanced further to destroy the new layer of fat cells.

Endermology:- Lipomobilisation with Deep lymphatic massage and drainage helps in flushing out of the fat cells, even in Stubborn fat.

What Happens to the Fat?

The liquefied fat i.e. triglyceride and fatty acids are liberated into tissue spaces and are drained to the liver via naturally lymphatic channels and circulation. The liver metabolizes them for energy production.

What is Cellulite?

Cellulite refers to the appearance of dimpled skin on the thighs, hips, buttocks and abdomen of most women and some men, too. It's sometimes described as skin with a cottage cheese texture.

What causes cellulite?

Hormonal imbalance, Genetics, gender, race, slow metabolism, distribution of fat just underneath the skin, Circulatory insufficiency, Irregular Diets and Lifestyle factors are the causes of Cellulite development.

How can cellulite be removed?

Non surgical, safe and effective treatments like Endermology, Mesotherapy and Radiofrequency with diode laser are indicated for Cellulite reduction.
  • Endermology results in Fat mobilization with flushing out of fat cells resulting into reduction of cellulite, reduced body measurements and increased circulation.
  • Mesotherapy induces Vitamin, Minerals, amino acids and natural extracts to improve blood flow; dissolve excess fat deposit, removes fibrotic hardened connective tissues, gradual loss of inches, cellulite improvement, Irregularities correction & Skin elasticity enhancement.
  • RadioFrequecy:- RF can cause the collagen to contract and tighten over a period of time

Do I need to take any Precautionary Measures before and after the session?

One must take the precautions in term of diet as No Rice/ No Sugar and No alcohol and physicals activity of 45 mins only in a day.

Do I need to take any time off from work?

Absolutely not, it is a completely non - invasive treatment; one can resume the daily activities immediately without any rest.

Is Dieting or Crash diets essential to loose weight?

Not at all. In fact when we eat less, the body's metabolism slows down and also results in deficiency of vitamins and minerals in the body. It can also result in hair loss & gastritis. To lose weight, make sure you eat enough during the course of the day but the right kind of food.Choose fibre rich foods such as fruits, vegetables , whole grain cereals & pulses and proteins in the form of toned milk and its products, lean meat, fish & poultry but avoid fats and sugars.

How many Kilograms would one lose in a period of one month?

World Health Organization recommends 1kg per week as a healthy weight loss for normal people without medical conditions or and 0.5 to 0.8 Kg per week for people with one or more medical conditions.

What will I feel during the treatment?

The treatment does not require anesthesia. Most of the clients consider the procedure comfortable.

What are the expected treatment results?

The results may vary with treatment area, age, metabolism, medications, and changes in hormones. A calorie controlled diet and increased physical activity will certainly improve and help to maintain the results.

Are there any lifestyle restrictions after the treatment?

For best results you should refrain from any alcohol consumption. Alcohol consumption during this period may prevent your liver from removing the deactivated fat cells from your body (as the liver will assign priority to removing the alcohol from your blood).
DISCLAIMER: Individual results may vary. The results may vary according to the patient's age, skin type, weight and lifestyle. All treatments and after care suggested by the clinic are made on a general basis. But as the constitution of everybody is different there may be certain side effects that may be appear. Read More...