Fighting cellulite after the summer: here’s how to do.

     The holidays have recently ended and we are already involved in our daily routine made up of home, office, shopping, friendships and, for those who succeed, gym and physical activity: all activities that take away a lot of time and resources to the point of make us forget to take care of our cellulite.

    However, we can start with two aspects that take up very little time: diet and physical activity.

    One of the first steps we can take is to limit the consumption of salt as much as possible: we avoid adding it to our food and replacing it with excellent spices. Salt, in fact, is a real enemy of water retention, one of the factors that most influences the appearance of the annoying orange peel skin blemish.

    Another important precaution is to always hydrate our body: in addition to the right amount of water, we can opt for green tea, detox waters and draining herbal teas (both cold and hot) based on herbs such as birch, dandelion and horsetail.

    Fresh seasonal fruit and vegetables such as celery, dandelion, watermelon, melon and fennel should not be missing: all foods that promote diuresis.

    As for physical activity, if you have the opportunity, you can opt for water sports such as swimming or water aerobics: two excellent activities, effective in the fight against cellulite. Movement promotes fluid drainage and improves blood circulation.

    If you have little time, you can think about going for fast walks (better than running since it minimizes the production of lactic acid and free radicals), perhaps to go to work or to go shopping.

    In any case, we advise you to analyze the condition of cellulite: this will allow you to know the starting point, allowing you to decide on any aesthetic or medical aesthetic treatments suitable for your body.

    The thermographic analysis of cellulite is easy, fast and non-invasive and allows the professional (doctor, beautician, nutritionist or personal trainer) to have a clear mapping of the condition of the underlying tissues, as well as to classify the stage of cellulite (absent – edematous – fibrous – sclerotic) in order to undertake the best treatment, training or diet.

    Contact thermography is based on the use of liquid crystal thermographic plates which, once placed on the skin, show the condition of the underlying tissues and allow you to visualize the stages of cellulite (even when it is still not visible to the naked eye or detectable on palpation).

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