Localized adiposity, as you well know, is a problem that affects many people and manifests itself with a characteristic accumulation of fat in specific parts of the body such as the hips, abdomen, buttocks, and calves: its causes can be multiple and, often, include age, genetic factors, hormonal factors, wrong eating habits, and sedentary lifestyle.
Do birth control pills cause cellulite? This is a question that women often ask themselves. The answer is very simple and you have to start from the beginning: the composition of the pill.
Cellulite is a disease that, as we have seen, mainly affects women (although men are not completely exempt from it) and which mainly appears on the hips, buttocks, and thighs.
In some previous articles, we have already seen that to combat cellulite and localized fat deposits, it is important to implement a mix of multi-factor strategies that can help us reduce its progress, improving the blemishes.
The scientific term to define cellulite is "edematous-fibro-sclerotic panniculopathy" but we know it better as an imperfection caused by the stagnation of water and fat that forms between the skin and the subcutaneous tissue.
Most people who suffer from localized adiposity suffer from impaired microcirculation that causes a reduction in tissue oxygenation, with possible localized pain, caused by underlying inflammation.
Cellulite is often associated with many false beliefs that are struggling to disappear from popular creed: to understand what is true, and what is not, we must first of all start by clarifying what cellulite is, i.e. a disease affecting adipose tissue, the circulatory system, and the skin, which can affect both men and women.
As we all know, lifestyle, nutrition, and physical activity are 3 fundamental pillars to prevent and fight cellulite: it is necessary to decrease fat mass and increase lean mass, tone the body, maintain an active metabolism, and improve circulation. Depending on the level of physical preparation...
Medical research, over the years, has identified two clinical forms of cellulite: the generalized forms and the regional forms.