Skin and weight loss

How to keep your skin from stretch marks, sagging, cellulite holes, sweat and fungus

You have already completed cherished dream to overthrow the accumulated during the winter kilograms or yet to test the nerves and his will? In both cases worth to read more about how to help your skin stay beautiful, healthy and firm and after weight loss.

The skin remains stretched

In overweight skin stretched to adjust to increased body surface. Unfortunately, sometimes after weight is normal, the skin remains loose and preraztegnata as if to remind us of our previous weight.

There is nothing to be done to keep the skin supple and firm and once lose weight.

It should first be weakened in medical standards – no more than 8% by weight in a month.

It should also improve skin care – daily exfoliation of the skin to remove the outer layers of old, dried skin, followed by application of hydrating and moisturizing creams.

Products containing Hyaluronic acid, aloe vera extract or soy protein can also help.

In the exercises focus should be placed on changing the overall composition of the body – fat depots should be reduced, and in their place to develop muscles.

Note that for losing weight and for restoring skin elasticity takes time and perseverance, so be patient.

However, if the skin is highly allocated or after extreme weight loss remains much “excess” skin, you can contact for help plastic surgery called. abdominoplasty.

Stretch Marks

Stretch marks are an expression of atrophy of the skin, presented in the form of multiple symmetric lines.

There are most common in young women, and develop as a result of the action of mechanical factors that lead to hyperextension of the skin – rapid growth, rapid weight gain or weight loss.

The main thing you can do to prevent this unpleasant cosmetic defect is to maintain your skin well hydrated (adequate fluid intake by body weight, exfoliation and use of moisturisers).

With exercises to increase muscle mass can achieve a lot – formed in healthy muscle layer under the skin and thus elastic fibers remain healthy.

Good effect and have the products and procedures stimulating circulation. The removal of stretch marks is a difficult task, but you can try a variety of creams and oils, although there is no scientific evidence that they work.

Laser therapy, microdermabrasion and chemical peels are other options to address the problem, especially if you do not want to undergo a surgery.

Cellulite holes

Cellulite affects 90% of women – that shows results from numerous recent studies.

Orange skin usually appears in the thighs and buttocks and neck and abdomen in men.

Increasingly, experts say there is no way to predovrati appearance, cellulite is embedded in our genes and we must learn to live with it.

Moreover, in some cases, the weight loss brings with it a worsening of cellulite and the formation of a particularly unpleasant cellulite “holes”.

Cellulite holes are a problem mainly for women, although men are not insured. Of course, there is nothing to be done: the most important thing is to control the pace of weight loss and it is combined with appropriate element of training.

Experts recommend the inclusion in the diet of large Qty fresh fruits and vegetables, fiber and drinking plenty of water.

Avoiding yo-yo effect and quitting smoking can significantly improve the condition of our skin.

There are a variety of methods of treating cellulite and holes can be achieved even better results.

The modern approach to cellulite involves combining laser therapy and special anti-cellulite massages.

Good results are achieved with a vibratory frequency and methods which may be used alone or in combination.

Mesotherapy is a possible solution when cellulite holes cover a limited area of skin. Another method is the vacuum treatment, whereby the affected areas vacuum is applied.

The purpose of the various methods is to achieve fracturing of fat stores, to improve blood circulation and lymph drainage and increase skin elasticity.

We should not forget that in no methodology results do not last forever – it is important to strive for maintaining skin hydration and weight relatively constant.

The smell of sweat

In popular ketogenic diet aims to achieve ketosis in the body that changes the smell of sweat. This diet is based on consumption of foods containing a lot of protein and fat and few carbohydrates.

The energy needed by the body comes from the oxidation of fat. Products of this oxidation are ketones (one of which is acetone). Hence the name of the diet.

One of the common side effects of the ketogenic diet is a noticeable smell of acetone breath, urine and sweat. The reason for this is the presence in the body of the larger than usual quantity of ketones.

Though unpleasant, the smell of acetone is proof that the body is in ketosis, ie diet works.

On the other hand, not all people practicing this diet have this side effect, or if you have it, it’s only briefly.

The main step that helps to avoid or significantly reduce odor is drinking large amounts of water. The more water you drink, the better.

Of course, frequent showering, changing clothes several times a day and wearing clothes made of lightweight natural fabrics also benefit.

Any antiperspirants, deodorants and perfumes only mask the smell and mix with it without eliminating it.

Skin and fungi

Each diet recommended certain workouts. However, excessive exercise can reduce the body’s resistance.

Training can be a big challenge for the immune system.

As a result, changes in the ratio between the immune cells in the blood, leading to the suppression of specific immunity.

This is the first line of defense of the body and when it is damaged, the body prone to so-called. opportunistic infections.

These inefktsii are caused by bacteria, fungi, viruses that grow at a reduced immunity. Most often in the case of fungal infections of the skin.

So – strive to gradually increase the load, beware of overtraining – this will help you save your immune system and will provide protection against fungal infections.