Causes of Unpleasant Hip Fat and Other Fat Deposits
Why do people store fat?
In the early days of mankind it was by no means certain that there was always something to eat. So after a sumptuous meal, after a mammoth or sabre-toothed tiger was shot and eaten, the excess calories were converted into fat and stored. In bad times – when the hunters had no luck – this fat was stored away and made available.
This used to be a useful program to ensure survival, today it no longer makes sense in our highly developed and rich society.
Aim of Treatment by Liposuction
The goal of liposuction is a well-formed body and the emphasis on the female or male body shape: beauty.
Liposuction Against Stubborn Fat Deposits
Fat cells grow and drive up different body regions: The thighs at the top outside and inside, the waist, the abdomen etc.. The body becomes misshapen.
By exercising and changing your diet, you can solve part of the problem. The other part, the stubborn rest, can be eliminated by liposuction.
It is interesting to know that liposuction is a definitive treatment in the sense that the fat cells removed by liposuction are removed forever and do not grow back. Although a few cells remain on site, they can store fat again, but altogether much less than before liposuction.
Liposuction is not a carte blanche for uninhibited eating! Of course, the physiological mechanisms after liposuction remain the same as before liposuction: Excess calories are stored, then they look for another place, this only happens when too much is eaten.
After liposuction, the fat pads are removed and the skin is too large in the treated area, for example on the stomach, but also in other areas. It covers less internal volume. As a rule, the skin adapts to the new situation: It shrinks, for this it needs several weeks of time and the help of a corset.
If, however, the volume of the suctioned skin is very large and / or the skin is overstretched, an additional tightening is necessary.