Two natural ways of maintaining a healthy weight and minimizing pockets of fat in your body involve eating healthy foods and exercising frequently. The advantages of eating healthy and remaining physically active are that there is no insertion or application of anything to the body, and you benefit from improved energy levels. Still, you may have body fats that are troublesome and difficult to eliminate. In such a situation, a solution may involve Coolsculpting Vintage Park. This fat reduction method has a seal of approval from the Food and Drug Administration. Generally, CoolSculpting entails freezing fat cells in the body locations targeted, resulting in their crystallization and bursting.
Your fat cells cannot survive exposure to freezing temperatures, which the CoolSculpting machine delivers in plenty. It may take a few days or weeks before you start seeing the positive impact of the noninvasive fat reduction method since your body requires time to get rid of the frozen dead fat cells. Subsequently, below are a few more vital things to know about the procedure.
1. Bad candidates for CoolSculpting
CoolSculpting is not for everyone. Your doctor usually advises against the procedure if you have chronic health conditions.
You are not a good candidate if you have cryoglobulinemia, a severe health condition that involves your proteins clumping together at colder temperatures. Consequently, your blood circulation slows, damaging your nerves and vital organs like the liver and kidneys.
CoolSculpting may also not be for you if you have cold antibody disease.
Being hemolytic means your immune system mistakenly attacks and damages red blood cells. When the fat reduction procedure exposures your blood to freezing temperatures, proteins that should fight the disease and infection-causing microbes end up attaching to your red blood cells and, thus, form clumps.
Moreover, you may not be a good candidate for CoolSculpting when you recently underwent a surgical procedure, or your skin is adversely sensitive to cold temperatures and allergens.
2. How long the results of CoolSculpting last
After a CoolSculpting procedure, which often lasts about 60 minutes or a few hours, you do not need time to heal and recover. You can continue with your daily activities, including going to work immediately.
However, it will take about three weeks for the results of CoolSculpting to start appearing. And for you to see the comprehensive positive impact, you may have to wait about three or four months.
It is possible to maintain the fat reduction that CoolSculpting gives for a lifetime as long as you keep healthy lifestyle habits. Once treatment destroys fat cells, they cannot return. Healthy lifestyle choices may include maintaining healthy body weight, staying physically active, staying hydrated, eating vegetables and fruits, and getting quality sleep regularly.
3. Potential side effects of CoolSculpting
After Cool Sculpting, you may experience a few mild or moderate side effects. That is due to the exposure of an area of your body to freezing temperatures for about an hour. The area exposed to treatment may feel excessive cold, tenderness, cramping, and tingling.
The mild to moderate side effects often last a few days or a week.
Contact Elite Dermatology & The Oaks Plastic Surgery today to schedule an appointment and find out if CoolSculpting is for you.