Life is hectic. Between busy schedules and summer-time goals, oftentimes it may seem difficult to balance the work and play time while staying in shape. Both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the American Heart Association recommend to incorporate at least 150 minutes a week of moderate aerobic activity or 75 minutes a week of vigorous aerobic activity into your schedule. You also can do a combination of moderate and vigorous activity. The guidelines suggest that you spread out this exercise during the course of each and every week. Each and every week? That’s hard! The reason why all the models both men and women try to embody are in such pristine, top-notch shape, is because that’s what they get paid to do! They don’t typically have to sit at a desk all day for work, taking care of children, performing household chores, general upkeep or any of the other many things the average person has to attend to day-in and day-out. It isn’t to suggest you should give up on exercise and a healthy routine and diet completely just because you’re not getting the results you want. It’s still important to get your daily exercise, or at least as much as your individual lifestyle allows. However, even with exercise and a healthy diet, stubborn fat pouches can remain, causing frustration and a self-conscious body image.
Many believe liposuction, the most common cosmetic operation in the United States to address unwanted fat, is the only way. While under anesthesia, fat is extracted through small incisions using a suction pump. Busy schedules may not permit the inconvenience of recovery time. Although non-invasive options aren’t a replacement for liposuction, there are two promising new procedures for treating unwanted fat, allowing patients to see fast results with minimal downtime.
Check in tomorrow to find out your other non-surgical fat reduction options offered at New York Cosmetic, Skin & Laser Surgery Center!