Everyone is after a leaner, nicer shape and physical, but the masses aren’t up for the weight loss challenge. Weight loss programs and all they come with are an immense necessity of inconvenience. Sadly, it’s not everyone’s ideal remedy. The latest weight loss phenomenon that’s creating a buzz in numerous health communities is the physician-supervised CoolSculpting technique. Millions are eager to try this miracle weight loss approach to witness the phenomenon in action. The science takes a different approach to kill fat. It promises superior speed and permanent satisfaction if someone should continue treatment. For any weight loss agenda to drive positive feedback, discipline is a main consideration.
CoolSculpting is still relatively new and scientists haven’t abandoned research. That said, there’s room for improvement. Nonetheless, it’s a remarkable weight loss therapy option for anyone wanting immediate results. Traditional exercise and proper dieting have the potential to reach appreciable weight loss ambitions, but it’s a time-intensive agenda. Not everybody has the time to nurse such ambitions and keep everything organized. In comparison, CoolSculpting requires a mere fraction of the time spent exercising and dieting. It’s a physician-supervised medical procedure involving the elimination of fat cells by freezing them together. Each session takes about an hour and the body loses a percentage of fat. Unfortunately, this procedure isn’t as affordable as traditional weight loss programs, but the speed is incomparable. On average, CoolSculpting removes about 40cc (cubic centimeter) of fat in a single session. A patient requires multiple sessions to reach favorable results since it takes 450cc to amass a pound of frozen fat. After each session, a patient will excrete the fat in feces and urine during the weeks following therapy.
Consequently, CoolSculpting costs $400 – $1,800 per session. Hopefully, it’ll become affordable after some time since it’s not a reachable goal for the average consumer right now. It’s a thought. Nobody knows if it’s covered with health insurance since it’s a fairly new product. With a clamp, the doctor will apply a protective substance (gel) to attract the fat cells, then use two medical cooling plates to amass them together. When fat undergoes this process, it reduces to a temperature below freezing point -7. With the fat frozen, the cells will eventually die. This thermoelectric cooling process eliminates the fat without frostbite occurring. With this happening, the body’s biological defense will activate white cells to convert any useful compounds and flush out remaining waste. For maximum satisfaction, physicians recommend massaging the treated area.
Posted on 7/12/2016 at 5:09:00 AM
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