It is called ultracavitation to a technique used for the purpose of remove body fat. The method is part of aesthetic treatments aimed at modifying the appearance of the legs, abdomen and other regions of the body.
Ultracavitation consists of the use of ultrasound to break the adipocytes (fat cells). This action makes the fatty acids release in the blood, traveling through the body through arteries and veins. These substances are finally eliminated from the body through the urine.
Due to these characteristics, ultracavitation involves various risks for the Health. It is essential that the patient has optimal functioning of the kidneys and from liver so that the release of fat is effective. Who have diabetes or have a high level of cholesterol Nor should they undergo ultracavitation due to this release of fatty acids in the body.
The pregnant, for their part, they have to avoid ultracavitation since ultrasound can cause damage to the baby that is gestating. The women Those who are in the lactation period should not resort to this technique because the fatty acids that are released into the blood can reach the child through breast milk.
The persons Those who are in good health and who do not belong to the groups mentioned above also have to take precautions. It is important that they drink large amounts of water before and after the ultracavitation session to achieve the elimination of waste through urine.
The specialists recommend that, before undergoing ultracavitation, the interested party consult their trusted doctor to tell you what previous studies should be done to minimize the risks. Nutritionists, on the other hand, warn that ultracavitation can only work in the short term and for a short time, since it does not attack the causes that originate the excessive accumulation of fat and the overweight.
Applying ultracavitation does not entail major complications and, on the other hand, risks Not many. All of this makes it an attractive procedure for many people. In addition, the benefits it offers are many, especially for those who have not spent enough time and effort to exercise their bodies and find themselves with certain areas of fat that are difficult to eliminate.
Let’s see below some of the Benefits of ultracavitation:
* can help reduce cellulite by up to 80%;
* patients can choose which areas to treat, and this is one of the points that makes ultracavitation so attractive compared to other techniques;
* manages to reduce orange peel, a condition that affects many people and prevents them from enjoying their body;
* helps to reaffirm the tissue, something very tempting for patients of a certain age;
* changes can be noticed from the first session;
* the treatment area is kept fat-free;
* the application of ultracavitation is absolutely painless;
* there are no major side effects.
Returning to the issue of risks, ultracavitation is quite safe but that does not mean that we should not take precautions. In previous paragraphs some of the indications most common, and the most important is to go to a specialist to find out if the treatment is appropriate for our body. On the other hand, it is not advisable to carry out more than one session a week, nor to subject the affected areas to more than 20 minutes of ultrasonic waves.
Given that science has its limits and that each patient has different physical characteristics, it is recommended to complement ultracavitation with a healthy diet and a good dose of exercise a week, always remembering keep the body hydrated.