Cellulose is a group of fats that are easily formed in the arms and stomach. It can also cause the skin fragments that often occur on the back/thigh area. It occurs due to the accumulation of toxins that destroy the collagen and elastin structures in the skin and also make blood circulation less efficient.
Cellulite is also associated with weight gain and metabolic functions such as eating too much, exercising inactive thyroid hormones, and food allergy. Eating too many calories is a major cause of cellulite formation.
Weight gain in the lower body is due to the weakening of the blood cycle. Blood cycle problems are very common in women and are characterized by the coldness of hands and cold feet.
It occurs due to smoking, heredity, stress and caffeine intake. In some parts of cellulite, it is formed as “blockage”. For example in the hip area. Exercise has a small impact to get rid of excess fat. Diet also makes a person lose weight but not for that part.
It is estimated that over 85% of women 21 years old and older have cellulite problems. Although this problem can happen to anyone, it is rare for men. Not much is known about what caused this problem. But there are a few factors that can cause it to appear, such as:
- Aging age
- Hormone changes – such as a decrease in estrogen, insulin
- A tissue inflammation
- Increased fat tissue due to weight gain
- Loss of collagen – low oxygen cycle
- Fat circulation problems – common problems in the leg
- Low lymphatic flow
- Depression of the epidermis – the outer layer of the skin
- Metabolism is slow
- Lack of physical activity
- Increased body fat
The appearance of curved, grumpy surfaces – such as the surface skin of an orange – that often occurs on the stomach, buttocks, and thighs are among the symptoms of cellulite. This problem can also occur on the lower arm and breast. For mild cellulite problems, it will not be visible unless the skin is ‘pinned’.
- Most commonly it will happen for a female after puberty hits. This is because women’s fat is usually distributed around the thighs, hips and buttocks – which is a common area of cellulite. It usually happens with age, aging – where the skin becomes less elastic.
- Weight loss can also cause this problem, but leaner people may have cellulite. Sometimes genetic factors also play a role in cellulite in addition to unhealthy and inactive lifestyles that tend to cause this problem, including pregnancy factors.
- Eating spicy foods also has an impact on cellulite formation as the toxins accumulate in the fat glands.
- Pressure and lack of rest, causing the glands to become depressed, thus preventing the smooth removal of unwanted material.
- Consumption of excess foods such as sugar, butter, animal fat and salt
- Hormone-like hormone changes are one of the causes of cellulite
- Excessive consumption of caffeine and sitting in a chair can cause blood flow to be sluggish and facilitate cellulite production.
- This physical factor occurs when there is a change in the layer of fat under the skin
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