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Weight Loss Pills vs Ultrasonic Cavitation Procedure

More and more women in their mid-30s are complaining of gaining weight and growing fat. Blame it on lifestyle, lack of exercise, and lots of food. Even so, it’s not too late to shed off some pounds and start living a healthy life. There are many ways to lose weight but of course it is not an overnight solution not unless you want to consider getting an abdominoplasty with the right cosmetic surgeon.

Dieting became an obsession and has made many companies even richer. Ask your neighbor now and they will tell you they are on a diet. While eating the right type of foods and exercise is the safest way to lose weight and get healthy. However, technology presents us with other ways to achieve the same results without too much of the exercise and diet.  

Weight Loss Pills vs Ultrasonic Cavitation Procedure: Which way to go?

We all know that weight loss pills such as Phen375 are a good addition to any weight loss program, that is if taken in with good diet and exercise. Nonetheless, it is always best to consult your doctor first before using any of these pills or going through any invasive or non-invasive procedures to  get rid of the fat.

How Weight loss pills work?

Doctors can actually give you medications for weight loss by prescription. There are two categories that doctors prescribe. That is the appetite suppressants and the fat blockers. Appetite suppressants work by blocking the signals that goes back to your brain. It somehow tricks your brain by releasing neurotransmitters that will tell your body you are not actually hungry. Fat blocking prescriptions on the other hand works by bonding with lipases, an enzyme that breaks down the fat molecules of the food before they enter the intestines.

Do they work? Weight loss pills work pretty well. In fact, studies show that these pills stop about 30% of the fat in foods from getting into the body. Further, studies show that people who take weight loss pills with fat blocking capabilities lose 2.5 kgs compared to people who don’t.

How ultrasonic cavitation works?

The handpiece delivers an ultrasonic wave that’s regulated by the technician during the treatment. It uses a multi-directional acoustic waves, to ensure that focused energy is applied to the selected area only. Specific ultrasound parameters of pulse length and energy level ensures selective damage to fat cells only. Non adipose tissue is not susceptible to these parameters and remains untouched and undamaged.

Built-in controls verify acoustic contact and monitor wave temperature during treatment. The ultrasound wave causes destruction of the fat cell membranes. The entire process takes less than a week. The number of treatments vary by client and treatment area but are generally recommended weekly for 9 to 12 weeks. Ultrasonic cavitation is recommended for the tummy, thighs, love handles, buttocks, back and upper arms. Proper diet and exercise along with drinking plenty of water is essential to achieve satisfactory results. Always check with your physician before starting a new regimen.

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