In the last few years there have been increasingly large numbers of women complaining from the appearance of cellulite in their bodies. This is sort of like a disease that has spread so much that now it represents one of the biggest problems among women. Cellulite can affect in a negative way on our everyday social life and the most usual interactions with people.
It can be a real obstacle in life and interfere in the way we see, respect and love ourselves. Cellulite has been brought to attention in the 60s and since then, the number of women who are affected from it does not stop growing and rising. This is why there are so many information, most of them irrelevant, out there.
Cellulite is the name for the dimpled skin look on our bodies. This is caused by storage of fat in the cells that push the connective tissue upwards and cause those bumps on the skin. The reason why this is happening can be blamed on the genes or simply on the fact that we are women and are predisposed to develop cellulite.
The fact that someone is thin is also not important, because cellulite affects even thin people. The age is also not an important factor. The places on which cellulite most often appears are the buttocks, thighs, legs and the abdomen.
But what happens if cellulite appears on the arms? This is a place that is far more exposed than the buttocks or thighs. This means that will look far less attractive and it is out there in the open for everyone to see. We must do something to reduce the fat from our arms immediately. But what can we do to reduce cellulite on the arms? Cellulite on the arms is in fact similarly treated as the other places. Here are the most important things you need to do and that will guarantee you success:
First you need to start with your diet
Although maybe your arms are the only places that suffer from cellulite, diet is crucial. This is because researches have shown that you can’t treat only one body part separately. If you want to reduce the fat and cellulite in your arms, you must reduce your overall body fat.
A diet that is low in calories and fat, but high in fibers, antioxidants, vitamins and proteins would be excellent for reducing your arms’ cellulite. Reduce your daily calorie intake and make it somewhere between 1200 and 1500.
Exercising is extremely important when it comes to losing cellulite on your arms
Cardio exercises are important really, but this is not what you need for your arms. A better option for the arms is weight lifting and some other exercises that put pressure on your arms. These exercises will tighten the skin on your arms and will help you build some muscles. The more muscles you have in the arms, the less fat you have, which means less cellulite. Every exercise that focuses on your arms is good for performing.
Hand weights are also pretty good for reducing the arm cellulite
Some light weights of just 2 lb. will do the job. You can put the weights on whenever you want. You can even wear them when you do nothing. These weights can be amazingly efficient to wear when you are running or doing other exercises, even when walking.
Massages are another thing that can help you reduce cellulite on your arms
There are many options for anti-cellulite massages that can provide muscle relaxation, deep tissue stimulation, firming the skin on your arms and generally help to remove the cellulite. You can combine exercises with massages for a bigger effect and result.
If you are willing to spend a little more money and time on this problem
There are many successful medical devices that can provide extremely good results. Some laser treatments that are a combination of several techniques are a good choice for this purpose. They usually use lasers, light infrared energy and radio frequency combined with vacuums and/or rollers. More than one treatment is necessary for these procedures to be successful.
If the condition with cellulite on your arms is extremely bad or if for some other reason you decide on some more extreme option, there are other procedures that can be performed. Some of them are liposuction or arm lifting. The procedure will depend on what your condition requires