Will Coolsculpting Be More Effective on Fat That Are Relatively New (Recently Gained)?
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Is CoolSculpting more effective on recently gained weight?
The quick answer to your question is that it shouldn't make a difference whether the weight is recently gained or has been there for awhile. However, its important to realize that CoolSculpting will not prevent you from gaining weight, so unless you are committed to a healthy lifestyle by being active and eating properly your bulge(s) could potentially return.
CoolSculpting after weight gain.....
When you gained weight recently, you didn't make new fat cells. The fat cells you already have just got bigger! They are no more or less sensitive to this treatment just because they are bigger. CoolSculpting will work either way.
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Coolsculpting effectiveness post weight gain
CoolSculpting by Zeltiq works well on old or new fat
The 20% fat reduction by volume is not related to new or old fat but either one. There should be no difference in the result of fat redcution whether one has just recently gained weight or had it present for some time.
Fat Reduction with Coolsculpting
Coolsculpting procedure is for patients who are close to their ideal weight. It will work on diet and exercise resistant areas of fat.. this is not for weight loss.
Research determined that fat cells are more vulnerable to cold temperatures and when introduced to these cold climates are effortlessly and permanently demolished. Beginning weeks after the cooling application, the cooled fat cells initiate the process of solidifying the fat cells without destroying surrounding tissues, eventually causing the cells to shrink and disappear naturally. Gradually as the cells diminish, the depth of the fat layer will be reduced.
The procedure will reduce the fat of the area treated by 20-25% (there is no difference if you have recently gained weight or not).
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