CoolSculpting Is Safe in the Long Term
This is a very interesting
question, and I commend you for being proactive about your health. However,
there's no evidence that CoolSculpting causes any long-term fat accumulation
around your organs. I and most other doctors recommend CoolSculpting as an
adjunct to a healthy lifestyle, not as a weight loss method. If you have
generally healthy habits now and maintain them after CoolSculpting, there's no
reason to fear long-term consequences related to visceral fat.
If someone gains weight is there more of a chance that the fat increase could be in the fat cells around organs like the heart?
Thank you for your question. CoolSculpting only destroys a small amount of fat cells and has no affect on your overall health or organs.
Cool Sculpt and fat increase
Dear Lize1, I would not worry about this situation following cool sculpt. What is most important is living a healthy lifestyle over all and knowing cool sculpt is a nice option for spot reduction but not weight loss. Cool Sculpt is best for clients who maintain a healthy weight but need stubborn areas reduced. Hope that helps.
Long term risks to health with #CoolSculpting
Your question is a thoughtful one. The number of cells that are eliminated with CoolSculpting, even with multiple treatments, is so small relative to the number of fat cells in the entire body that, even with significant weight gain, the increase in size of the other fat cells because of prior CoolSculpting is insignificant.
I would not be concerned about unknown risks to health in this regard.
All the best,
Coolsculpting and Results versus Hi Definition Liposuction Results
Coolsculpting results are minmal, about 20% per area treated. this has no effect on yoru overall health and fat that goes around organs. Best, Dr. Emer.
Fat Increase after CoolSculpting
There is no evidence that suggests you will accumulate excess fat around your organs after CoolSculpting. CoolSculpting is targeted towards our fat that lies right beneath the dermal layer of our skin. Diet and exercise definitely effect the visceral fat that surrounds our organs and heart.