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Cellulite is a mainly a  condition that women have to suffer with. It is caused by fat storage underneath the skin and unfortunately shows up in the most inconvenient places, the most common being on our hips, thighs and the bottoms. The appearance of cellulite shows a dysfunction in the exchange of substances in our bodies. In order to remove cellulite, you need time and patience, and it may involve changes to your entire body and general lifestyle.
In order to say goodbye to cellulite you need to improve the blood flow in your adipose tissue, as this helps to enable the exchange of substances, to eliminate waste, to accelerate the elimination of fat cells and to strengthen your muscles. Cellulite is not just a cosmetic problem; it is a warning to you that you need to improve your lifestyle. This includes maintaining a balanced diet and doing more exercise.
Hormonal factors are a huge factor that contribute to cellulite. Estrogens (Hormones produced by the ovaries) act on blood vessels in our internal tissues. As a result of the breakdown of blood flow in small vessels, it disrupts the oxygen supply to fat tissue. This causes death and dying cells to form, and also hard clusters of fat. This then results in a dimpled and uneven appearance of the skin appearing.

How cellulites affect your health
There are 2 types of cellulites:
1.      Common, visual cellulites mainly caused by deposition of internal fats.
2.      Medical, infectious cellulites. This can be caused by various bacteria’s, of which the most common are streptococci. They spread quickly under the skin, because they produce enzymes that limit the infection to a specific tissue section.
Early symptoms of infectious cellulites are redness and pain which show themselves on the surface of the skin. These symptoms are caused both by bacteria responsible for infection, and the reaction of the body trying to fight it. The infected skin becomes hot, slightly swollen and appears like an orange peel. Fluid blisters are also prone to sometimes appear on the affected skin area. The majority of these types of cellulite sufferers have fever, chills, tachycardia, headache, hypotension and mental confusion. As the infection spreads, lymph nodes increase (lymphadenitis). If cellulites affect the same area many times, it can lead to the damage of lymphatic vessels, causing permanent swelling of the affected tissues.
Infectious cellulites require rapid treatment with antibiotics, and you should always seek medical advise from your doctor. To relieve pain you can turn to painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs. During treatment it is necessary to treat the affected limb. Do not stop before the period specified by your doctor. If you stop the treatment early this can lead to the recurrence of the infection. The prescription medication needs a specialist.

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