By Emily Mitchelle - October 10, 2020
Physical Exercises That Are Required To Be Done After Liposuction
Liposuction is an excellent alternative to improve the figure and allows patients to get rid of unwanted fat deposits that are resistant to disappear with diet and exercise.
Liposuction is not a weight-loss method, and the recommendation of every cosmetic surgeon should be that patients invest time in adopting a routine of exercise and healthy eating to achieve their ideal weight before undergoing a surgical procedure.
It is extremely important to follow a healthy diet and exercise routine; in this way, we ensure that the area or areas treated during liposuction do not accumulate fat deposits again. The fat that is extracted does not regenerate again.
Specifically, patients who do not continue exercising after surgery of these characteristics will experience an increase in their weight and will see an increase in fat tissue in a homogeneous way.
Recovering from fat removal surgery allows patients to resume light physical activity within a few days after the procedure. The light activity includes housework and leisurely walks.
It is very important to return to physical activity after two days because it helps prevent blood clots after surgery.
In addition, these are some recommendations so that you can resume your routine as soon as possible:
Aerobic exercise: After the surgery, you should start with walks and, according to the instructions of your doctor and the limitations of your body, return to your usual routine gradually and completely after a month after the surgery. At this point, you can resume exercises such as running, cycling, and aerobic activities such as spinning and aerobics.
Resistance exercise: Like aerobic exercise, your weight or resistance routine should be resumed gradually, according to the tolerance of your body and allowing recovery of at least one month after your surgery. You should pay special attention to how your body reacts after exercise, and, in case of pain, discomfort, or other problem, you should seek the attention or advice of your surgeon.…