Fat thighs are a problem that affect many people, with both men and women being self-conscious due to excess fatty tissue. This fat can be caused or worsened by a variety of factors, and is regarded as an area of stubborn fat, that can be difficult to lose.
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Factors to consider
Caloric intake – when you eat more calories than you burn, your body stores the excess in fat cells. Over time, these fat cells swell up, creating the fatty deposits in the thighs.
Fatty foods – fatty foods contain more calories than healthier options, so eating fatty foods often can lead to weight gain, affecting areas like the thighs.
Refined carbs – refined carbs include white bread, white rice, and other processed foods that have been changed to make them more appealing. These can spur overeating, as they make you crave more carbs.
Gender – women are more likely to suffer from thigh fat due to hormones that signal for fat to be stored around the bum and thighs (inner thigh and outer thigh)
Dehydration – when you don’t drink enough water, your body becomes dehydrated and retains water to conserve supplies, making your thighs, and other parts of your body, appear fat.
Treatments available for Fat Thighs
Laser Lipo, cryolipolysis and radio-frequency are very advanced treatments that stimulate skin tightening and provide effective, non-invasive, fat reduction.
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Laser lipo is a non-invasive alternative to conventional liposuction to tighten skin, and reduce fat.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes indeed they can. First a consultation is required to ascertain if you are suitable for non surgical fat removal treatment.
This is dependant upon consulttaion, we will however reserve the right to refuse treatment for those that are preganant of breast feeding.
Non surgical fat removal treatments are performed at PHI Clinic by our highly qualified nurses and therapists
Patients may experience some swelling or bruising after non surgical fat reduction treatments.
Before and after Fat Thighs treatment
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