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Can Loose Skin Go Back to Normal?

 

First celebrate your weight loss victory! Then learn more about the factors that affect skin elasticity and what you can doe to tighten your loose skin.

When you lose a large amount quickly, you're more likely to have loose skin, since there's not enough time for the skin to gradually contract.

 

If you had bariatric surgery you often see loose skin, especially when we're talking number of 100 pounds or more. Other factor that can contribute to your loose skin after weight loss include genetics, your age ( the older you are the higher the risk of loose skin since age naturally affect skin elasticity, the history of sun exposure is important because the sun damages the collagen in the skin also smoking triggers the breakdown of collagen.

Once you already have excess skin, there isn’t really one magic supplement you can take to change the appearance,” says Andrew, but there are a few small things you can do that might help.

 

Weight lifting has several benefits including helping build total - body functional strength.

When you building up lean muscles the skin look more taut around the muscle.

 

 

" Make weight lifting a part of your weight loss journey losing 1-2 pounds a week combined with resistance training gives your skin the time to adapt."

 

It's recommended to consul with a personal trainer  or a other expert who can help you create a plan that fits your individual body and goals.

 

Additional Benefits of weight training

  • Keeps the bones strong and healthy. After the age of 30 you start to lose bone density at a small percentage each year. Woman make up 80% of osteoporosis cases as they lose bone mass. Weight lifting Creates force on the bone and helps it stay strong. Your body cares about survival it has to adapt to survive so it "ll get stronger and  bones will get stronger under these forces.

  • It's boosts metabolism and fat loss. When you have more muscle you will burn more calories and change your metabolism. Because it's an active tissue and burns more energy at rest compared to fat. Its improve posture mood.

" Muscle weighs more than fat, a pound of feathers is the same as a pound of bricks bus one's less dense taking up less room."

 

  • It's  improve posture mood, sleep and energy levels. weight training has proven to improve the quality of your sleep. Beside the Aesthetic, Strength and Psychological benefits it affects how clear we thing and feel.

 

Staying hydrated is one of the biggest contributors to skin elasticity infact it's so important that The American College of Sports Medicine Reported that individuals who stay hydrated during weight loss journey are less likely to have severe sagging skin.

 

Drinking enough water during the day helps your weight loss, lift up your energy and cleans your organs.

 

 

" start your day with a glass of water each morning even before brushing your teeth and  take a glass of water before going to bed"

What food you chose will not only help you lose weight, but also helps the skin to spring in form when you eat food that contains lots of vitamins such as A, E and C  it hard to get all of your vitamins in a regular diet so you can help you skin by taking in some supplements such as fish oil, and other vitamins. 

 

Foods that helps the skin:

  • Carrots, apricots, and other yellow and orange fruits and vegetables.

  • Spinach and other green leafy vegetables.

  • Tomatoes.

  • Berries.

  • Beans, peas and lentils.

  • Salmon, mackerel and other fatty fish.

  • Nuts.

 

 

It's important to note that for people who are in a lot of pain, there are more invasive options like surgery (either based on aesthetics or physical issues, like rash or infection).

If you find yourself in this situation, We recommends speaking with a doctor or plastic surgeon about permanently removing loose skin. “At the end of the day, this is your body.” “Ultimately, this type of decision is yours to make if you have lost a lot of weight and are concerned about aesthetics.”