Cellulite is one of those topics that get otherwise confident women to cringe.
Introduce cellulite to a social conversion and watch the tension skyrocket. Even the substitute names for the phenomenon are awe-inspiring.
Mattress phenomenon, hail damage, cottage cheese and orange peel syndrome are the most common slang substitutes for the skin disorder. Gynoid lipodystrophy is the scientific name for the phenomenon.
The mattress phenomenon is the bane of most women’s lives. It affects a whopping 80% of post pubescent women. Men are also affected; however, the occurrence in men is really negligible.
Hail damage is often brought about by a complex combination of different factors; at the head of which are hormones.
The hormone estrogen stands out as the most prominent causal factor. The pregnancy hormone hCG (human Chorionic Gonadotropin) plays an important role in facilitating the development of dimples and saddlebags on your thighs and hips.
Protracted clinical studies have further revealed the influence of other hormones such as insulin, thyroid hormones, catecholamines adrenaline and prolactin.
Even though no clinical evidence confirms it, genetics are thought to play a critical role in bringing about hail damage.
Some dermatologists point to metabolism, physiology and the alterations in connective tissue as causes of the mattress phenomenon.
Men and women have different skin architecture. The architecture of the connective tissues in men crisscrosses like thick bush. The architecture of the connective tissues in women runs vertically like white picket fences.
The vertical skin architecture leaves huge spaces open, thus permitting pockets of fat to protrude from their normal anatomical position.
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The cottage cheese texture on your thighs, hips and buns are formed by pockets of fat that escape the restraining structure of your collagen fibers.
The fact that fat pockets form the dimples and saddlebags on your skin has given many people the impression that simply losing weight can eliminate cottage cheese.
This impression is false and misleading. Obesity does not cause the orange peel syndrome per say. Even skinny women have it.
The type of fat your body accumulates is everything. There are good fats and bad fats. Yes, there is such a thing as good fats. As a matter of fact, everybody needs some fat in order to function properly.
For women between the ages of 20 to 40, a body fat percentage ranging from 25 to 31% is healthy and normal. For this age group, any body fat percentage above 31% becomes unhealthy.
You can still develop the mattress phenomenon even with body fats within the normal healthy range, if the fats in your body are bad fats.
Saturated fats are bad fats. Basically, fats that are solid at room temperature are saturated fats. Prominent sources of saturated fats include fatty meat, cheese and whole milk.
Saturated fats increase your LDL (low density lipoprotein) levels. LDLs are the bad cholesterol that clog your arteries and increase the likelihood of you getting a heart attack.
Saturated fats are also more susceptible to get stored away on the skin as solid chunks. These are the chunks that form the saddlebags and lumps which give your thighs and buns that unsightly appearance.
Polyunsaturated fats are good fats. They actually help regulate your body temperature and keep your heart beating at a normal rate. Good sources of unsaturated fats include fish, omega-3 fatty acids and avocados.
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