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Dec
2015

When Can you Work-Out After Arm Lift Surgery?

Arm lift surgery, also known medically as brachioplasty, is a procedure that aims to address the appearance of unwanted adipose tissue in the upper arms. It is an area notoriously stubborn to change, even when subjected to proper diet and exercise, and so it is a surgery that has been gaining in popularity. Whether because of excess skin after significant weight loss or genetic predisposition, patients concerned with the appearance of their arms and unable to affect the change they want using traditional methods may want to consider arm lift surgery. It is very important, however, that post-surgery precautions are taken and exercise restrictions be followed. The following is advice on working out post-surgery. For at least 2 weeks immediately following the surgery you will want to avoid any activities which require exerting 5 or more pounds of force, or even elevating your heart rate with exercise that is not…


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Nov
2015

7 Benefits Of An Arm Lift

Many people tend to have excess skin and fat around their arms, which gives them a droopy, flabby look. This look often makes them self conscious, particularly when engaging in regular daily activities such as waiving to a friend, writing on or pointing to a blackboard, or simply interacting with children. Flabby arms can happen for various reasons. The most common ones are sudden weight loss, childbirth, and ageing. Regardless of the cause, loose, sagging skin can make people very self conscious and lose confidence in themselves. If you are willing to accept yourself and carry on as you always have, that is commendable. But if you are looking to do something about it, then an arm lift could be the solution. Arm Lift vs. Liposuction People mistakenly believe that liposuction will help make the skin firmer. In fact, liposuction does the exact opposite: it relaxes the skin and makes…


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Oct
2015

Exercising Tips After Arm Lift and Thigh Lift

When you undergo an arm lift or a thigh lift, you need to take care that you do not do any excessive exercise post-surgery that will compromise the healing process. It is important to follow the advice of your surgeon and ensure that you do not injure yourself. The problem is that if you wait too long to exercise, you may damage your wounds and slow down the healing process. If you wait too long, your muscles may become weaker from the lack of use. You must listen to your body and talk to your surgeon about when is the most appropriate time to start exercising. After an Arm Surgery: Don’t carry excessive weight; Don’t do sports that include carrying a heavy object (bowling) Don’t do sports that require significant arm movements (tennis) Do gentle arm movements and exercise such as walking because walking will increase your cardiovascular health and…


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Jul
2015

Are You a Good Candidate for Arm Lift Surgery?

Experts have noticed a large upswing in the number of patients undergoing arm lifts in recent years. This is likely due to a return of sleeveless fashions and the example of public figures like Michelle Obama, Jessica Biel, and Sarah Jessica Parker, this tremendous rise in popularity owes much of its existence to an improvement in technique and technology. The Basics An arm lift is a cosmetic surgical procedure that is used to reshape the upper arm. It tightens loose skin, removes excess fat, and removes excess skin left behind by weight loss. Sometimes combined with liposuction, it is the only way to improve the tone and firmness of the upper arm area. Flabby or saggy skin on the upper arm can have a big impact on how we feel about our bodies and many women and men begin to worry about the look of their ‘bingo wings’ as they grow…


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