Causes Of Cellulite And How Do Dimples Develop

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Medical professionals have for long debated the exact causes of cellulite. In the past it’s being widely considered to be a fat disorder. It’s only since a few years that medical researches have proven it to be a condition on the circulatory system that causes deformation of connective tissues. Seems complicated? Don’t worry, we’ll make it simple for you…

People have for long assumed that the dimples on their thighs were causes by obesity. But then why was it found on even skinny women? Recent statistics have put the number close to 95% of women. So what are the real causes of cellulite? Well everybody wasn’t completely wrong- fat does have a major role to play. The primary cause is now known to be the weakening of blood vessels, which prevents specific tissues to gain nutrition. Minus nutrition for elongated periods of time is what causes the dimples of your thighs.

Causes Of Cellulite

There are now known to be many causes of cellulite dimples to appear on you skin. Some of the more prominent ones include:

Damaged Circulation

Recent research emerging in the majority from Europe, confirms that your condition is the direct result of damaged circulation and drainage of the tissues under the surface of the skin.

There are many ways through which the delicate microcirculation and lymph drainage vessels present under the skin can be damaged. Examples including, sitting for long periods, wearing tights, over exertion while training, etc.

Free Radicals

Free radicals are highly reactive chemicals that are found in the environment, and even in our bodies. These free radicals reach with almost everything that they come in contact with, and generally prove to be harmful. They are also a major causes of cellulite in the body. They are known to also cause some of the worst diseases associated with aging, including cancer, heart disease and Alzheimer’s.

Some of the sources of excess free radical within our body include:

  • High intensity exercise
  • Poor sleep quality
  • Emotional and physical stress
  • Bacterial and viral infections
  • Poorly digested foods
  • Overeating
  • Allergic reactions (e.g. immune reaction to pollen, dander, house dust)
  • Estrogen and other hormone imbalances
  • Unhealthy excretion

Estrogen Imbalance

The female hormone Estrogen is responsible for the softening of the fibrous tissues of the womb. Without the presence of Estrogen, childbirth would be virtually impossible.  However, this hormone does more than assist in the birthing. Excess amounts of Estrogen is a known causes for the weakening of the connective tissue that allow cellulite to appear in the first place.

Keep visiting as we continue examining more causes of cellulite.

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