Is liposuction really effective in making you skinny? Will the effects last forever? Will I gain weight again after the procedure?
There is a common belief among many people that liposuction causes weight gain after eating. Many people have also questioned whether liposuction can truly help with weight loss. In this article, I will address the question of whether it is possible to gain weight again after liposuction and if the procedure can help with long-term weight loss.
Can liposuction make you fat again?
Normally, the body stores fat for use when it is needed, storing it in various areas of the body such as the thighs, hips, or abdomen.
To lose fat, we must expend more energy than we consume through diet and exercise. If we only eat food without participating in activities that use energy, we will gain weight and fat. If we maintain the same weight for 6 months to 1 year without controlling our diet and exercise, it indicates that the energy we consume and the activities we do are balanced.
The fat we have will remain the same, not decreasing or increasing. If we undergo liposuction and continue eating and exercising the same way, the fat will not increase again, allowing the results of liposuction to last forever.
However, if we have liposuction and then eat more and exercise less, more energy is consumed. The body must have a place to store this excess energy, leading to fat accumulation in the previously suctioned areas or other areas of the body that previously had less fat. It may also lead to fat accumulation in the abdomen. Therefore, those who have had liposuction are encouraged to control their diet and get more exercise to reduce fat and make their muscles more visible.
In conclusion, when considering liposuction, it is important to have self-discipline in order to maintain the results for a long time.